Panthers announce Marty Hurney will not continue as general manager

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  • December 21, 2020
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Carolina Panthers Owner David Tepper has informed Marty Hurney that he will not continue as general manager, the team announced today.

“I notified Marty that we would not be extending his contract beyond the 2020 season,” Tepper said. “This was a difficult decision. Marty has been a valuable member of our franchise and there is no way to convey my level of respect for him. We sincerely appreciate his hard work over 19 seasons and wish him well moving forward.”

Hurney has served as the Panthers general manager over two stints with the team (2002-12, 2017-20). Under Hurney, the Panthers made four playoff appearances, won two division titles and played in two NFC Championships, resulting in a trip to Super Bowl XXXVIII.

Near the end of his first stint as GM, Hurney drafted quarterback Cam Newton in 2011 and linebacker Luke Kuechly in

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