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- Panthers Make Big Moves

Chris Pokorny March 3, 2005
Chris Pokorny
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After releasing wide receiver Muhsin Muhammad recently, the Panthers have come back with two moves to greatly improve their ream. The Panthers have signed offensive lineman Mike Wahle and cornerback Ken Lucas to long-term contracts.

Ken Lucas, a former Seahawk, is thrilled at the opportunity to play for the Panthers.

"I knew before I even got off the plane that I wanted to sign with Carolina," Lucas said. "Anybody in the NFL knows that the Carolina Panthers have the most talented D-line in the NFL. If I had to choose between Seattle and Carolina, I would have easily chose Carolina."

Wahle, a former Packer, was released by Green Bay earlier in the week due to salary cap issues. He too, is excited about playing for Carolina.

"When I found out (the Panthers) were interested, I immediately was hoping this was going to be a one-stop deal," said Wahle. "I knew I wanted to come here. I think this team is going to be good for a number of years. I have been in this league seven years and I have never been to a Super Bowl and that is real important to me. This team, I think we're going to be in a good position."

Ken Lucas will start for the Panthers, while last years starters Chris Gamble and Ricky Manning Jr. will fight for the second slot.

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