Three signings and six cuts. All in one day. Not a big deal, really, especially considering that later in the pre-season there will be significantly more cuts made; harder decisions as to who gets the ax, and the more aggravated I’ll become when I see some of the players who I was hoping to see on the field, not even get a sniff.
So that was the biggest news out of Charlotte for the Carolina Panthers yesterday.
On Tuesday, the Panthers signed sixth-round wide receiver David Gettis, and seventh-round cornerback R.J. Stanford.
On Wednesday, Carolina signed three more draft picks, leaving half of 2010’s draft class still unsigned.
Included in Wednesday’s signing were Jordan Pugh, the safety out of Texas A&M; Greg Hardy, defensive end from Mississippi; Robert McClain, cornerback out of Connecticut.
Of course the day’s events wouldn’t be complete without a taste of dismal news. Who were the (un)lucky six to receive their notice of discharge?
Not making the cut were tight end Andrew George, kickers Blake Haudan and Aaron Pettrey, defensive back Matt O’Hanlon, tackle Mark Ortmann, and running back Daniel Porter.
Unsigned at this point are QB Jimmy Clausen, WR Brandon LaFell, WR Armanti Edwards, LB Eric Norwood, and QB Tony Pike.
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