This little nugget just came across the wire from CBS Sports:
As of Noon ET Tuesday, Jordan Senn's agent, Arthur B. Weiss, said the Panthers had yet to offer the LB a deal. "They're not offering (deals to) anybody," Weiss said. "They need to restructure Thomas Davis' deal (five years, $36.5 million). That's screwing them up and I don't think he'll play a down this season."
Maybe it's just me, but shouldn't Senn's agent be more concerned with trying to convince teams that his client is more than just a special teamer who overachieved last season when he was thrust into playing time due to multiple injuries to the Panthers' first four options at LB?* I'm not a sports agent, but something about the way this is being handled doesn't scream "doing what's best for my client".
*- This isn't my personal opinion of Senn based on what I saw from him last season, but it's most likely going to be the way he's viewed by other teams in the NFL.
Rather than criticizing an NFL front office for allowing your client to test free agency, shouldn't you be out there selling your client to other teams? Or, have you already done that and found that no one else is interested and this is your last resort? Seems like a desperate cry for help if you ask me.