Sean 'Diddy' Combs wants to buy Carolina Panthers and sign Kaepernick

Sean 'Diddy' Combs wants to buy Carolina Panthers and sign Kaepernick

Hours later, Richardson announced he would sell the team.

The current Carolina Panthers owner, who has already put his National Football League franchise up for sale, is alleged to have said and done some bad things.

"I believe that it is time to turn the franchise over to new ownership".

He added that the sale of the Panthers, who joined the National Football League in 1995, would not begin until the last game of the season had been played. I hope everyone in this organization will be firmly focused on just one mission: "To play and win the Super Bowl".

"There has been no greater mission or goal in my life than to bring an National Football League franchise to Charlotte", Richardson said in his statement.

Diddy, 48, also posted a series of tweets confirming his interest in becoming the first majority African American NFL owner.

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"You look back and it's wackadoo", a former employee said. Other women said he gave them back massages that strayed too low, or performed the "seatbelt maneuver", insisting on buckling them into the passenger seat of his auto as an excuse to brush against their breasts.

The Panthers have one of the most exciting quarterbacks in the NFL.

The Panthers had announced Friday they were conducting the investigation.

"I really have no comment on it other than to say there's an investigation that's going to go on", Rivera explained.

Richardson, if he keeps the team and is found guilty of workplace misconduct, could be subject to discipline under the NFL's personal conduct policy, which applies to all personnel within the league.

Richardson had previously said that the team would be sold when he died. He could also conclude that the Panthers as a franchise warrant discipline in the form of a fine or forfeited draft picks. "ATTN all @NFL owners, it's time for diversity!" Owners would discuss those charges and their accompanying evidence in a trial-like hearing.

Two-time NBA MVP Curry, who is from North Carolina and a huge Panthers fan, responded: "I want in!".

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