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Panthers free agent offensive lineman Geoff Schwartz is scheduled to visit the San Francisco 49ers this week after he meets with the Minnesota Vikings on Monday, according to a league source with knowledge of the situation. Schwartz grew up in California as a 49ers fan. Schwartz, 25, is also being pursued by the Detroit Lions. Schwartz became an unrestricted free agent when the Panthers didn't give him a restricted free agent tender offer. The 6-foot-6, 331-pounder from the University of Oregon is a former Panthers seventh-round draft pick who started every game two seasons ago. Source: Scout.com
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According to Joseph Person of the Charlotte Observer, free agent running back Mike Tolbert is scheduled to visit with the Carolina Panthers.
If the Panthers end up signing Tolbert, it could mean the Panthers will likely place either DeAngelo Williams or Jonathan Stewart on the trade block. Person points out that it would likely be Stewart on the way out, since he’s going...
The Panthers announced the signing of Mike Tolbert Monday, sparking speculation that they may trade one of their running backs. Carolina already has DeAngelo Williams, Jonathan Stewart, and Mike Goodson under contract at the position. Stewart will be a free agent after the season. Williams signed a five-year contract last July and would likely have less value on the trade market...
There were more than a few eyebrows raised over the weekend when a report surfaced that the Carolina Panthers brought free agent RB Mike Tolbert in for a visit, prompting speculation that the team could have Jonathan Stewart on the trade block. The Panthers are one of the deepest teams at the running back position. Along with Stewart, the Panthers have DeAngelo Williams...
The agent for free agent running back Mike Tolbert says his client has signed a four-year contract with the Carolina Panthers.
Joel Turner says his client is so excited about joining Carolina that ''he left over $1 million on the table from San Diego - that's how bad he wanted to play there.''
Turner did not release financial terms.
Tolbert spent all four seasons...
Running back Mike Tolbert has agreed to a four-year deal with the Carolina Panthers, according to Jason LaCanfora of the NFL Network.
Tolbert will now enter a crowded backfield in Carolina and will fight for carries with DeAngelo Williams, Jonathan Stewart, plus quarterback Cam Newton. But perhaps Tolbert will work as the goal-line back, and the Panthers could opt to...
Because linebacker Thomas Davis was willing to give up some money, he got a chance to come back to the Carolina Panthers.
Because left guard Travelle Wharton wouldn't, he went on the market until being signed by Cincinnati.
Free agent RB Mike Tolbert has agreed to a four-year deal with the Carolina Panthers according to Jason LaCanfora on Twitter. The move to bring in Mike Tolbert for an interview has fueled speculation that the Carolina Panthers are going to place RB Jonathan Stewart on the trading block.Tolbert had been linked to the Kansas City Chiefs and even the Pittsburgh Steelers...
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The Carolina Panthers and running back Mike Tolbert came to terms on a four-year deal, a league source told NFL.com's Jason La Canfora on Monday.
Financial terms were not disclosed.
Tolbert is coming off two productive seasons with the San Diego Chargers.
After he had 735 yards and 11 touchdowns in 2010, the 26-year-old Tolbert followed that up with eight touchdowns rushing...
Free agent running back Mike Tolbert is scheduled to visit the Panthers this weekend, a league source said Saturday. Tolbert, 26, who played four seasons in San Diego, visited the Kansas City Chiefs earlier this week and also has drawn interest from San Francisco and Pittsburgh. Joel Turner, Tolbert's agent, said Tolbert is visiting a team this weekend, but would not confirm...
According to Jason LaCanfora of the NFL Network, the Carolina Panthers have signed running back Mike Tolbert to a four-year deal.
With the addition of Tolbert, I wouldn’t be surprised if Jonathan Stewart ends up being traded, since he’s going into the final year of his current contract.
Tolbert carried the ball 121 times for 490 yards and 8 touchdowns in 2011.
Despite possessing over $40 million in salary cap room, the Cincinnati Bengals have been extremely quiet in the opening days of free agency. That is until today, as Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports the team has signed guard Travelle Wharton. Wharton was released earlier this week by the Carolina Panthers, where he had started 99 games in the eight seasons since being...