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When asked if he still hopes players could be at his facility this weekend, Hurney only shook his head.
“I don’t know,” he said. “I really don’t know.”
“I guess it’s a little easier for me than everybody else just from the fact everybody else is pretty used to a pretty unified offseason where everything is on a timeline,” Elway said.
“For me, being in my first year and not knowing exactly what that is … I guess I’m not as impatient as everybody else.”
When asked if he is prepared for the hectic pace which would follow the players’ approval of the labor agreement, Elway said “We’re as ready as we can be.
“We’ve been getting ready for seven months, so as soon as they shoot the gun off, we’ll be ready.”
Hurney said his emphasis will be retaining the Panthers’ free agents, which include defensive end Charles Johnson and running back DeAngelo Williams.
“I think we’ve said that all along,” Hurney said. “That’s been our philosophy and will continue to be our philosophy.”
The four-month-old lockout wiped out normal offseason work, including mini-camps, which give rookies and newly signed free agents a chance to learn playbooks and schemes.
Already, one game has been lost. The league called off the Hall of Fame exhibition opener, set for Aug. 7 between Chicago and St. Louis.
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