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The first real press conference with david tepper and it's worth noting this is the first press conference that he's overseen has new panthers owner so we'll see how that all shakes out we'll have live coverage for you starting at eleven am this morning on newstalk eleven ten wbz i'll be anchoring that we'll have many of our panthers insiders as we get set to see what the next era holds for panthers fans and this carolina panthers franchise which dates back of course to nineteen ninety five and then all the way back to nineteen ninetythree october twenty sixth was the day that jerry richardson and got the news that the carolinas in charlotte in particular would be the home of the nfl franchise that year along with fellow expansion team the jacksonville jaguars the third major story we're following this morning and it's a great story is out of thailand the the ordeal has been terrible but the outcome is great news as all of the people who are trapped both the players and now the coach has been rescued more from abc ambulance arriving at the hospital in chiang rai thailand carrying the final members of the soccer team have been trapped in a flooded cave for more than two weeks the announcement from navy seals in thailand at the last three boys and they're coaching but rescued came less than an hour ago ever in the history of medicine have people in this country in the round the world been so happy to see boys brought out in ambulances but that's the way it is here you can see the enormous relief among these troops and the soldiers fact is from the navy seals pay report they are out of the cave abc's met men they'll be joining the rest of their teammates who have been rescued over the past few days doctors say at least a few of them are being treated for lung infections now as for the boys they have a long recovery ahead of them and is one parent tells the times of london they're going to spend some time in a monastery describing it as a way to give thanks to buddha for looking out for them over the last two weeks daria albinger abc news coming up.