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Panthers re-sign safety Anderson Russell

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With Mike Mitchell set to become a free agent in March, the Carolina Panthers are likely going to be looking for help at the safety position this offseason.

They’ve elected to bring back a familiar face for some added depth in the interim.

According to Joseph Person of the Charlotte Observer, the team has re-signed safety Anderson Russell.

Russell played three games for Carolina in 2012 and was in training camp with the team last fall. He was waived/injured by the team during final cuts in August. He did not play for another team in 2013.

Russell also appeared in three games with the Miami Dolphins in 2012 and two games with the Washington Redskins in 2010.

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2 Responses to “Panthers re-sign safety Anderson Russell”
  1. pantherfan40 says: Feb 28, 2014 9:24 AM

    Why dident we just resign mitchell instead of this guy

  2. diehardcatz says: Mar 3, 2014 7:18 PM

    Mitchell was the best DB on this roster last year. He’s the reason our secondary didn’t completely suck. Why are we not trying to keep this guy? He can’t be that expensive. He was a nobody with Oakland. One decent season and now he costs too much? We got too many holes on offense to not keep this defense in tact.

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