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ASHBURN, Va. (AP) — The Washington Redskins have acquired another one of Robert Griffin III's former Baylor teammates.
Former Baylor and Panthers wide receiver David Gettis has been signed by the Redskins to a futures contract. He joins seven others who were signed last week.
Jimmy Clausen and Cam Newton will share snaps with the Panthers' first-team offense in the preseason opener, though Clausen will start at quarterback
Joe Flacco threw for 301 yards and a touchdown, Baltimore's defense returned consecutive interceptions for TDs in the fourth quarter, and the Ravens beat Brian St. Pierre and the Carolina Panthers 37-13 on Sunday.
The gold standard of Carolina football incompetence has been the 2001 Panthers. After winning their opener, they set an NFL record at the time by losing their final 15 games before coach George Seifert was fired.
When Carolina finished a winless preseason without scoring an offensive touchdown, coach John Fox tried to spin it as no big deal, blaming it on the Panthers working in new players and experimenting with the passing game.
While the winless Carolina Panthers hope rookie quarterback Jimmy Clausen can spark a stagnant offense, it would help if he had more than one receiving option.
The Carolina Panthers entered training camp with the NFL's third-youngest roster. Then in final cuts they kept most of the youngsters.