Carolina Panthers on 2010 NFL Draft

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The NFL draft for this season continues to surprise and amaze fans with the team’s choices. Carolina Panthers on the second round of the daft on Friday got quarterback Jimmy Clausen as the 16th pick or the 48th over all pick. The team also released Jake Delhomme, their long time starter at quarterback and named Matt Moore as their new starter. Clause and Moore is expected to play hand in hand for the Panthers.

Receiver Brandon LaFell of LSU was also picked in the 3rd round of the day’s draft by Panthers making him the 78th over all pick. LaFEll is said to replace ProBowl pick Steve Smith. He stands 6 ft 2 inches and is big and strong for a receiver.

Carolina Panthers is a professional American footbal team based in Charlotte, North Carolina representing the South and North Carolina. The team had been a member of the South Division of the National Football Conference in the National Footbal League. Panther joined the NFL as an expansion team with Jancksonville Jaguars in 1995. For the team’s 15 years of existence in the football career, they had made a record of 115-121 and had appeared in the Super Bowl XXXVIII in Houston Texas. Carolina Panthers had been able to keep talented running backs that will surely make the team continue running in the years to come.


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