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Panthers Not Re-Signing Thomas Davis

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Carolina Panthers veteran linebacker Thomas Davis isn’t going to be returning to the team in 2019.

Davis, 35, has played his entire career in Carolina and intends on continuing his playing career, but he announced that the Panthers have informed him that they are not going to bring him back, planning to move in a “different direction” next season.

pic.twitter.com/hOOjzjvfWb— Thomas Davis (@ThomasDavisSDTM) January 10, 2019

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Panthers’ Luke Kuechly Not Concerned for Scheme Change

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Carolina Panthers veteran linebacker Luke Kuechly isn’t too concerned about a defensive scheme change which will have him taking on a different role on the defense moving forward.

Carolina will employ more 3-4 looks into their defense for the 2019 season which will move Kuechly around from his traditional spots on the defense, but he isn’t too worried about it.

“It’s just football. There’s been certain looks that we’ve run in the past that mimic what we do now. So it’s not completely foreign,” Kuechly said, according to Joseph Person of The Athletic. “There’s just a couple new things here and there that are different, but pretty straightforward.”

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Saints Sign Wes Horton

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The New Orleans Saints have signed veteran defensive end Wes Horton, according to ESPN’s Adam Caplan.

Horton is a former undrafted free agent from UFC and he has spent his entire career with the Carolina Panthers.

Last season for Carolina, he collected 24 tackles and 1.5 sacks.

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Panthers Release Da’Norris Searcy

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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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