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Report- KK Short has been cut


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7 minutes ago, 4Corners said:

Kawaan is the only person in panthers history with the ability to keep an eye on the quarterback and an eye on the wide receiver at the same time. 

Just because you say what everyone is thinking-that does not make it right.

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2 minutes ago, TheProcess said:

Coming into this season he was a projected 1st round pick. I know he had an injury early, and it seems some questioned his effort when he came back. 

That must have been it.  I cannot recall what I read, but a DT with a "low motor" is enough for me to scratch him off the list.

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45 minutes ago, CarolinaBri021 said:

Yeah I'm seeing 8.6M and 14.5M saved but if I'm not mistaken the 14.5M is as a post-june cut. Has anyone seen if its been declared a post-june cut or did we just release him flat out today? If so, then can anyone make ANY sense as to why the hell we would do that and miss out on an extra $5-6$!?!

I’m wondering this as well...

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1 hour ago, therealmjl said:

strong at what? sitting on his couch collecting checks

Not necessarily fair, I'm sure he didn't want to get hurt. We can't discredit what he did for us and being arguably the 2nd best DT in panther history. Just is on the wrong side of 30 unfortunately. 

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2 hours ago, CanePantherHornet said:

2nd best DT in our history. Good luck to him in whatever is next.  

I’d say 3rd, behind Jenkins and Star. Agreed  on well wishes though. He got too much hate for being injured. Seemed like a good dude and good teammate. Hope he doesn’t have to settle for Washington. 

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