Carolina Panthers free agency 2018
The Panthers got a great deal for C.J. Anderson’s services, according to a Joe Person report.
The Panthers are not expected to be in the running to sign the recently released Cowboys receiver.
Ross Cockrell was brought to Carolina due to his ‘competitive nature’, according to Panthers head coach Ron Rivera.
With free agency mostly over, here are the Panthers biggest remaining needs on defense as they head into the draft.
With free agency mostly over, here are the Panthers biggest remaining needs on offense as they head into the draft.
According to ESPN’s Mike Sando, the Panthers didn’t improve their roster very much during the first wave of free agency.
The Panthers have done a good job so far this free agency by adding some quality veterans to the roster.
The Chiefs head coach spoke positively about the newest Panthers defensive tackle at the NFL owners meeting yesterday.
The Panthers are bringing back Amini Silatolu for one more year according to a report from the team’s official site.
After the deal for Bashaud Breeland fell through due to a failed physical, the Panthers signed free agent Ross Cockrell to fill the gap in the secondary created by the Daryl Worley-Torrey Smith trade.
The Panthers have added some depth to their offensive line and possibly found a replacement for Andrew Norwell at left guard.
The Panthers have added some more depth to their secondary.
The former Minnesota Vikings receiver is reportedly on his way to Carolina.
The Jacksonville Jaguars released Lewis today. He could be on the Panthers’ radar.
The Carolina Panthers still have plenty of holes, but they have filled the one hole that sunk their ship in January.
The team is looking at bringing back a familiar face in the secondary as they try to find a new No. 2 cornerback.
Well, this is an interesting development.
The newly signed defensive tackle has scored three touchdowns on offense. Now that’s diversity.
The Seahawks are interested in signing the former Panthers tight end, which would greatly help Carolina’s compensatory pick formula.
It will be risky to keep the injury-prone veteran, but it would also be risky to release him. Marty Hurney has a tough decision on his hands.
The Panthers are in the market for a backup tight end, and they could find exactly what they need in Eric Ebron.
The free agent tight end has spent the first five years of his career with the Seattle Seahawks.
The Panthers bolster their thin defensive backfield by signing a veteran corner.
According to Joe Person of the Charlotte Observer, Julius Peppers is expected to sign a one-year contract when free agency officially begins.
Dickson has been Carolina’s backup tight end since 2014.
Carolina’s 2013 first round pick will sign with Panthers North when free agency opens this afternoon.
According to reports, Washington will let Breeland test the free agent market. Should the Panthers make him an offer?
The Panthers added a ‘deep threat’ wide receiver by trading for Torrey Smith. Can he have the same success in Carolina that Ted Ginn did a few years ago?
The Panthers are retaining some of their roster depth for the 2018 season.