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Kentwan Balmer

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Originally Posted by CardiacCats

he won't do anything just like our other dt's, he shouldn't even be on an nfl roster. luckily the panthers 2011 defensive line might be the worst in nfl history ]

Can not be any worse than last year. I think DE will be better than last year provided CJ continues to do well and Hardy can continue to improve on his fairly impressive rookie season. CJ and Hardy have the potential to be the best starting DE's we have had in a while. To me, CJ is Rucker-like with a higher ceiling and Hardy is Peppers-like with a lower ceiling. Everrette Brown and Norwood are not the stud 3rd DE like Al Wallace was in the past. Hopefully Norwood will continue to grow as a pass rusher. Unfortunately, I don't think Brown will ever be a consistent player.

I think McClain and Fua will get better but it will take time. Most DT's outside of Suh aren't superstars their rookie seasons. Hopefully we get some veteran leadership and production there. Losing Ron Edwards sucks. I wouldn't be surprised if we didn't draft CB 1st and DT 2nd next year.

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Derek Landri seemed better than what we have now, but they let him go. He wasn't great, but was serviceable.

I never did understand why they cut him and kept less capible players.

I hope Rivea can turn poop into choclate ice cream with this lates project at DT.

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No better than what we already have.

damn, i hope ron rivera has your insight

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Per twitter.

@carolinagrowl Breaking News: The Panthers have released DT Kentwan Balmer without even having him play a game. Interesting.

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@carolinagrowl Steve Reed

Breaking News: The Panthers have released DT Kentwan Balmer without even having him play a game. Interesting.

guess he was garbage

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