With the 2012 NFL off season in full swing, one of the leagues most dangerous offensive threats, Wide-Receiver Steve Smith of the Carolina Panthers, is not going anywhere. After a while of deciding what was best for his family, his career, and himself, Steve Smith will remain with the Panthers. Smith signed a three-year extension this morning on April 10th. Details are very sketchy about the dollar amount, but team officials said that the details of the contract will emerge either at the end today, or on Wednesday April 11th. In 2011-2012, the Carolina Panthers were in full rebuilding mode, finishing with a 6-10 record, earning them 3rd place in the NFC South Division. They will continue be in rebuilding mode during the 2012-2013 NFL season since the team is filled with young talents at all positions, especially with phenomenon second-year quarterback Cam Newton only in his sophomore season.
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