Mitch Kupchak is one of Charlotte’s leading candidates after general manager Rich Cho and the underachieving Hornets parted ways on Tuesday. The job is likely the former L.A. Lakers GM’s, if he wants it.
An open letter from former Carolina Panthers wide receiver Rae Carruth, in prison for his role in a murder conspiracy, has broken a 17-year silence and has apologized for his role in the death of Cherica Adams.
Former Carolina Panthers receiver Rae Carruth said in his phone interview that he has changed from the young NFL player he was when he was originally convicted. “Back then, I was very immature,” he said. “Very self-centered.” He said he has found God in prison and wants to be involved in his son’s life.
Rae Carruth has spent the last seventeen years of his life behind bars. In 2001, the star Carolina Panthers wide-receiver was convicted of charges related to the murder of Cherica Adams, a beautiful 24-year-old who was seven months pregnant with his child. She was shot four times while driving her BMW by someone Carruth hired to pull the trigger. He talked to WBTV in an exclusive interview.