10 Jun 2010
Man, the hits keep coming for the Carolina Panthers. Muhsin Muhammad will announce his retirement today at a 12:30 press conference. Dwayne Jarrett is now a starting NFL receiver. No, seriously. Hidden fact: Carolina's running game takes a hit here, as Muhammad was still one of the four or five best blocking wide receivers in the game.
(Note: When I first posted this, I forgot that Muhammad was a free agent, so the Panthers had already apparently moved on from him. They still have just two rookies and Dwayne Jarrett available to help Steve Smith. Ugh.)
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