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Everette Brown writes a letter to Marty Hurney

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I always thought they maybe pulled the plug on Brown a little too soon, but what has he done since his release?

He should of elaborated on the Panthers' problems he spoke of.

EDIT: is that a subtle jab at Cam with the last sentence???

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During my time with the organization I believed that I had developed completely as a person and as a player but then I was cut before the 2011 season. As a result of being released, instead of giving up and allowing all of the negative media to affect me as a player, I became a better person and player than I could have ever imagined.

Uhhh, you did? I could have sworn that you only played 4 games for the Chargers, and were cut after the preseason against the Lions and aren't in the league now.

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Uhhh, you did? I could have sworn that you only played 4 games for the Chargers, and were cut after the preseason against the Lions and aren't in the league now.

Sounds better than his time in Carolina....

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Being from eastern NC, the Panthers organization knew exactly what they were getting with me and exactly what they would get out of me… Everything and nothing less!

First of all, I don't think there's a link between being from Eastern NC and the Panthers knowing anything at all about EB.

Second, if the Panthers got "everything and nothing less" from EB...man, he really didn't have a lot to give.

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doubt it was really EB that wrote that

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We got everything from him except sacks, LOL

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Man, that article definitely has a lot of "spin" in it.

Get it?

... Get it?

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doubt it was really EB that wrote that

It is, he posted it on his verified Twitter account

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