I laughed myself into a coughing fit when I saw this story. The Carolina Panthers cut Keyshawn Johnson after having drafted another big USC receiver, Dwayne Jarrett, in the recent draft.
Anyone that watched the draft has to be laughing. Keyshawn, that loud idiot, was one of the guest "experts" on ESPN's draft coverage, and was anything but objective the entire time. He was cheerleading for the Panthers and encouraging them to take these offensive players. When they drafted Jarrett, he talked about how he'd show him the ropes, etc.
OOPS! How do you like your "boy" now, Keyshawn?
Now they're saying he'll have a tough time finding a team and might have to take a huge pay cut. The Panthers seriously played him like a fool, as he clearly didn't see it coming. They could have cut him before to give him a chance on the open free agent market (that is now closed, teams having spent most of their money and filled most of their needs). They could have at least warned him so he didn't make a huge fool of himself at the draft on national television. Instead, as soon as they drafted his replacement, buh-bye!