Colin Kaepernick, Steph Curry Want To Buy Carolina Panthers With Diddy

Colin Kaepernick, Steph Curry Want To Buy Carolina Panthers With Diddy

Colin Kaepernick, Steph Curry Want To Buy Carolina Panthers With Diddy

After this news made waves Saturday and Sunday it was announced that Richardson will be putting the team up for sale following this season.

Medina-Tayac also called the online hoax "a culture jam" tactic and said the group effectively changed the team's name on Wednesday with the websites.

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

The NFL said through a spokesman that it will conduct the investigation and expects to retain outside counsel, but declined further comment.

On Sunday, the hip-hop mogul tweeted that he wanted to "make history" by buying the team, adding that "there are no majority African American NFL owners".

The Sports Illustrated profile detailed Richardson would allegedly make comments about women's bodies, touch them inappropriately and pay for cosmetic procedures when he deemed them necessary.

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Yet just two days after the Carolina Panthers said they would investigate their owner, who was accused of what the team called "workplace misconduct", an National Football League franchise will be put on the open market by its longtime owner, Jerry Richardson. "We have work to do to achieve this goal, but we are going to meet it".

On Instagram, he said he'd let Kaepernick compete with the Panthers' QB Cam Newton for starting position.

Curry grew up in Charlotte and loves the Panthers, so this would be a big deal for him. "And by the way, that's somebody else's heart - he's had a heart transplant". Team President Danny Morrison resigned earlier this year and has not been replaced, and Jerry Richardson fired Dave Gettleman as the Panthers' general manager just before training camp and replaced him with former GM Marty Hurney.

Now that he's been named the world's highest-paid celebrity by Forbes, Diddy has a new title he's chasing after: National Football League owner.

"Did you step into those jeans or did you have to jump into them?"

The Panthers said on Friday that the team would investigate Richardson's alleged workplace misconduct.

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