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The Panthers are about $15 million over the reported $121.1 million salary cap. Teams must be below the cap by 4 p.m. on March 12, giving new general manager Dave Gettleman a month to decide who stays and who goes, Joseph Person of the Charlotte Observer reports.
League sources expect Gettlemans first major move to be the release of veteran cornerback Chris Gamble, which would free up $7.9 million in cap space.
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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...
1. Defensive Tackle
The Carolina Panthers selected Sione Fua and Terrell McClain in the third round of the 2011 draft to solidify their interior line. McClain is now gone and Fua is coming off another disappointing year. The Panthers top priority this offseason needs to be to solve their issues up front on defense.
2. Wide Receiver
Steve Smith is still playing at a high level and...
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...
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