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Century Links 3/17: Seahawks Add Offensive Pieces

Read! Seattle Seahawks agree to terms with Arizona free-agent WR Jaron Brown | The News TribuneAfter losing three top receivers since September, Seattle adds one. The 28-year-old Brown had a career-high 31 catches last season for the Cardinals. Report: Seahawks sign TE Ed Dickson to 3-year dealThe Seahawks have reportedly signed their second player from free agency: ex-Panthers tight end Ed Dickson. Seattle Seahawks visit with ex-Oregon State star Markus Wheaton: Report | OregonLive.comWheaton struggled through an injury-plagued season in 2017 as the Seahawks look for a replacement for Paul...

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Bashaud Breeland fails physical, will not sign with Panthers

Well, this is an interesting development. According to a tweet from Bill Voth, the Carolina Panthers will not be signing free agent cornerback Bashaud Breeland after he failed a physical. CB Bashaud Breeland failed a physical and won’t be signing with the Panthers.— Bill Voth (@PanthersBill) March 16, 2018 Per Max Henson, the reason given was a ‘non-football injury’. Bashaud Breeland will not be joining the Panthers after all. Failed physical (non-football injury).For those who had been asking questions about an official announcement the last couple days, now you know.— Max...

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Should the Panthers cut Ryan Kalil to add $7.1 million in cap space?

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 Carolina Panthers don’t have very much cap space to work with and still have several gaping roster holes to fill. CSR’s Billy Marshall wrote an excellent piece about how the Panthers could immediately free up nearly $14 million in cap space by re-working the contracts of Luke Kuechly and Kawann Short. I have another way to immediately free up an additional $7.1 million in cap room. It’s cold hearted. It’s awful. It makes me feel like a...

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Bashaud Breeland fails physical with Panthers, returns to free agent market

A non-football-related injury has cost Breeland a big payday. Just days ago, Bashaud Breeland was one of the top cornerbacks on the NFL free agent market. He agreed to a three-year, $24 million contract with the Carolina Panthers after drawing significant interest from several NFL teams, including (reportedly) the Green Bay Packers. Unfortunately for Breeland, he has failed his physical with the Panthers, voiding his contract and sending him back to the free agent market. To make matters worse, the issue that caused the failed physical will keep him from passing a physical for months,...


Bills news: Kelvin Benjamin had knee surgery, expected to be ready for offseason program

The Buffalo Bills swung a big trade last season which saw them land wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin from the Carolina Panthers. Unfortunately, Benjamin tore his meniscus in his right knee in just his second game with the team. He missed two weeks and was clearly not 100 percent upon returning for the last four games […] The post Bills news: Kelvin Benjamin had knee surgery, expected to be ready for offseason program appeared first on ClutchPoints.

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Panthers analysis: Where do shoulder surgery, retirement tour leave Carolina LBs?

The Carolina Panthers have one Pro Bowl linebacker about to embark on a retirement tour and another coming off shoulder surgery. And yet, nearly every other team in the NFL …

Aaron Rodgers Leads First TD Drive Since Returning from Injury! | Can't-Miss Play | NFL Wk 15

The Green Bay Packers take on the Carolina Panthers in Week 15 of the 2017 NFL Season. Watch full games with NFL Game Pass: https://www.nfl.com/gamepass?campaign=sp-nf-gd-ot-yt-3000342 Sign up for Fantasy Football! http://www.nfl.com/fantasyfootball

Cam Newton to undergo shoulder surgery, miss OTAs with Carolina Panthers

Darin Gantt explains how surprised he was to hear that Cam Newton needed surgery, how the Panthers can alter their offense and if Carolina could take a chance on Colin Kaepernick.

Thomas Davis On Cam Newton's Leadership

Carolina Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis spoke one-on-one with NESN.com's Michaela Vernava about his recovery from injury and how Cam Newton has shown his leadership qualities in the locker room.