• Jimmy Clausen, former second-round pick, is cut by Carolina Panthers

    Summary of 7 articles · Updated Aug 31, 2013
    Jimmy Clausen will be looking for a new employer after three years with the Carolina Panthers. Jimmy Clausen’s days as a quarterback for the Carolina Panthers came to an unsurprising end Saturday morning. “Just want to thank the Panthers Organization and the city of Charlotte for drafting me and making this home for me the last 3 years!,” Clausen tweeted Saturday morning. The Panthers haven't released their official list of cuts to get to 53 players, but Clausen made his release official on Twitter. Clausen finishes his three-year career at Carolina with a 52.5 completion percentage, three touchdowns, nine interceptions, 33 sacks, nine fumbles and a 1-9 record in 10 starts. Per a league source, the Panthers have cut Florence. Carolina also needed the roster spot because of injuries to other positions on the field, most notably the offensive line.
    • Few surprises as Panthers get down to 53 players

      Earlier on Saturday, a few notable Panthers cuts leaked out before the team made its official announcement. When the Panthers did release the full group, cornerback Drayton Florence, quarterback Jimmy Clausen and defensive tackle Sione Fua remained the …
  • Panthers cut Drayton Florence

    Cornerback Drayton Florence, listed as a starter by the Panthers, no longer is a starter. Because he’s no longer on the team. Per a league source, the Panthers have cut Florence. Due to make a base salary of only $940,000 in 2013, the 10-year veteran be…

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