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Darnold to make $18.9 million after Panthers pick up option

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Darnold to make $18.9 million after Panthers grab alternative

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) – The Carolina Panthers upped their dedication to Sam Darnold on Friday, getting the fifth-year alternative on the quarterback’s newbie agreement. He will certainly currently make $18.9 million for the 2022 period.

Darnold’s agreement would certainly have run out after the 2021 period, and also he would certainly have come to be an unlimited freelance if the Panthers had actually not gotten the fifth-year alternative. With the action, the Panthers strengthened their quarterback placement for the following 2 periods.

Carolina handed down Ohio State quarterback Justin Area with the 8th choice in Thursday evening’s draft, rather taking cornerback Jaycee Horn from South Carolina, an additional indicator of Darnold’s standing.

“We brought Sam here for a reason and we are excited to see what he can do,” Rhule claimed Friday evening on the choice not to pick Area. “We traded for him because we believe in his potential.”

The group additionally lately traded Teddy Bridgewater, in 2014’s beginning quarterback, to the Denver Broncos for a 6th round draft choice.

Carolina obtained Darnold from the New York City Jets in April for a sixth-round choice in this year‘s draft and also 2nd- and also fourth-round choices in 2022. Darnold was the 3rd general choice by the New york city Jets in the 2018 draft.

The group additionally verified it has actually gotten pass receiver D.J. Moore’s fifth-year alternative, which will certainly pay him $11.1 million in 2022.

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