The Wroclaw Panthers had their bye for Week 7, and the front office did not take time off.
The team announced the addition of former TCU WR/KR Kavontae Turpin, and the release of former University of Florida RB Mark Herndon.
In the 6 games Herndon played for the Panthers, he was top 5 in rushing with 293 yards on 58 carries with an average of 5.1 YPC and 4 TDs.
Wroclaw had one of the best running games in the ELF, with the dynamic duo of Philéas Pasqualini along with Herndon. Pasqualini was 4th on the rushing leaders list with 308 yards on 44 carries with an average of 7.0 YPC and 3 TDs.
Kavontae Turpin was a dynamic receiver and return specialist at TCU, who ended up being dismissed from school before being able to hit the NFL. Now moved past any issues, he has flourished when given the chance to.
Most recently Turpin played for the Mega Bowl Champions Sea Lions of The Spring League. Finished the 6-gsme season with 17 receptions, 240 yards and 3 TDs.
Be fore that, Turpin was one of the bigger stars of the Fan Controlled Football League. A non-traditional indoor league based on giving fans more roster and playcalling control, Turpin finished among the leaders in the the 5-game season with 13 catches 223 yards and 4 TDs.
No news as if these two roster moves were related, as they play different positions.
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