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Retired Panthers LB Luke Kuechly Considering a Job as a Scout with the Team

Luke Kuechly’s time with the Carolina Panthers may not be over, Alaina Getzenberg of the Charlotte Observer reports.

The team announced that the former linebacker is “considering” a role in the team’s front office as a pro scout.

Kuechly, who announced his retirement in January, officially went on the league’s reserved/retired list Tuesday, which allows the team to spread out his cap hit over the next two years.

Known for his dedication to film study, joining the team as a pro scout would make sense for Kuechly. Since announcing his retirement, Panthers head coach Matt Rhule said previously that he hoped Kuechly would join the team as a coach or scout and that Kuechly spent time watching film with the new coaching staff.


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One Response to “Retired Panthers LB Luke Kuechly Considering a Job as a Scout with the Team”

  1. Ted says:

    Luke since day one of taking the field as a Panther was like having a coach in uniform. He studys and reads offenses like no one in a in a long while. Being a
    scout sounds good, but being a linebackers coach would be awesome. Bless you
    Luke and Keep Pounding!!!!!!

    Ted Wilbanks

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