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Best and Worst Moves the Carolina Panthers Have Made in Free Agency
Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

Carolina Panther general manager Dave Gettleman has been busy this offseason—some Carolina fans would argue not busy enough, with many roster holes still open weeks into free agency.

Former wide receiver Steve Smith was released, Jordan Gross retired, Captain Munnerlyn didn't resign with the team. Many questions remain in regards to the direction the team will travel and who will be along for the ride for the 2014 season.

The only sure-fire group of the team returning is the defense—the front seven at least. Questions remain in the secondary, just like last season's "legion of whom."

Cam Newton will be recovering from an ankle procedure that was completed last week. The team has only two wide receivers who have recorded a touchdown in the NFL.

Bottom line, the team still has many moves make; the only question is when they will happen. Will the team be aggressive during the draft? Or will they look to pick up additional players in the preseason after cuts?

Here is the best and worst moves the Panthers have made thus far this offseason.

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