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The Carolina Panthers are currently sitting close to $15 million over the salary cap, so it’s safe to assume that roster moves will be coming for this team.
Joe Person of the Charlotte Observer takes a look at a number of players that fall into the cap casualty category.
League sources have informed Person that CB Chris Gamble is likely to be cut loose given that he has a $10.9 million cap figure.
There has been a lot of speculation that Gamble would be released and the fact that they could save $7.9 million in cap space makes this seem like a pretty obvious move for the Panthers. Gamble, 29, suffered a shoulder injury back in October that forced Carolina to place him on season-ending injured reserve.
It really wouldn’t be surprising to see them target a cornerback in this year’s draft. Normally, I’d suggest that they could sign one of the numerous options available in this year’s free agent market, but until we see how much cap room they have to work with, it’s safer t...
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According to the Charlotte Observer, Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman is expected to release cornerback Chris Gamble to free up $7.9 million of cap space. You also have to wonder if Gettleman will look to get rid of either DeAngelo Williams or Jonathan Stewart, with all of the money tied up in both running backs. The Panthers have a lot of tough decisions to make this offseason...
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Charlotte's City Council has agreed to a plan that would give the Carolina Panthers nearly $144 million from a food-and-beverage tax hike to pay for upgrades to its downtown stadium, Mayor Anthony Foxx said Friday.
Foxx said North Carolina General Assembly approval would be needed for the city to increase its prepared food-and-beverage tax by one cent. That part of the deal...
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) Charlotte's City Council has agreed to a plan that would give the Carolina Panthers nearly 144 million from a food-and-beverage tax hike to pay for upgrades to its downtown stadium, Mayor Anthony Foxx said Friday.
Foxx said North Carolina General Assembly approval would be needed for the city to increase its prepared food-and-beverage tax by one cent....