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Panthers Cut Delhomme

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After a horrendous performance in the 2008 divisional playoffs followed by an even more horrendous performance in the 2009 season, plenty of media types were proclaiming (we won't name names -- not because we've decided not to be prickish but because we can't recall who they were, specifically) that quarterback Jake Delhomme definitely would be back.

We didn't buy it.

And we're glad we didn't.

Jay Glazer of FOX reports that the Panthers have cut Delhomme.

His tenure in Carolina ends with a whimper, via a career-low passer rating of 59.4.

He'll possibly land elsewhere as a backup, maybe with the Saints, who play in his home state.

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2010/03/04/panthers-bid-farewell-to-delhomme/
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OMG I saw it on PFT and within the time I clicked over to the huddle there was already 5 threads started. I hope this shuts up all the fans whinning over Lewis.

By the way, I predicted both cuts. Not trying to brag but just saying...LOL

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SWEET BABY JESUS HELL YES!!!!

Somewhere P55 is crying.

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lol we're probably re-signing him to vet minimum

i hope i'm wrong tho

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fug yes fug you fug yes you fine young male yes yes yes

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JBRO WINS.....lol weren't we just talking about this today? :D

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might as well lock this forum for a few weeks Zod, this poo is going to cause your server to crash

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