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Panthers preseason report: Week two Last night I went live on CSR’s Facebook page to talk about all the storylines and position battles leading up to the Carolina Panthers first preseason game against the Buffalo Bills. I covered a very wide range of topics in almost an hour long podcast [url= http://www.thepanthersclub....sey/]Youth Daryl Williams Jersey[/url] , and if you missed it on the front end, here is the replay for your consumption:Quick summary of what was covered:Kelvin Benjamin beefTyler Larsen extensionPanthers logo at midfield hypeThomas Davis claiming this might not be his last seasonTraining camp risersShaq ThompsonJarius WrightDamiere ByrdMarquis HaynesDonte JacksonIan ThomasTraining camp fallersBackup QBsJeremiah SirlesCaptain MunnerlynCorn ElderDaeshon HallPosition Battles in-depth, left guard, cornerback, is Tyler Larsen the actual starter at left guard? Is Brendan Mahon a legitimate option to start?Who will have the biggest first year impact? D.J. Moore or Donte Jackson?Reader Q&A and a whole lot of random stuff. The Panthers have filled one major hole on their roster via free agency."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Keep Sounding PodcastPanthers 2019 NFL DraftCSR Film RoomNFL Free AgencyCarolina Panthers free agency 2019Carolina Panthers sign center Matt Paradis to three-year [url= http://www.thepanthersclub..../]Stitched Daryl Williams Jersey[/url] , $27 million contractNew,277commentsThe Panthers have filled one major hole on their roster via free agency.EDTShareTweetShareShareCarolina Panthers sign center Matt Paradis to three-year, $27 million contractUpdate: The details of the contract are out, and the first year carries a cap hit of $3.8 million for the Panthers. Year 2 carries a cap hit of $8.3 million and Year 3 carries a cap hit of $9.8 million. There are two voidable years (2022 and 2023) at the end of the contract that void if Paradis is on the roster after Super Bowl LVI (Feb. 2022).Here’s a brief explanation of how those void years work from Nick Korte at Over the Cap:The Panthers can split this $3.6 million cap hit into two chunks if they give Paradis a contract extension.There’s no denying that Hurney used some creative accounting to get this deal done. I’m not the biggest fan of adding $3.6 million in dead money to the salary cap four years from now, but if the Panthers can come to terms on a contract extension within the next three years it will work out alright for both parties. And for what it’s worth [url= http://www.thepanthersclub....sey/]Youth Michael Palardy Jersey[/url] , Korte thinks the Panthers got a good deal for Paradis.The Carolina Panthers have signed free agent center Matt Paradis to a three-year, $27 million contract according to a report from ESPN’s Adam Schefter.Paradis has spent his career with the Denver Broncos after being selected in the sixth round of the 2014 NFL Draft. He spent his college career at Boise State.The Panthers needed to add a center to the roster after Ryan Kalil announced his retirement last year. Paradis brings the Panthers some much-needed veteran stability at arguably the most important position on the offensive line, and his relative youth (he’s only 29) allows them to potentially give him a second contract if the first three years work out in their favor.Paradis will be required to pass a physical before the contract becomes official. He was placed on injured reserve by the Broncos in November after suffering a broken leg, but has claimed that he is healthy and ready to go in 2019.Assuming there are no snags with the physical, this signing allows the Panthers to focus on other positions of need with their first picks in the upcoming draft. Former N.C. State standout center Garrett Bradbury was among those rumored to be on Carolina’s radar in the first round [url= http://www.thepanthersclub..../]Stitched Michael Palardy Jersey[/url] , but now that the Panthers have locked up Paradis for the next three years they can shift their focus to a pass rusher or offensive tackle with the No. 16 overall pick.What do you think of this move, Panthers fans? Share your thoughts with us!