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...
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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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...
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...
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- The Panthers released starting cornerback Chris Gamble on Friday in a move that will get them under this year's NFL salary cap.
By releasing Gamble the Panthers will save 7.9 million under this year's salary cap.
The former first-round pick who has played his entire career with the Panthers immediately becomes a free agent.
The Panthers selected Gamble...
According to Aaron Wilson of Scout.com, the Carolina Panthers have released cornerback Chris Gamble.
Panthers cut cornerback Chris Gamble
— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) March 8, 2013
Gamble is still a viable number two corner, but had a cap number that was over $10 million for this coming season. This move should get the Panthers under the cap.
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The Panthers have released starting cornerback Chris Gamble in a move that will get them under this year's NFL salary cap.
By releasing Gamble the Panthers will save $7.9 million under this year's salary cap. He becomes a free agent.
The Panthers selected Gamble with the 28th overall pick in the 2004 draft out of Ohio State.
Gamble has played in 123 career regular season...
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March 08, 2013
The Carolina Panthers have been expected to cut ties with
cornerback Chris Gamble this offseason, and that remains the case, as Joe Person of The Charlotte Observer told WFNZ-AM that “all indications I’ve
received are that he’s gone.”
It doesn't look like Gamble will be returning at a reduced
rate, either. "All indications I've received are that he's gone...
The Carolina Panthers announced today that they’ve placed cornerback Chris Gamble on injured reserve. He’ll be undergoing season ending shoulder surgery.Gamble is the Panthers’ best corner and there’s no doubt he’ll be missed.
As if the Carolina Panthers defense needed any more bad news, CB Chris Gamble has been ruled out for Sunday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys. Gamble is scheduled for an MRI to determine if he has a torn labrum, and if he does, he will likely wind up on the injured reserve list which would end his season.
Gamble originally injured his shoulder against the Atlanta Falcons in September...