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Derek Anderson Tweets Goodbye To Panthers

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The Carolina Panthers and backup veteran quarterback Derek Anderson are parting ways and Anderson took to Twitter to say farewell on Wednesday.

“I appreciated my time with the Panthers more than any of you know,” Anderson said in tweets. “Charlotte is where our family started and grew to 5! So much love! I came to you guys when I needed you more than you needed me. Nothing but love for all my teammates and coaches that made me a better person! Can’t forget all of the great Panther fans as well and the many great memories our family will carry with us forever.”

It’s unclear if Anderson plans to retire or continue his playing career, but his time in Carolina has certainly come to an end.

 

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Panthers Release Da’Norris Searcy

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Da’Norris Searcy

The Carolina Panthers have cut veteran safety Da’Norris Searcy, according to an official team announcement.

Additionally, Carolina also waived offensive tackle Isaiah Battle.

Searcy inked a two-year, $5.7 million deal with the Panthers back in 2018, but managed only 12 tackles and 1 interception during his lone season in Carolina.

Searcy missed 8 games of the 2018 season due to a pair of concussions he suffered back in September, which proved to effectively end his season.

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Panthers Decline Vernon Butler’s Option

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The Carolina Panthers have declined the fifth year option on defensive tackle Vernon Butler, according to a team announcement.

Butler, who was selected during the 1st round of the 2016 NFL Draft, will not hit unrestricted free agency following the 2019 season.

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Jonathan Stewart Retires with Carolina Panthers

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Veteran running back Jonathan Stewart spent all but one year of his career with the Carolina Panthers, and today he inked a one-day contract so that he can retire a Panther.

Stewart played 10 years in Caroline before spending last season with the New York Giants where he only toted the ball 6 times for 17 yards in 3 games.

But today marked a happy ending for Stewart and the Panthers.

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