CHARLOTTE — The Panthers wrapped up the initial 53-man roster Tuesday afternoon by parting ways with three more players to get to the limit.
The team terminated the contracts of vested veteran offensive tackle Cam Erving, cornerback Greg Mabin, and defensive tackle Taylor Stallworth. All three were on the practice field and participating Tuesday afternoon.
The 31-year-old Erving started nine games here in 2021 and transitioned into a backup role last season with the arrival of first-rounder Ikem Ekwonu. Erving played in 11 games here as a reserve last season.
Mabin and Stallworth signed with the team in June.
Other notable cuts include former South Carolina Gamecock wide receivers Shi Smith who spent 2 seasons with the team and Josh Vann.
Those moves, along with the first wave reported Tuesday morning, get them to the regular season limit. They can establish a practice squad on Wednesday.