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September 06, 2010

Panthers sign practice squad

   The Panthers signed their practice squad Monday, bringing back six players who were here in camp, and two offensive linemen from outside.

   The Panthers brought back WR Trent Guy, FB Rashawn Jackson, LB Sean  Ware, CB R.J. Stanford, DT Corvey Irvin and RB Josh Vaughan.

   They also added Gs Dan Santucci and Shawn Murphy to round out the practice squad. Santucci was Cincinnati's seventh-round pick last year, while Murphy was Miami's fourth-rounder in 2008.

-- Darin Gantt

Posted by Observer Sports on September 6, 2010 at 11:59 AM | Permalink

Comments

So we are really going into the season with Tim Duckworth and Gary williams as our top backups?? I thought we would at least claim somone off waivers.

Posted by: Allen | Sep 6, 2010 12:24:45 PM

Cantwell has went to the Ravens, if anyone didn't know before.

Posted by: Nate | Sep 6, 2010 12:28:38 PM

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Posted by: MajorLeague | Sep 6, 2010 12:40:42 PM

Allen, Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah! ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ.

Posted by: MajorLeague | Sep 6, 2010 12:40:42 PM

Man yall still need a reciever, I cant believe you guys decided to keep Jarrett rather than sign Antonio Bryant,Houshmandzadeh, or even Micheal Clayton he's difinetly better than what the canthers have now

Posted by: falconsfan1 | Sep 6, 2010 1:09:28 PM

Why is a Galcons fan here trying to suckle our nuts?

Posted by: MrBernz | Sep 6, 2010 1:19:38 PM

@falconsfan1

Roddy W is the only true proven WR on your Falcons squad. Unless your going to hype up how good both Harry D and Michael J are.

If White goes down, expect team to double cover Tony G and take both Michael J or Harry D out the game easily.

So y'all might as well had sign an injury prone Bryant. Clayton is avg, TJ signed with the Ravens.

Posted by: adam carter | Sep 6, 2010 1:41:58 PM

Well, talk is that Seattle may cut Sean Locklear. I wonder if Carolina would be interested? But then again he might cost more than a bag of cornnuts, so I doubt it.

Posted by: jbw | Sep 6, 2010 2:01:41 PM

Then there was one...Vincent Jackson...But it'll never happen.

Posted by: Eric | Sep 6, 2010 2:17:33 PM

@Allen

The top OL backup, Geoff Schwartz, is currently starting in lieu of the Otah injury. Barring catastrophic events, the OL depth should stabilize once he returns to the lineup.

Posted by: Red | Sep 6, 2010 3:16:49 PM

Jerry Richardson's inactivity shows me he has no interest in winning. I can't believe Dwayne Jarrett is a starter in this league

Posted by: Russ | Sep 6, 2010 3:17:43 PM

I'm surprised Charly Martin stayed on the roster. Figured he would be the practice squad and Trent guy would be active.

Posted by: Gamble20 | Sep 6, 2010 3:38:55 PM

@Red.I know Geoff is starting but even when otah gets back and Geoff is back we could still use some depth.Geoff is the backup RT,RG.we could use a backup C/G..

Posted by: Allen | Sep 6, 2010 4:57:26 PM

Charly Martin brings more to the table than Guy, Martin is a solid Posession WR and a Gunner/Headhunter on Special Teams.He is going to warrant a new contract after this season.

Posted by: GhostOfSparta | Sep 6, 2010 6:40:11 PM

Charly Martin brings more to the table than Guy, Martin is a solid Posession WR and a Gunner/Headhunter on Special Teams.He is going to warrant a new contract after this season.

Posted by: GhostOfSparta | Sep 6, 2010 6:40:11 PM

Panhters should pick up Javon Walker

Posted by: par404 | Sep 6, 2010 7:39:38 PM

So a Moron from Atlanta decides to join the blog of Morons from Charlotte. Welcome to the Funny Farm!

Jerry Richardson knows what he is doing. We may only get to 8-8 or 10-6 and then lose the first playoff game, but everyone will be picking us for the superbowl after that. They will be saying, "Wow, Jerry is a genious". He built a very young great team through the draft so he has the money to keep them when they can become free agents.

Isn't that what the Patriot's do? Build with the draft. Release the vets when they get too expensive. Stay young and affordable and win win win.

Posted by: supermanwears89 | Sep 6, 2010 8:44:36 PM

So a Moron from Atlanta decides to join the blog of Morons from Charlotte. Welcome to the Funny Farm!

Jerry Richardson knows what he is doing. We may only get to 8-8 or 10-6 and then lose the first playoff game, but everyone will be picking us for the superbowl after that. They will be saying, "Wow, Jerry is a genious". He built a very young great team through the draft so he has the money to keep them when they can become free agents.

Isn't that what the Patriot's do? Build with the draft. Release the vets when they get too expensive. Stay young and affordable and win win win.

Posted by: supermanwears89 | Sep 6, 2010 8:44:36 PM

Actually the Pats have been quite good at signing players from other teams...like Moss, Welker, Seau, etc. 21 of their 53 this season come from trades or FA signings. Colts have 18 non-draftees. As for Houshmanzadeh, it wasn't about the money. I'm sure he signed with someone he thinks can go to the Super Bowl. Obviously the Panthers don't meet that prerequisite.

Posted by: Ron | Sep 6, 2010 10:10:09 PM

Make no mistake. This season is not about winning on the field. This is about Richardson's being a leader and being able to tell the owners to hunker down in upcoming negotiations with the NFLPA. Not what I would have chosen, but then again it's not my team... We have a roster that barely qualifies as an NFL roster at some positions. WR is a joke; OL is thin; DL is a charade that will be exposed soon... This Panthers apologist predicts 4-12, with total apocalyptic destruction of the roster during the upcoming lockout.

Posted by: Stumpy | Sep 6, 2010 10:42:10 PM

we'll still get our share of win in order to make it to the playoffs, so guys chill we haven't played one down yet and again for the millionth time PRESEASON DON'T COUNT!!!!! lighten up and support ya boys or get off the comment page, PANTHERS FOR LIFE GOOOO CATS"!!!!

Posted by: fortydogg | Sep 6, 2010 10:47:57 PM

I am thinking 8-8 this year until proven otherwise. I am a Panther Fan but I think we need another reciever, Im hopeful Jarrett and Lafell can shine this year, make or break year for DJ. Use Armanti for some wildcat plays both passing and running. If we beat the mediocre Giants Sunday in NY...I will be fairly impressed and possible think 9 or 10 wins is in our future....

Posted by: Elliot Motaleb | Sep 7, 2010 1:19:22 AM

I think they hired Gnatt just to get back at some of us bloggers.... It's working!

Posted by: SYRPIS | Sep 7, 2010 2:16:56 AM

no offense fellow fans, but i think 8-8 is a bit ambitious for a team with a lame duck coach and no offense. I'm thinking this will be Fox's first double digit loss season

Posted by: jason alston | Sep 7, 2010 2:49:36 AM

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