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NoPlayerPosHeightWeightBirthdateExpCollege
97Addison, Mario DE6-32609/6/19875Troy
65Alecxih, Chas DT6-42952/10/19891Pittsburgh
90Alexander, Frank DE6-427012/17/19893Oklahoma
3Anderson, Derek QB6-62306/15/198311Oregon State
34Artis-Payne, Cameron RB5-102206/23/1990RAuburn
39Ball, Marcus DB6-12207/21/19872Memphis
13Benjamin, Kelvin WR6-52452/5/19912Florida State
25Benwikere, Bene' CB6-01959/3/19912San Jose State
11Bersin, Brenton WR6-32105/9/19902Wofford
50Blechen, Brian LB6-22259/30/1991RUtah
33Boston, Tre FS6-12106/25/19922North Carolina
15Boykin, Jarrett WR6-221511/4/19894Virginia Tech
47Brockel, Richie TE6-12557/24/19864Boise State
16Brown, Corey WR5-1118512/16/19912Ohio State
12Brown, Mike WR5-102002/9/19893Liberty
 Browning, Paul WR6-3221//RColorado State-Pueblo
37Byndom, Carrington DB6-01807/7/19921Texas
18Byrd, Damiere WR5-91751/27/1993RSouth Carolina
 Capers, Avius WR5-10200//RJohnson C. Smith
78Chandler, Nate T6-43156/1/19894UCLA
91Cole, Colin DT6-23256/24/19809Iowa
20Coleman, Kurt DB5-112007/1/19886Ohio State
82Cotchery, Jerricho WR6-12056/16/198212North Carolina State
77Cox, Rakim DE6-42602/12/19911Villanova
58Davis, Thomas OLB6-12353/22/198311Georgia
84Dickson, Ed TE6-42557/25/19876Oregon
94Ealy, Kony DE6-427512/21/19912Missouri
92Edwards, Dwan DT6-33055/16/198112Oregon State
64Folkerts, Brian C6-43101/30/19903Washburn
63Foucault, David T6-83201/7/19892Montreal
17Funchess, Devin WR6-42255/21/1994RMichigan
9Gano, Graham K6-22054/9/19876Florida State
19Ginn, Ted WR5-111854/12/19859Ohio State
57Glanton, Adarius OLB6-12309/21/19902Florida Atlantic
54Green-Thompson, Shaq OLB6-02304/21/1994RWashington
41Harper, Roman SS6-120512/11/198210Alabama
65Henry, Ricky G6-43107/27/19873Nebraska
67Hills, Tony T6-530411/4/19847Texas
96Horton, Wes DE6-52701/18/19903USC
27Houston, Chris DB5-1118010/18/19848Arkansas
53Jacobs, Ben LB6-42404/17/19883Fresno State
44Jansen, J.J. LS6-22401/20/19868Notre Dame
95Johnson, Charles DE6-22827/10/19869Georgia
42Jones, Colin DB6-020510/27/19875Texas Christian
67Kalil, Ryan C6-23003/29/19859USC
56Klein, A.J. OLB6-12407/30/19913Iowa State
59Kuechly, Luke MLB6-32384/20/19914Boston College
38Lester, Robert SS6-12154/30/19883Alabama
98Lotulelei, Star DT6-232012/20/19893Utah
61Love, Kyle DT6-131511/18/19864Mississippi State
83Lucas, Marcus WR6-42353/1/19921Missouri
29Marlowe, Dean FS6-12057/25/1992RJames Madison
55Mayo, David LB6-22408/8/1993RTexas State
62McCray, Jordan G6-33205/31/19921Central Florida
71Miley, Arthur DE6-62653/3/1993RSouthern University
76Miller, Steve DE6-32602/28/1992ROhio State
1Newton, Cam QB6-52455/11/19895Auburn
24Norman, Josh CB6-019512/15/19874Coastal Carolina
8Nortman, Brad P6-22159/12/19894Wisconsin
68Norwell, Andrew G6-632510/25/19912Ohio State
73Oher, Michael T6-43155/28/19867Mississippi
88Olsen, Greg TE6-52533/11/19859Miami (Fla.)
10Presley, De'Andre WR5-101901/10/19901Appalachian State
62Redden, Terry DT6-22958/23/1993RMemphis
52Reddick, Kevin LB6-124012/28/19892North Carolina
72Regis, Micanor DT6-333011/3/19891Miami (Fla.)
74Remmers, Mike T6-53054/11/19893Oregon State
79Scott, Chris G6-43408/4/19874Tennessee
99Short, Kawann DT6-33152/2/19893Purdue
66Silatolu, Amini G6-43209/16/19884Midwestern State
80Simonson, Scott TE6-52504/13/19921Assumption
28Stewart, Jonathan RB5-102353/21/19878Oregon
31Tillman, Charles DB6-22102/23/198113Louisiana-Lafayette
30Todman, Jordan RB5-102002/24/19904Connecticut
35Tolbert, Mike FB5-925011/23/19858Coastal Carolina
93Trusnik, Jason LB6-42506/6/19849Ohio Northern
70Turner, Trai G6-33206/14/19932Louisiana State
77Wallace, Martin T6-63304/22/19902Temple
63Wallace, Davonte G6-330812/21/19912New Mexico State
46Ward, Lee RB5-1125011/7/1991RStanford
14Webb, Joe QB6-423511/14/19866Alabama-Birmingham
32Wegher, Brandon RB5-1021512/9/1990RMorningside
23White, Melvin CB6-12156/26/19903Louisiana-Lafayette
43Whittaker, Fozzy RB5-102052/2/19893Texas
 Wile, Matt K6-22236/20/1992RMichigan
21Williams, Teddy DB6-12107/3/19884Texas-San Antonio
60Williams, Daryl T6-63358/31/1992ROklahoma
86Williams, Brandon TE6-425510/12/19873Oregon
22Young, Lou DB6-120510/9/19911Georgia Tech
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74Green, Tyronne (IR) G6-23164/6/19865Auburn
 
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Brandon Wegher
No Updates
Devin Funchess
News
The Panthers have signed second-round pick Devin Funchess to his rookie contract, the team announced. Funchess will play wide receiver for Carolina after playing both wide receiver and tight end in college at Michigan.

He totaled 126 receptions for 1,715 yards and 15 touchdowns in his three-year career.

Colin Jones
News
The Panthers extended the contracts of defensive end Mario Addison, safety Colin Jones and offensive tackle Nate Chandler. The team made the announcement on Wednesday. 

Addison received a two-year extension following three seasons of work in which he totaled 3.5 sakcs and 36 total tackles, most of which came on special teams. Jones also got a two-year extension and has similarly contributed on special teams, tallying 27 total tackles over 44 games. 

Chandler got a three-year extension and should begin the season as a starting tackle for the Panthers. 

Lee Ward
No Updates
Roman Harper
News
Panthers defensive backs Tre Boston and Roman Harper each scored defensive touchdowns in Sunday's win over Atlanta in Week 17.

Harper took a Matt Ryan interception 31 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter. He finished the game with six total tackles. Boston scored on an 84-yard interception return in the fourth quarter to help clinch the NFC South division in a 34-3 win. He finished with two total tackles.

The Panthers will advance to the first round of the playoffs next week against Arizona.
Colin Cole
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The Panthers re-signed defensive tackle Colin Cole to a one-year deal worth $1.05 million, reports the Charlotte Observer. The 6-2, 330-pounder turns 35 in June but remains a key part of the team's defensive line rotation.

Cole had 28 tackles and a fumble recovery last year.

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Amini Silatolu
News
The Panthers have listed Frank Alexander, James Dockery, David Foucault, A.J. Klein, Robert Lester, Star Lotulelei and Amini Silatolu as inactive against the Seahawks.

Lotulelei was the only player ruled out prior to Saturday. Klein was listed as questionable coming into the game due to an ankle issue. The other five players listed as considered healthy scratches. 

Richie Brockel
News
The Panthers put tight end Richie Brockel (ankle) on injured reserve, ending his season, and re-signed cornerback James Dockery, the team announced. Dockery played in five games for Carolina last year and was cut right before this season.
Terry Redden
No Updates
Brian Folkerts
News
The Panthers announced they re-signed running back Fozzy Whittaker, linebacker Ben Jacobs and offensive lineman Brian Folkerts. All were exclusive rights free agents.

In 10 games last season, Whittaker ran 32 times for 145 yards (4.5 ypc) and a touchdown and caught five passes for 60 yards and another score.

Martin Wallace
News
The Browns claimed two more players off waivers, wideout LaRon Byrd from the Cowboys and offensive lineman Caylin Hauptmann from the Seahawks. In addition, Cleveland waived offensive linemen Karim Barton and Martin Wallace and wideout Charles Johnson.
Brian Blechen
No Updates
Josh Norman
News
Panthers cornerback Josh Norman was a healthy scratch on Sunday against Green Bay, according to the Charlotte Observer. The decision was not made because of the concussion he suffered in Week 5. Melvin White will start in his place against the Packers.
Carrington Byndom
News
A quartet of injured Panthers have landed on their inactive list for the Sunday game against the Browns. Among them are running back DeAngelo Williams (hand), cornerback Carrington Byndom (hamstring), linebacker A.J. Klein (knee) and guard Amini Silatolu (knee).

The healthy scratches are safety Robert Lester, defensive tackle Kyle Love and offensive tackle David Foucault.

Tyronne Green
News
Panthers offensive lineman Tyronne Green tore his Achilles earlier this week at practice and he will undergo surgery, the team announced Wednesday.

Green is expected to miss the entire 2015 season as a result of the injury. He has not appeared in an NFL game since 2012.

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Jordan McCray
News
The Vikings have released linebacker Justin Anderson and guard Jordan McCray

Anderson spent time with the Giants in 2014, playing in two games. He was then released and picked up by the Vikings.

McCray spent time on the practice squad of the Packers last season. He was signed by the team in November before being cut. 

Kelvin Benjamin
News
Panthers wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin has declared that the hamstring he hurt in minicamp has fully healed and that he'll be a full-go when training camp begins, per the Charlotte Observer.

Benjamin enjoyed a fine rookie season, snagging 73 passes for 1,008 yards and nine touchdowns.

Corey Brown
News
Panthers receiver Corey Brown spent the offseason focusing on adding more bulk to his frame, according to the team's web site.

Brown hit the weights and added some muscle mass during offseason workouts, going from 180 pounds to 185. 

"I worked on gaining weight and keeping that weight," Brown said. 

As an undrafted rookie, Brown, who used to go by the nickname "Philly," made the roster and played in 13 games. He totaled 21 catches for 296 yards and two touchdowns. Though the Panthers added Devin Funchess in this year's draft class, Brown said he's looking forward to producing for his team. 

"I can't control who they bring in or what they do," Brown said. "I can only control what I do on the field and leave them no choice but to play me."

Thomas Davis
News
The Panthers have signed linebacker Thomas Davis to a two-year contract extension, per the Charlotte Observer, giving the veteran the chance to finish his career with Carolina. 

Davis, who was in the final year of his contract, registered 100 total tackles and 2.5 sacks last season for Carolina, his 10th in the NFL. The Panthers drafted linebacker Shaq Thompson in April, but still see Davis as a key component of their defense. 

"I now get to officially end my career as a Carolina Panther and that means the world to me," Davis said via the team. 

Terms of the contract were not disclosed. 

Jonathan Stewart
News
Though Panthers coach Ron Rivera has stated he would like to continue using a two-back system, the loss of DeAngelo Williams to Pittsburgh has Jonathan Stewart as the featured back at the moment. Stewart can sense the difference.

"It's going to be weird," he told the team website. "Just coming up here today for the first team workouts and my locker buddy was gone after seven years. Obviously, it's different, but it's part of the business.

"It's a different situation with what transpired this offseason. When things like that happen, it opens opportunities for other people."

Steward seemed to earn the opportunity late last season to be featured. He rushed for 486 yards on 91 carries over the last five games.

Charles Tillman
News
The Panthers announced on Thursday that they have signed Charles Tillman to a one-year contract.

Tillman spent his previous 12 NFL seasons with the Bears. He was selected by Chicago in the second round of the 2003 draft. Throughout his career, Tillman has totaled 856 tackles and 36 interceptions. 

Tillman tore his triceps during the 2014 season and ended his season on injured reserve. Earlier this offseason, Tillman, 34, said he's hopeful his NFL career will be able to continue. 

Jordan Todman
News
The Panthers have signed running back Jordan Todman to a one-year deal, the team announced Monday.

"Jordan is a veteran running back who has had some success in the league," coach Ron Rivera said in a statement. "We think he has some return skills and we are always looking to be good in that area. At running back, he brings versatility. He is stout and physical enough to run the ball up inside, but he's got the quickness and speed to get outside to the corner."

Todman racked up 186 yards on just 32 carries with the Jaguars in 2014 while adding 198 yards on 25 receptions and scoring twice. He also averaged 25.6 yards per return on 38 kickoff returns last season.

David Foucault
News
The Panthers have listed Frank Alexander, James Dockery, David Foucault, A.J. Klein, Robert Lester, Star Lotulelei and Amini Silatolu as inactive against the Seahawks.

Lotulelei was the only player ruled out prior to Saturday. Klein was listed as questionable coming into the game due to an ankle issue. The other five players listed as considered healthy scratches. 

Cam Newton
News
Panthers quarterback Cam Newton is set in his ways. He'll continue to play the same way he's always done it, regardless of the five-year, $103.8 million extension he signed with the team, per NFL.com.

"Nothing about this contract changes my approach to the game," Newton said. "I'm still going to be the person who's willing to win at all costs, but I have to understand what I mean to this team. We always have talks -- coach (Ron) Rivera and I, as well as Mr. (Dave) Gettleman -- about playing smart and being smart when I'm on the field. And I feel like I've done a great job to this point and will be more mindful of the hits that I take when running, and make this process go smoothly."

Newton gets hit more than any other quarterback in the NFL -- he's been hit 578 times since 2011 -- but a huge part of what makes him special is his ability to scramble and keep plays alive.

"He's going to play the way he does, and that's what you expect," coach Ron Rivera said. "In the back of your mind, it's not about the money. Somebody asked me, do you think the money will change him? I said no, he already had money. He had the rookie contract and all the endorsements. It ain't gonna change him.

"But knock on wood with something like that."

Newton threw for 3,127 yards and 18 touchdowns while leading his team to the playoffs last season.

Steve Miller
No Updates
Ed Dickson
News
Tight end Ed Dickson agreed to re-sign with the Panthers on Tuesday, according to the Baltimore Sun. His new contract will be worth anywhere between $6-7 million, per ESPN. 

Dickson managed just 10 receptions for 115 yards and one touchdown in 2014.

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Robert Lester
News
The Panthers have listed Frank Alexander, James Dockery, David Foucault, A.J. Klein, Robert Lester, Star Lotulelei and Amini Silatolu as inactive against the Seahawks.

Lotulelei was the only player ruled out prior to Saturday. Klein was listed as questionable coming into the game due to an ankle issue. The other five players listed as considered healthy scratches. 

Graham Gano
News
Panthers kicker Graham Gano made his only field goal attempt on Saturday against the Seahawks.

Gano actually had three attempts to make his one kick. The Panthers attempted a field goal just before half time, but penalty flags were thrown on the first two attempts. Gano would eventually make the kick on the third try. Gano also added two extra points. 

Avius Capers
No Updates
A.J. Klein
News
The Panthers have listed Frank Alexander, James Dockery, David Foucault, A.J. Klein, Robert Lester, Star Lotulelei and Amini Silatolu as inactive against the Seahawks.

Lotulelei was the only player ruled out prior to Saturday. Klein was listed as questionable coming into the game due to an ankle issue. The other five players listed as considered healthy scratches. 

Trai Turner
News
The Panthers unveiled a lengthy injury report for Sunday's game against Atlanta. Out of the 13 players listed on the report, Star Lotulelei (ankle) was the only player ruled out for Week 11. Bene Benwikere (ankle), Brandon Williams (foot) and Charles Johnson (rest) were labeled questionable.

The following players were deemed probable: Nate Chandler (toe), Jerricho Cotchery (hamstring), Roman Harper (rest), Kawann Short (ankle), Jonathan Stewart (ankle), Trai Turner (ankle), Melvin White (knee) and DeAngelo Williams (foot).

Nate Chandler
News
The Panthers announced offensive tackle Nate Chandler has been placed on injured reserve Tuesday.

Chandler was injured during a Week 11 loss to Atlanta. An MRI revealed Chandler suffer a lateral meniscus tear in his right knee.

Adarius Glanton
News
The Panthers waived safety Robert Lester and signed linebacker Adarius Glanton off the practice squad Saturday. Lester was just promoted from the practice squad earlier in the week but the team has decided instead to carry an extra linebacker.
Mike Remmers
News
The following players have been ruled inactive for the Panthers in Week 11 against the Falcons: CB Bene Benwikere, RB Chris Ogbonnaya, S  Robert Lester, T  David Foucault, G  Amini Silatolu, T  Mike Remmers and DT  Star Lotulelei.
Greg Olsen
News
The Panthers announced they signed tight end Greg Olsen to a three-year contract extension on Thursday that will keep him in Carolina through the 2018 season, per the team's official website. The extension is worth $22.5 million, with a $12 million signing bonus, according to CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora.

Olsen, 29, is fresh off a career year after setting franchise records for receptions (84) and receiving yards (1,008) by a tight end in a season. He cracked the 1,000-yard threshold for the first time in eight seasons in the NFL. He has 5,188 yards and 52 touchdowns in his career, and is the only tight end to catch at least five touchdown passes every year since 2008.

Damiere Byrd
No Updates
Chas Alecxih
News
The Chargers have signed guard Michael Huey of the Arena Football League, according to the UT San Diego. The team also waived offensive lineman Jeff Baca and defensive lineman Chas Alecxih.

Huey is a three-time All-AFL member, playing for the Arizona Rattlers. He spent three weeks with the Chargers during the 2011 preseason. The Rattlers won the league championship in each year that Huey was there.

Baca, 25, was brought in as insurance as an interior offensive lineman last season after the Chargers went through five starting centers.

Alecxih, twice a member of the team's practice squad, did not see any regular season action in 2014. 

 

Tre Boston
News
Panthers defensive backs Tre Boston and Roman Harper each scored defensive touchdowns in Sunday's win over Atlanta in Week 17.

Harper took a Matt Ryan interception 31 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter. He finished the game with six total tackles. Boston scored on an 84-yard interception return in the fourth quarter to help clinch the NFC South division in a 34-3 win. He finished with two total tackles.

The Panthers will advance to the first round of the playoffs next week against Arizona.
Brad Nortman
No Updates
Dean Marlowe
No Updates
Kony Ealy
News
Panthers defensive end Kony Ealy is doing everything in his power to avoid a sophomore slump during his second season.

Sean McDermott, the Panthers defensive coordinator, knows how often players struggle when entering their second season.

"In the sophomore offseason you find a lot of guys that have the relaxation syndrome set in," McDermott said. "They are not used to having an offseason. They had the Scouting Combine and then came straight to us as rookies. Then they get to that offseason (in year two), they've had some success and human nature is to down shift a little bit."

Ealy didn't relax this offseason, instead he continued to train.

"I'm just trying to elevate my game and take it to another level," Ealy said. "I want to help the team out more than I did last year."

Ealy recorded 12 tackles, four sacks and a forced fumble in 15 games as a rookie.

Kevin Reddick
News
The Chargers have waived linebacker Kevin Reddick, U-T San Diego reports. Riddick filled a special-teams role after joining the active roster in late September.
Mario Addison
News
The Panthers released their final injury report Friday and listed tight end Greg Olsen (knee) as questionable for Sunday’s game at New Orleans.

The following players are listed as probable: DT Star Lotulelei, DE Mario Addison, C Ryan Kalil and DE Kony Ealy. Amini Silatolu (knee) is listed as out.

Marcus Lucas
News
The Panthers filled up their practice squad, signing cornerback Carrington Byndom, linebackers Adarius Glanton and D.J. Smith, receivers Tavarres King and Marcus Lucas, safety Robert Leste, running back Darrin Reaves, offensive tackle Andrew McDonald and defensive tackles Micanor Regis and Casey Walker.
Michael Oher
News
Panthers left tackle Michael Oher thinks he's in the perfect place for his career to bounce back, per the Charlotte Observer.

Oher, who is coming off his worst season as a pro, signed a two-year, $7 million deal with the Panthers this offseason. Now on his third team in three years, Oher doesn't want to let any of his new teammates down.

“It seemed like they wanted me,” Oher said. “I got the (same) feeling going into my rookie year of not wanting to let guys down and guys with a winning culture. For me, it’s about getting back to the basics and fundamentals of doing everything right. Looking myself in the mirror knowing what I have to do and getting better from within.”

Oher started his career with four solid seasons as a Raven before nagging injuries began to hamper him in 2013. He signed a four-year deal with the Titans last offseason but injuries continued to plaque him while there. The Panthers gave Oher another chance to prove himself this offseason, and currently list him as their starting left tackle.
“I’m doing everything in my power to make that happen,” Oher said. “I know that I have the abilities and I’m going to put in the correct amount of work to get the job done. It’s just being around more guys who are willing to do the same.

“It’s definitely about culture in the NFL. That wins you football games alone.”

Melvin White
News
The Panthers will have Philly Brown, Thomas DeCoud and Melvin White on Saturday against the Seahawks.

All three players entered the game listed as questionable. Brown is dealing with a shoulder injury. DeCoud has a hamstring issue. White is battling an ankle injury.

The team will also have Derek Anderson, Charles Johnson, DeAngelo Williams and Fernando Velasco for the contest. All four players came into the game listed as probable. 

Ted Ginn
News
After one season with the Cardinals, receiver/returner Ted Ginn will return to the Panthers, reports the Charlotte Observer. The 29-year-old free agent caught 14 passes for 190 yards last season after posting 36 catches for 556 receiving yards and five touchdowns with Carolina the year before.
Kawann Short
News
Panthers defensive tackle Kawann Short missed Saturday's practice with a back injury, reports The Charlotte Observer. The severity of the injury is not known.

In 2014, Short produced 3 1/2 sacks and 40 tackles in 16 games.

Luke Kuechly
News
What was promised by general manager Dave Gettleman is now official - the Panthers have picked up the fifth-year option on the rookie contract of standout linebacker Luke Kuechly, per the team website.

The two-time Pro Bowler has led the NFL in tackles in two of his three seasons and was named NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 2013. He has racked up 473 tackles since 2012, the most in the NFL.

Ben Jacobs
News
The Panthers announced they re-signed running back Fozzy Whittaker, linebacker Ben Jacobs and offensive lineman Brian Folkerts. All were exclusive rights free agents.

In 10 games last season, Whittaker ran 32 times for 145 yards (4.5 ypc) and a touchdown and caught five passes for 60 yards and another score.

Wes Horton
News
The Panthers have listed WR Tavarres King, WR Marvin McNutt, CB Josh Norman, RB Jonathan Stewart, LB Dan Connor, OL Travis Bond and DE Wes Horton as inactive against the 49ers. 

Stewart attempted to get through practice this week despite a knee injury. The other six players are healthy scratches.

Mike Brown
News
The Panthers have signed wide receiver Mike Brown to a futures contract, according to jacksonville.com. Brown spent two seasons with the Jaguars, including 2013 when Brown caught 32 passes for 446 yards and two touchdowns. 

He played sparingly in 2014, catching just seven passes for 88 yards in five games for Jacksonville.

Charles Johnson
News
The Panthers will have Philly Brown, Thomas DeCoud and Melvin White on Saturday against the Seahawks.

All three players entered the game listed as questionable. Brown is dealing with a shoulder injury. DeCoud has a hamstring issue. White is battling an ankle injury.

The team will also have Derek Anderson, Charles Johnson, DeAngelo Williams and Fernando Velasco for the contest. All four players came into the game listed as probable. 

Joe Webb
News
The Panthers announced that the team has re-signed QB Joe Webb to a one-year contract. 

“Joe gives us continuity at the quarterback position,” head coach Ron Rivera said. “He is also a very versatile player. Not only has he played quarterback, but he has played wide receiver and on special teams, and gives us some depth there because of his athleticism and intelligence. We are very excited for him to continue to be part of what we’re trying to build here.”

Marcus Ball
News
The Panthers signed Saints free agent safety Marcus Ball , the team announced on Thursday. Ball made 16 tackles in 12 games last year, after signing with the Saints out of the CFL. 

The Panthers also released safety Kimario McFadden

Dwan Edwards
News
The Panthers re-signed defensive tackle Dwan Edwards to a two-year deal, reports the Charlotte Observer. The 33-year-old played in every game last season, recording 40 tackles, four sacks and an interception.

Carolina earlier re-signed another veteran defensive tackle, 34-year-old Colin Cole.

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Lou Young
News
The Ravens have brought tight end Phillip Supernaw back to the practice squad two days after releasing him. Cornerback Lou Young was waived to make room.

Supernaw has been active twice this season, but has yet to make a catch.

Teddy Williams
News
Cornerback Teddy Williams has been signed by the Panthers, reports NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport. The deal is for two years and $2.3 million. He will earn $900,000 in the first year of the contract.

Williams, 26, never played college football because it wasn't offered at his school. Primarily used on special teams, he has only played one snap on defense in the NFL. The Panthers will be his sixth team in the last five seasons.

David Mayo
News
The Panthers have announced the signing of three of their five selections from their 2015 draft. Linebacker Shaq Thompson (first round), offensive tackle Daryl Williams (fourth round) and linebacker David Mayo (fifth round) are ready to roll.

The versatile Thompson, who played both safety and running back at Washington, registered 81 tackles and six touchdowns his senior season.

Williams was a three-time All-Big 12 selection at Oklahoma.

Mayo was a three-year starter at Texas State and was named Sun Belt Defensive Player of the Year honors after a senior season in which he racked up 154 tackles, the second-highest total in the country.

Micanor Regis
News
The Panthers announced a couple of roster moves following a Week 15 victory over the Buccaneers. The team waived defensive tackle Micanor Regis and signed defensive tackle Kyle Love, according to the Charlotte Observer. Love started 24 games for the Patriots from 2011-12.
Star Lotulelei
News
Panthers defensive tackle Star Lotulelei suffered a stress reaction in his right foot, per the Charlotte Observer.

Lotulelei had surgery to repair a broken bone in that foot in January. 

He'll be shut down and reevaluated in "a few weeks". 

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Jarrett Boykin
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The Panthers signed free agent wide receiver Jarrett Boykin to a one-year deal Friday, per David Newton of ESPN.com. 

The 25-year-old receiver had a big campaign with the Packers in 2013, catching 49 passes for 681 yards, but fell out of favor last season, grabbing just three balls for 23 yards in 13 games. Boykin has 57 career receptions in three seasons, all with the Packers. 

Derek Anderson
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The Panthers will have Philly Brown, Thomas DeCoud and Melvin White on Saturday against the Seahawks.

All three players entered the game listed as questionable. Brown is dealing with a shoulder injury. DeCoud has a hamstring issue. White is battling an ankle injury.

The team will also have Derek Anderson, Charles Johnson, DeAngelo Williams and Fernando Velasco for the contest. All four players came into the game listed as probable. 

Jerricho Cotchery
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No Panthers receivers totaled more than five receptions for 47 yards Sunday against Cleveland, but a trio did make decent contributions.

Kelvin Benjamin finished with five catches for 47 yards, including an acrobatic 18-yarder in the second quarter. Fellow wideout Jerricho Cotchery added 46 yards on five receptions while tight end Ed Dickson had two catches for 44 yards. Among them was a huge 34-yarder with time ticking off the clock that iced the victory.

Mike Tolbert
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Panthers running back Mike Tolbert had two carries for seven yards and one catch for one yard and a touchdown in Carolina's 27-16 win Saturday against the Cardinals.

Tolbert ran out into the flat on the goal line when quarterback Cam Newton connected with him for a touchdown.

It was Tolbert's first score of the season after the veteran was only able to play in eight games this season due to injury.

The Panthers will find out where they will travel after Sunday's Lions and Cowboys game.

Chris Scott
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The Panthers and restricted free agent tackle Chris Scott have reached an agreement on a contract for 2015, Scott's agent announced on Twitter Monday.

Scott can still receive offers from other teams, but Carolina has the right to match it. Scott played eight games in 2014 for the Panthers and a career high 10 games in 2013. 

Davonte Wallace
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The Panthers signed two offensive linemen and released a running back to get their roster to 90 players on Tuesday. 

The Panthers signed Tony Hills and Davonte Wallace and released Darrin Reaves.

Hills played for Dallas last season, while Wallace spent time with Miami. Reaves rushed for 78 yards last year. 

Rakim Cox
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The Dolphins waived receivers Armon Binns and Ryan Spadola, tight end Brett Brackett, cornerback Steven Clarke, defensive end Rakim Cox, defensive tackle Cory Grissom and center Tyler Larsen. Miami also put defensive tackle A.J. Francis, running back Mike Gillislee and tight end Arthur Lynch on injured reserve, ending their seasons.
Scott Simonson
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The Raiders were busy on Thursday as they continued to alter their roster before the start of manadatory minicamp, Adam Caplan of ESPN.com reports.

The team cut tight end Scott Simonson and linebackers Jacoby Hale and Miles Burris.

Oakland added wide receiver Kris Durham and linebacker Chase Williams. 

Chris Houston
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Panthers cornerback Chris Houston has decided to call it a career and announced his retirement on Tuesday. Houston signed a one-year deal with the team last month. 

He missed the entire 2014 season while battling a toe injury and last played for the Lions in 2013. Houston played 99 career games, recording 13 interceptions and 324 tackles. 

Jason Trusnik
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The Panthers have signed linebacker Jason Trusnik to a one-year deal, the team announced.

"Jason is an experienced player who adds more competition to the linebacker position and has also been a special teams ace," coach Ron Rivera said. "I expect him to come in and be a leader. Even though he is new to us, he's got veteran savvy to him."

Trusnik made six starts while playing all 16 games with the Dolphins in 2014, racking up 48 tackles and intercepting one pass.

"First, I want to earn respect from my new teammates and coaches," Trusnik said. "It's a new team and I have to earn that. I want to continue to be the leader that I've been in the past and make plays, whether that be on special teams or on defense."

Tony Hills
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The Panthers signed two offensive linemen and released a running back to get their roster to 90 players on Tuesday. 

The Panthers signed Tony Hills and Davonte Wallace and released Darrin Reaves.

Hills played for Dallas last season, while Wallace spent time with Miami. Reaves rushed for 78 yards last year. 

Shaq Green-Thompson
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It wasn't an easy first day of rookie minicamp for the Panthers' top two 2015 draft picks. 

According to ESPN.com, linebacker Shaq Thompson , the team's first-round pick, tweaked his hamstring and receiver Devin Funchess , a second-rounder, began cramping and needed an IV. 

Funchess' issue won't be a big deal as he acclimates to the warmer climate in Charlotte. Thompson, however, could miss Saturday's minicamp practice. Panthers coach Ron Rivera said Thompson will be evaluated during the first 20 minutes of the installation portion. 

“You don’t want him to go out and hurt it so he can’t work out while he’s gone," Rivera said. “We’ve got to be smart about that."

J.J. Jansen
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Kurt Coleman
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The Panthers have signed free-agent safety Kurt Coleman to a two-year contract, the team announced Monday.

"Kurt gives us a versatile safety who can play both spots," head coach Ron Rivera said. "He's athletic, he's intelligent and will understand the system, having worked with Sean (McDermott) before. He's a very consistent player and also adds special teams ability. That is something we've talked about improving upon, and we've made some moves this offseason looking for guys that can help us on special teams."

Coleman believes he deserves a shot at cracking the starting lineup with his new team after making just three starts in 15 games played in his one season with the Chiefs.

"Whatever role they want me to play I am willing to do," Coleman said. "But I think I have worked my way to be a starter. I know I can play as a starter and be very productive."

Coleman recorded 37 tackles, three interceptions and six passes defensed in 2014.

Daryl Williams
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The Panthers have announced the signing of three of their five selections from their 2015 draft. Linebacker Shaq Thompson (first round), offensive tackle Daryl Williams (fourth round) and linebacker David Mayo (fifth round) are ready to roll.

The versatile Thompson, who played both safety and running back at Washington, registered 81 tackles and six touchdowns his senior season.

Williams was a three-time All-Big 12 selection at Oklahoma.

Mayo was a three-year starter at Texas State and was named Sun Belt Defensive Player of the Year honors after a senior season in which he racked up 154 tackles, the second-highest total in the country.

Matt Wile
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Andrew Norwell
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The Panthers unveiled its final injury report for Week 13 against Minnesota. Star Lotulelei (ankle) and Amini Silatolu (knee) were the only two players on the list labeled as questionable. Charles Johnson is battling flu-like symptoms and was ruled as questionable.

Meanwhile, the following four players were designated as probable for Sunday: Bene Benwikere (ankle), Philly Brown (illness), Andrew Norwell (thigh) and Mike Tolbert (knee).

Bene' Benwikere
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With the No. 148 pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, the Carolina Panthers selected cornerback Bene Benwikere from San Jose State.

Benwikere stands at 5-foot-11, 195 pounds, lacking some size at cornerback. He amassed 55 tackles along with five interceptions and 16 defended passes in 2013.
De'Andre Presley
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The Panthers announced a pair of roster moves on Monday. The team reinstated defensive end Frank Alexander to the 53-man active roster and placed wide receiver De'Andre Presley on injured reserve with a concussion.
Cameron Artis-Payne
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The Panthers have announced the signing of fifth-round running back Cameron Artis-Payne. Only second-rounder David Funchess remains unsigned among their 2015 draftees.

Artis-Payne thrived in his last season at Auburn, rushing for 1,608 yards on 303 carries and scoring 13 touchdowns. But his per-carry average fell from 6.7 in 2013 to 5.3.

Frank Alexander
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Panthers defensive end Frank Alexander was held out of Thursday's OTA session because of a groin injury, reports The Charlotte Observer. The extent of the injury is not known at this time.
Paul Browning
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The Panthers signed wide receiver Paul Browning on Sunday, the team announced. Browning was an undrafted free agent.
Ryan Kalil
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The Panthers have ruled out quarterback Cam Newton (back) and guard Amini Silatolu (knee) for Week 14 against Tampa Bay. Running back DeAngelo Williams (hand) was the only player on Carolina's final injury report ruled doubtful for the game.

The following players were deemed as probable: Wide receiver Philly Brown (shoulder), cornerback Carrington Byndom (illness), center Ryan Kalil (rest), linebacker A.J. Klein (knee), tight end Greg Olsen (knee), guard Chris Scott (foot), guard Amini Silatolu (knee) and running back Jonathan Stewart (hip).

Kyle Love
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Panthers starting defensive back Thomas DeCoud is inactive for Saturday's game against the Cardinals after battling a hamstring injury all week.

DeCoud, who has 50 total tackles in 15 games with one interception, was considered doubtful on the team's final injury report of the week. 

Other inactives for Carolina include: James Dockery , A.J. Klein, Kyle Love , David Foucault, Amini Siatolu and Frank Alexander

The Panthers are 5 1/2-point favorites heading into the matchup.

Fozzy Whittaker
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The Panthers announced they re-signed running back Fozzy Whittaker, linebacker Ben Jacobs and offensive lineman Brian Folkerts. All were exclusive rights free agents.

In 10 games last season, Whittaker ran 32 times for 145 yards (4.5 ypc) and a touchdown and caught five passes for 60 yards and another score.

Brandon Williams
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The Panthers unveiled a lengthy injury report for Sunday's game against Atlanta. Out of the 13 players listed on the report, Star Lotulelei (ankle) was the only player ruled out for Week 11. Bene Benwikere (ankle), Brandon Williams (foot) and Charles Johnson (rest) were labeled questionable.

The following players were deemed probable: Nate Chandler (toe), Jerricho Cotchery (hamstring), Roman Harper (rest), Kawann Short (ankle), Jonathan Stewart (ankle), Trai Turner (ankle), Melvin White (knee) and DeAngelo Williams (foot).

Arthur Miley
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Brenton Bersin
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Wide receiver Brenton Bersin was a pleasant surprise for the Panthers last season, but he will face some tougher competition to stick on the roster this year, per ESPN.com.

Berson nabbed 13 of 20 targets for 151 yards and a touchdown last season, but struggled on special teams, where his muffed punt in a playoff loss to the Cardinals was one of the key plays. 

This year, the Panthers have upgraded their talent at wide receiver, meaning Bersin could be the odd man out despite a good rapport with QB Cam Newton. 

"Every year you've got to make plays if you want to make the team," Bersin said. "I did it last year in camp and in the preseason. I've got to continue it this year."

Ricky Henry
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The Chiefs made two roster moves on Thursday, per KansasCity.com.

The team released guard Ricky Henry, who spent last season on the team's practice squad. 

The Chiefs also signed tight end Ryan Taylor, who was a Green Bay draft pick in 2011 and had eight catches in 45 games with the team.