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Panthers left tackle Jordan Gross, who has the most career starts in team history, has been asked to restructure his contract to help the Panthers clear salary cap space, two league sources said Saturday, according to Joseph Person of the Charlotte Observer.
Gross, 32, has a cap number this year of $11.7 million. Only Panthers defensive end Charles Johnsons is higher at $13 million.
Gross said he wants the Panthers to be successful, but stopped short of saying he would agree to a reduced salary.
Theres two sides to football the football side and the business side. In the offseason, you deal with the business side, Gross said Saturday in a phone interview. Right now the Panthers and I are trying to work out the best solution to help this team move forward.
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Cornerback Chris Gamble was released from the Carolina Panthers last week in what is considered to be a salary cap maneuver.
Although he would not have a problem finding work, Gamble has decided to walk away from the field after dealing with a recent rash of injuries.
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Deciding to focus on life after football, former Carolina Panthers corner back Chris Gamble will retire (Credit: AP Photo)
Corner back Chris Gamble, formerly of the Carolina Panthers, found himself headed for the free agent market after being cut by the Panthers, who drafted him back in 2004. However, Gamble has decided that he would rather hang up the cleats and call it a career...
According to ESPN’s Josina Anderson, free agent cornerback Chris Gamble plans on retiring after being released by the Panthers last week.
Agent Carl Poston just told me that Chris Gamble informed him last night that he wants to retire. His full quote is coming next.
— Josina Anderson (@JosinaAnderson) March 11, 2013
This is quite a shock, since numerous teams have been interested...
The Carolina Panthers released veteran corner back Chris Gamble last week in a cost-cutting move by the franchise. Gamble, the all-time interception leader for the Panthers informed his agent last night that he does not want to pursue free agency and he has instead opted to retire according to several accounts. Although he dealt with a should injury last season that limited his playing...
You can cross one name off the list of potential Patriots cornerbacks: Chris Gamble.
The 30-year-old Ohio State product informed his agent on Sunday night that he plans to retire, according to Josina Anderson of ESPN.com. Gamble was released by the Panthers on March 8.
Gamble was one of the best cornerbacks in the league during his nine-year career. He only played four games in 2012...
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Former Panthers cornerback Chris Gamble has told his agent that he plans to retire. SOURCE: Josina Anderson, ESPNFantasy Spin:Gamble was released by Carolina last week. He's only 30 and last season was the first time he's ever struggled with injuries (missed 12 games with a shoulder injury). Maybe Gamble will reconsider if he gets an offer to his liking later this offseason...
The Carolina Panthers released veteran cornerback Chris Gamble in a move to clear salary-cap space last week.
Now, Gamble is going to retire after nine seasons in the NFL, all in Carolina. Today is Gambles 30th birthday.
Gambles agent Carl Poston told Josina Anderson of ESPN that his client wishes to walk away from the game instead of seeking a new team in free agency....
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According to his agent Carl Poston, Chris Gamble has decided to retire and "focus on life after football." Gamble was cut on Saturday from the Carolina Panthers and the Patriots had reportedly showed interest in him...