The Carolina Panthers have a couple new faces to fit in at tight end. In the 2021 NFL draft, they took Notre Dame’s Tommy Tremble in the third round. In free agency, they signed former Cardinals and Saints veteran Dan Arnold.
Just before the start of training camp, the Panthers signed offensive tackle Taylor Moton to a four-year, $72 million deal. Since Moton agreed to a long-term extension, there has been some speculation that he will flip over to the left side and take over the left tackle position - a position that has been a sore spot for Carolina over the years.
Hours after releasing DB J.T. Ibe, the Panthers have filled his spot on the 90-man roster by claiming linebacker Nate Hall off the waiver wire. Hall’s NFL career began with the Cowboys in 2019 as an undrafted free agent out of Northwestern.