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Carolina Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman’s approach is the same one he used effectively last year: wait out the market, let prices fall and sign undervalued players to team-friendly deals.
Carolina Panthers' Steve Smith gets hit late by New Orleans Saints' Roman Harper after a touchdown on Oct. 9, 2011.
The Carolina Panthers have officially released wide receiver Steve Smith from the team.
We are almost a week into the free-agency period, and the Carolina Panthers have lost a few key players from last season.
Carolina Panthers wide receiver Brandon LaFell runs after making a catch during the third quarter against the San Francisco 49ers during the 2013 NFC divisional playoff football game at Bank of America Stadium.
BOB LEVERONE/ASSOCIATED PRESSFormer Carolina Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith (89 signed a three-year deal with the Baltimore Ravens on Friday.
Bob Thomas, the longtime Associated Press reporter who kept the world informed on the comings and goings of Hollywood's biggest stars, from Clark Gable to Tom Cruise, died Friday.
The Panthers announced they've signed free agent tight end Mike McNeill from the St. Louis Rams to a two-year contract.
The release of Steve Smith sent the fanbase into a tailspin, which conveniently kept eyes off the fact the Panthers have been swinging and missing in the first week of free agency.
While they have lost many key players on both sides of the ball, the Carolina Panthers have many more problems to fix on offense than defense.
The Panthers, having parted ways with Steve Smith, seemingly want and need Hakeem Nicks as a replacement, but there now appears to be competition for the one-time feared Giants receiver.
Wearing an "I Love Baltimore" hat, wide receiver and kick returner Jacoby Jones admitted that he took less money to re-sign with the Ravens and return to a place that he called "home."
Iowa State coach Fred Hoiberg wanted to see an up-and-down game against plodding Kansas State, one where the scoreboard would spin like a slot machine as points piled up.
Darrelle Revis and Darren Sproles found landing spots in the Northeast. Now Steve Smith and James Harrison look for new NFL homes.
NFL free agency has been open for what seems like weeks, thanks to big names like Darrelle Revis finding new homes , but things are actually still in the infancy stages as plenty of major names have yet to put ink to paper with a team.
Today, the Carolina Panthers laid-off WR Steve Smith after 13 years of service. Evidently, Dave Gettelman, the team's general manager, feels that the team needs to go in a different direction.