Your 2010 Carolina Panthers Official 53-Man Roster

CHARLOTTE,NC- AUGUST 21: DeAngelo Williams of the Carolina Panthers avoids a tackle by Antonio Cromartie of the New York Jets during a preseason game at Bank of America Stadium on August 21, 2010 in Charlotte, North Carolina. (Photo by Mary Ann Chastain/Getty Images)

So we survived preseason, while 53 men survived final cut day in Carolina. There were a few surprise cuts, but everything else was not too surprising. Without further ado, your 2010 Carolina Panthers team roster.

Quarterback (3)

Matt Moore,  Jimmy Clausen, Tony Pike

Running Back (5)

DeAngelo Williams, Jonathan Stewart, Tony Fiammetta, Mike Goodson, Tyrell Sutton

Offensive Line (8)

Jordan Gross, Travelle Wharton, Ryan Kalil, Mackenzy Bernadeau, Jeff Otah, Geoff Schwartz, Tim Duckworth, Garry Williams

Tight End (3)

Jeff King, Dante Rosario, Gary Barnidge

Wide Receiver (6)

Steve Smith, Dwayne Jarrett, Brandon LaFell, Armanti Edwards, Charly Martin, David Gettis

Defensive Tackle (5)

Andre Neblett, Louis Leonard, Ed Johnson, Nick Hayden, Derek Landri

Defensive End (4)

Everette Brown, Greg Hardy, Tyler Brayton, Charles Johnson

Linebacker (7)

Jon Beason, Dan Connor, Jamar Williams, James Anderson, Eric Norwood, Jordan Senn, Nic Harris

Cornerback (4)

Chris Gamble, Richard Marshall, Captain Munnerlyn, Robert McClain

Safety (4)

Charles Godfrey, Sherrod Martin, Marcus Hudson, Jordan Pugh

Specialists (4)

John Kasay, Todd Carter, Jason Baker, J.J. Jansen

So that’s it…Barring any changes beyond today, Carolina’s 53-man roster is set.

Panthers are young and home-grown. 35 of their 53 were draft picks, including 18 starters. That’s the plan Hurney’s always talking about. –Darin Gantt, Charlotte Observer

In his conference call with the media, Panthers general manager Marty Hurney stated that wide receiver Dwayne Jarrett showed more of what they had been looking for in being a more consistent receiver. He also stated that defensive tackle Andre Neblett surprised them, always making something happen when he was on the field.

The team also decided to go with Tony Pike as the No. 3 quarterback, given he is able to move out of the pocket, and has tools to succeed in the future.

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  • Dave Arillio

    A shame that Eric Moore was not kept! He was a playmaker in the Panthers defensive scheme.

    I do like the move to keep David Gettis. He is a player and with some polish he will shine…however, that is only if he learns to hold the ball high and tight while on the go!

    • http://www.blogtalkradio.com/blitzradio Eric Quackenbush

      Keeping Eric Moore would have been pointless though, as it would have given us five DE’s. He most likely would have never seen the field. So in lieu of Moore, which DE would you have rather seen cut?

      As for WR, it’s too late to try and sign Crayton. He was snatched up almost immediately on Friday by the Cards. We won’t be seeing Housh in Carolina because he is old and way overpriced, and the chances of seeing the Panthers make a move on Vincent Jackson are practically non-existent, because Jerry Richardson has the team’s funds under tight rein. If you want to be upset with anyone, be upset with the owners of the NFL and the players’ union for mucking up any progress with the CBA.

  • Dave Arillio

    ps

    Okay Hunrey,
    You say it not about money!!! The go out there and sign a real wideout who is a true number 2! (Crayton would have been a returner and a number 2 and he was $3 million cheaper than Housh will be)

    I dare the Panthers to make a successful move and sign a veteran wideout ! It is all about the money and the fat cat, Jerry, does not care if he blows the season over saving 10-15 million dollars in player salaries!

  • jay

    the panthers can get T.J for a very low price. im guessing around 750k. the seahawks owe him 7 million. so the panthers just have to sign him to the minimun. and the seahawks pays the rest.

    • http://www.blogtalkradio.com/blitzradio Eric Quackenbush

      Well, he’s a “free” man right now; I still don’t see Carolina signing him, though.