BREAKING: CB Juston Burris Signs with Panthers

Schuyler Callihan

The Carolina Panthers lost their number one corner James Bradberry to the New York Giants on Monday evening and have now added a corner to try and replace his productivity.

Moments ago, the Panthers and former Cleveland Browns cornerback Juston Burris agreed to a two-year, $8 million deal, per Adam Schefter of ESPN. 

Last year for the Browns, Burris racked up 32 tackles, two tackles for loss and grabbed two interceptions in 14 games - nine of which he started. Burris should help add depth to the Panthers secondary, but expect the front office to make a few more moves this off-season at the position.

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Ok, is he a CB or Safety? Can understand the mover if we bring him in as CB. Because why pay him over Boston if he's brought in as a Safety? Bring back Tre B. Please.