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Panthers turn page to 2016 after deflating Super Bowl loss

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Dave Gettleman has been on both ends of the spectrum when it comes to Super Bowl — winning two with the New York Giants as a front office assistant and losing on Sunday as general manager of the Carolina Panthers.

"This side stinks," Gettleman said Tuesday.

But Gettleman said the Panthers are in good position moving forward, citing the vast majority of the team's core players being under contract and the fact the team is "not in horrible shape" under next season's NFL salary cap.

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