Michigan Panthers Sign Terry Wright, Cut Mika Tafua

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Amidst some roster movement this week, the Michigan Panthers have brought back WR Terry Wright. In a sense, Wright had never officially been with the team, since he did not report to Training Camp.

Terry Wright was picked up by Michigan originally during the USFL Dispersal Draft. He was a part of a massive haul of Philadelphia Stars players to the team.

Wright did not report to camp due to personal reasons. He wasn’t cleared to play football for a time, but just recently was given the green light to return – hence why the Panthers have officially signed him now.

This is a big move for Michigan as the playoffs approach. They have had zero consistency in the return game, largely due to injuries. Now, with Terry Wright coming into play, they may have found their guy.

Wright was sensational with the Philadelphia Stars a season ago. He ended up taking kick return duties after Chris Rowland went down, finishing with 760 return yards. Wright was a key piece in their win over the New Jersey Generals in week five – setting up Luis Aguilar’s game winning field goal.

Terry came into his own as a receiver down the stretch of the USFL season as well. He finished the year with 143 receiving yards, and two touchdowns. Now, he’ll take his…

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