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By: Anthony Rizzuti
With Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore now behind the Carolina Panthers, D’Eriq King’s duty is complete.
On Tuesday, the team released the former University of Houston and University of Miami standout from their practice squad. King, a dual-threat quarterback, was brought in last week ahead of Carolina’s Week 11 contest—likely to help imitate Jackson’s style as a member of the scout team.
King’s release now leaves the Panthers’ practice squad without a quarterback—as Sam Darnold, Baker Mayfield and PJ Walker fill out the position on the active roster.
Taking King’s spot is linebacker Arron Mosby, who has been signed to the group for the third time this season.
Mosby began the 2022 campaign on the practice squad and would later be inked to the 53-man roster on Sept. 21. He’s appeared in three games, primarily on special teams, and recorded one tackle in the team’s Week 6 loss to the Los Angeles Rams.
Originally posted on Panthers Wire