Posted March 07, 2012 on
The Carolina Panthers have signed former Kansas City Chiefs kicker Justin Medlock.
The former UCLA kicker tried out for the New York Jets recently.
Medlock kicked for the CFL's Hamilton Tiger-Cats last season after being traded from the Edmonton Eskimos last year.
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The Carolina Panthers signed kicker Justin Medlock to a three-year contract Wednesday.Medlock will earn $390,000 in 2012 with base salaries of $480,000 and $570,000 for 2013 and 2014.Medlock has spent the last three years in the Canadian Football League. He made 49 of 55 field goal attempts for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats last season.The 28-year-old is a former fifth-round draft choice...
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