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Former five-star QB’s career likely over after season-ending injury Brett Carlsen/Getty Images
SYRACUSE, NY - OCTOBER 07: Quarterback Max Browne #4 of the Pittsburgh Panthers walks out of the locker room after leaving the game with an injury during the second half against the Syracuse Orange at the Carrier Dome on October 7, 2017 in Syracuse, New York. Syracuse defeats Pittsburgh 27-24. (Photo by Brett Carlsen/Getty Images)

Pittsburgh quarterback Max Browne underwent season-ending surgery on his throwing shoulder, Panthers coach Pat Narduzzi announced Thursday. Browne injured his right shoulder during last Saturday’s 27-24 loss to Syracuse. The injury ends the college career of the graduate transfer, who played at USC before joining the Panthers prior to this season. “It’s not a great thing…

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