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Armanti Edwards Signs (4yr, 2.5 mil)

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Panthers agreed to terms with third-round WR/KR Armanti Edwards on a four-year, $2.5 million contract.

The Panthers overpaid to trade up for Edwards, sending a 2011 second-rounder to the Patriots. Early reports on Edwards' transition from quarterback to receiver have been encouraging, however. He could open the season as the Panthers' slot receiver and primary kick returner. Possessing dangerous playmaking ability, he's a sleeper to stash in Dynasty leagues.

Source: Charlotte Observer

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He is a shoo-in for my Dynasty League too... :lol:

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PantherBob will be so pleased...

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PantherBob will be so pleased...

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PantherBob will be so pleased...

He should be home from summer school for retards right around now....

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PantherBob will be so pleased...

fug him

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