The Panthers have spent plenty of money in the early days of free agency. And they could be spending some more.
Steve Reed of the Gaston Gazette reports that the Panthers are interested in free-agent cornerback Carlos Rogers.
Rogers, the ninth overall pick in the 2005 draft, has spent his entire career with the Redskins. He expressed frustration in May regarding the perception that he’s the No. 2 corner, behind DeAngelo Hall.
In Carolina, Rogers would fill the void created when Richard Marshall took a one-year deal with the Cardinals.