#1 30-10-2019 05:05:22

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The Panthers drafted Christian McCaffrey in the first round of the 2017 draft because he can help an offense in a lot of ways and he’s spent this season showing off that versatility.McCaffrey ran for 101 yards on Sunday to reach 1 https://www.carolinapanthersfanshop.com … lyn-Jersey ,080 rushing yards for the season and he also caught 12 passes. That leaves McCaffrey with 106 catches on the year and that breaks Matt Forte’s record for the most receptions by a running back in a single season.McCaffrey also broke Steve Smith’s franchise record for catches by any player and got some family bragging rights. His father Ed once had 101 catches in a season, but https://www.carolinapanthersfanshop.com … ayo-Jersey , as McCaffrey pointed out after the game, the old man still has his son beat when it comes to winning Super Bowl rings.Head coach Ron Rivera suggested the team wouldn’t push for McCaffrey to break any of those records next year as he said they’d look for ways to lighten the load of a player who has rarely come off the field in 2018. Safety Mike Adams isn’t the only veteran defensive back who won’t be back with the Panthers in 2019.Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reported that the Panthers are releasing cornerback Captain Munnerlyn. PFT has confirmed the move.Munnerlyn signed a four-year deal through 2020 when he returned to the Panthers in 2017 that called for a $2.9 million salary and $5 million cap hit in 2019. The Panthers will realize $2 million in cap savings if they make Munnerlyn a pre-June 1 cut and $3.5 million if they go the post-June 1 route.Munnerlyn was a Panthers seventh-round pick in 2009 and moved to the Vikings as a free agent in 2014 before landing back in Carolina. He appeared in all 16 games last season https://www.carolinapanthersfanshop.com … ess-Jersey , usually playing as a nickel corner, and recorded 47 tackles https://www.carolinapanthersfanshop.com … son-Jersey , two sacks and an interception.Giants General Manager Dave Gettleman had the same job with the Panthers when Munnerlyn returned to the team and the Giants could use some help at corner this offseason, so that could be a possible landing spot for Munnerlyn once he’s officially free to move on to another team.

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