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Panthers cut Brayton

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Breaking: Panthers cut DE Tyler Brayton.

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Holy God you guys are fast. Are you F5'ing Twitter every second?

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Must have signed Cullen Jenkins, fingers crossed. Or we are getting ready to go after someone big...

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He was expendable. He'll quickly find a home somewhere else.

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Probably going after a CB.

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Show some love for the man who called it first and got berated by all of you morons.

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could mean another decent-sized contract is about to go on the books.

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Makes sense... I know he was versatile but 0 sacks is hard to get around.

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