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Brando Boykin only stated with one game at Pittsburgh last season after been a slot corner in Philadelphia with solid season, his team announced on Monday it over with the corner-back just after signing him to a one-year $840,000 deal in March.

It is not up to two months with a shocking move for corner-needy Carolina to Jettison Boykin. Now the 25 year old is expected to fight for the corner job. In less than a year Boykin now seek for another team.

Cutting Boykin speaks to the faith the team has in the three rookies drafted this season, and also the ability of the staffs to train them in a short while.

Speaking over the weekend coach Ron Rivera said has no plans for now to add a veteran corner, the manager Dave Gettlemen said sometimes the roster determines someone’s answer. Panthers are predicting on youngsters being the answer in 2016.