Two days after the beginning of the 2013 NFL Free Agency period, let's take a look at where your team stands.
Former Panthers cornerback Chris Gamble is retiring, his agent said Monday.
The Panthers released cornerback Chris Gamble on Friday.
With 2012 in the books for the Panthers, we're looking ahead -- to free agency, the draft and, ultimately, the 2013 season. Just six months to go.
Cleveland and Miami have the most room under the salary cap, but Jason La Canfora says there are many moves to be made across the NFL before next week, when the calendar turns on the league year.
The combine isn't the only factor in who gets drafted where, but it's definitely capable of turning a prospect's fortunes around -- for better or worse. Here's Will Brinson's first 2013 mock draft, before the scouting combine.
When new Carolina Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman inherited the position last month, his team was in salary-cap purgatory by being roughly $15 million over the cap. Gettleman has worked feverishly to get the Panthers under the cap by restructuring deals for running back Jonathan Stewart and center Ryan Kalil.
According to a report, cutting cornerback Chris Gamble is likely to be the Panthers' 'first major move' of the 2013 offseason.
The Jets and Saints find themselves in a salary cap mess and big moves will be necessary. Jason La Canfora breaks down which teams figure to be shedding or adding big salaries this offseason.
Cam Newton and the Panthers' offense weren't able to build on 2011, but the Carolina defense showed strong improvement. Here's how the different components of the team graded out:

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