CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- The Carolina Panthers have gotten rid of running back DeShaun Foster, linebacker Dan Morgan, guard Mike Wahle and quarterback David Carr.
They've held on to tackle Jordan Gross for at least a year.
They've brought receiver Muhsin Muhammad back.
They head into tomorrow's free agency period with plenty of holes. General manager Marty Hurney says the Panthers will see who's available that might fit.
The Panthers still don't have much room under the 116 million dollar salary cap. Some of the big names, running back Michael Turner of San Diego, tackle Flozell Adams of Dallas and Cincinnati defensive end Justin Smith, would cost a lot.
Hurney and coach John Fox have always said the draft is more important than free agency. But Hurney says the team will try to make improvements now.