What is the spending per position of the Panthers?

The Carolina Panthers did a lot. moving and shaking This is the offseason. What does their book look like after an active March?

We are here with the bulk of our agency free and some help from Over the CapThe Panthers are ranked in the spending of each position at.

Quarterback: 31st

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2023 spending: $4.2 Million

As long as Carolina doesn’t go completely rogue, this number will shoot up by approximately $7.4 million—the projected cap hit for the No. 1. Overall pick. However, the newly-inked Andy Dalton is the main contributor to that figure with a cap of $2.1 million.

Back to running: 28th

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2023 spending: $5.2 Million

Even when you have a four-year, $25.4 million deal for Miles Sanders, the Panthers won’t be paying much for their backfield in 2023. Like much of their free-agent signings this offseason, Sanders—who accounts for a $2.5 million hit this year—has a backloaded pact.

Wide receiver: 29th

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2023 spending: $11.9million

The Panthers have also added Adam Thielen to their roster, as well as DJ Chark. They’ll be taking up $3.3 million and $1.8 million, respectively.

Tight end: 18th

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2023 spending: $9.2million

Given the alarming lack of production from the tight end position, this ranking may come as a bit of a surprise—even with Hayden Hurst now onboard. Remember, Ian Thomas was signed A three-year, $16.9million extension was approved last offseason. It will be the 11th-highest individual limit in 2023.

Offensive Line: 27th

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2023 spending: $34.3 Million

The Panthers have a strong record of success.  Is it a relatively low-cost offensive line? It’s a great time to be alive Plus, there are many other benefits. the return Center Bradley Bozeman: Each starter is under contract for at most the next two years.

Interior defensive line: 22nd

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2023 spending: $16.0 Million

The team’s fourth highest cap hit in 2023 is at $7.5million for defensive tackle Derrick Brown.

Edge: 15th

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2023 spending$24.7 Million

Brian Burns, who’ll be transitioning from defensive end to outside linebacker soon, should also be transitioning his $16.0 million tag into an even bigger number on a long-term extension. That’s the deal. per general manager Scott Fitterer could be done after the draft.

Linebacker: 4th

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2023 spending$21.4 million

The Panthers are a great team. reworked Shaq Thompson’s deal a few weeks ago, he’ll still stand as the second-highest cap hit on the team at $14.0 million.

Cornerback: 18th

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2023 spending: $19.7 Million

Jaycee and Jaycee, Panthers starters at $7.4 million and $5.9 million respectively, have the highest cap numbers in 2023.

Safety: 17th

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2023 spending$14.4 Million

Carolina has offered free-agent deals for Vonn Bell and Xavier Woods over the past two offseasons. They’re also up for a $3.3 million hit on Jeremy Chinn.

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