Owner Jerry Richardson will sell Carolina Panthers, team says

Owner Jerry Richardson will sell Carolina Panthers, team says

Javier Howell
December 19, 2017

Taking to Twitter, where he is a must-follow for his amusing but often insightful takes, Thomas launched his business plan to buy the Panthers.

Sports Illustrated reported Sunday that at least four former Carolina Panthers employees have received "significant" monetary settlements as a result of inappropriate workplace comments and conduct by Richardson.

Sean "Diddy" Combs, aka Puff Daddy, aka Puffy, has announced his desire to purchase the Carolina Panthers football team. and he has some big name help.

"These have been some of the most hard days of my 19 years with the Panthers, but I am lifted up by the strong resolve and the commitment our employees have shown to this organization", she said in a statement on the team's website.

Prior to joining the owner's office, Becker was the team's director of entertainment from 2012-14.

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It's been a hectic 72 hours for the Panthers and that all started on Friday when the team announced that Richardson was being investigated for alleged workplace misconduct. Let's look at these gentlemens' net worth and consider the economics of whether they could mount a successful purchase of an National Football League team.

Diddy's message was retweeted by Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry, who said he wanted in. Look out Cam Newton. Kaepernick has a $22 million net worth (and is unemployed at the moment) while Steph Curry has an estimated $47.3 million net worth, respectively.

"These have been some of the most hard days of my 19 years with the Panthers, but I am lifted up by the strong resolve and the commitment our employees have shown to this organization", Becker said in a story posted on Panthers.com.

He also said that he "will immediately address the Colin Kaepernick situation and put him in the running for next year's starting quarterback".

"I know the allegations are serious". When he sells the team after the season, he is expected to get in range of $2.5 billion.