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Carolina Panthers Roster cuts

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Mare is gone! Medlock won! Fug yeah!

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Clausen should tweet just to say that he has not been cut. Would lolz

He probably won't because he's scared that he's going to get cut for real.

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Jimmy Clausen, Armanti Edwards and Eric Norwood. Hell of a draft that was...

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If Clausen is cut, the huddle servers could shut down lol

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I have no problem with the EB and AE trades. Hurney was trying to make something happen. He took a swing and missed. Can't knock him for being aggressive and taking a shot. I'd be more upset with him if he was passive just sat there as the team fall apart.

On the other side, however, he does need to step up, admit his mistakes and cut the bad players. He hangs on to them too long...eg AE and Teh Jimmehz.

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The Panthers have invested so far in Hogan and Gettis by being patient and they drafted Hogan with the medical knowledge...they are Armanti-Like invested. It is why the IR is there... Id rather get them 100% than get a Beason-like rush back for week one when it was clear he was not ready a couple days prior to last season.

-which leaves me worried about Beason...little reps for him in three pre seasons. Didnt Beaston have a hamstring injury in 2009 too when he moved to lolb to accomodate THE DAN Conner?!

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Mare is gone!! Praise Jesus!!

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I have no problem with the EB and AE trades. Hurney was trying to make something happen. He took a swing and missed. Can't knock him for being aggressive and taking a shot. I'd be more upset with him if he was passive just sat there as the team fall apart.

On the other side, however, he does need to step up, admit his mistakes and cut the bad players. He hangs on to them too long...eg AE and Teh Jimmehz.

The agressive nature to get Frank Alexander is still suspect to me. 3rd rounders are still very good picks to hope a 4th rounder will pan out. He seems to have the tools but my own ignorance of Okla last season has me guessing since I never watched him. Big 12 player of the year lets go!

I hope he turns out well...I hate when the dramatic trade chime hits on draft coverage and the name comes over and your like:..ok... AE was a huge WTF!?! Lol

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I don't know if this has been posted anywhere yet per catscratch, we've waived:

  • RB Lyndon Rowells
  • TE Greg Smith
  • RB Josh Vaughan
  • G Roger Allen
  • WR Michael Avila
  • WR Brenton Bersin
  • G Will Blackwell

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I'm interested to see if we keep Poole or Armond Smith. I think Poole is the better back but Armond Smith had a good showing last night. But take that with a grain of salt.

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Jimmy Clausen, Armanti Edwards and Eric Norwood. Hell of a draft that was...

2010 is looking putrid but at least we got Lafell out of it.

If Sherrod Martin and Munnerlyn are gone after this season, the 2009 draft will be worse:

2a (43) DE Everette Brown (gave up 2010 1st rounder) 2b (59) CB Sherrod Martin 3 (93) DT Corvey Irvin 4a (111) RB Mike Goodson 4b (128) FB Tony Fiammetta 5 163) G Duke Robinson 6 (202) Choice to Oakland 7 (216) CB Captain Munnerlyn 7 (237) Choice to Miami

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I really don't see the need in having 4 RBs provided Stewart and Tolbert are alright.

Keep Williams/Stewart/Tolbert and sign whichever RB weve had who makes it through waivers to the PS.

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