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Panthers bring back defensive end Wes Horton

For all their other issues this season, the Panthers haven’t gotten consistent play or pressure from their defensive line. And now that they’re dealing with some injuries, they had to bring back a guy they cut this offseason. The team announced that they had re-signed defensive end Wes Horton, waiving wide receiver Damiere Byrd to create…
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