As we sift through the rubble of Wednesday’s restricted free agency eruption, we’re putting together a mental list of players that could be targeted for offer sheets.
Add Carolina cornerback Richard Marshall to the list. He was tendered at a second-round level, which isn’t too high for a starter coming off an impressive season.
The Panthers also placed second round tenders on tight end Jeff King and defensive tackle Louis Leonard, according to the Charlotte Observer.
Carolina put original round tenders three defenders: linebacker James Anderson (third round), defensive tackle Tank Tyler (third round), and defensive back C.J. Wilson (seventh round.)
The Panthers also threw three players back into the pool: kicker Rhys Lloyd, tackle Rob Petitti, and safety Quinton Teal.
UPDATE: Linebacker Thomas Davis was handed a first-round tender.