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Alan "Blue Balls" Ball leaves Panther offer on table

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updated link from 3/20 4pm  

http://nfltraderumors.co/panthers-sign-cb-alan-ball-to-a-one-year-2m-deal/

 

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David Newton reports that free agent CB Alan Ball has left his visit with the Panthers without a contract.

  • Newton adds that Ball still hasn’t ruled out signing with the Panthers.

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1-Yr/ 2M deal, According to National Football Post .

 

http://www.nationalfootballpost.com/source-panthers-sign-alan-ball-to-one-year-2-million-deal/

 

 

 

The Carolina Panthers have  offered cornerback Alan Ball a one-year, $2 million contract, according to a league source.

Ball hasn’t agreed to terms yet, though, and is weighing the Panthers’ offer and his options with other NFL teams.

Ball would get a $1 million signing bonus and a $950,000 base salary with a $50,000 workout bonus.

Ball has up to $500,000 in playtime incentives.

 

 

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@RavensInsider: Alan Ball Panthers deal $2 million, $1M bonus $950,000 salary, $50,00 workout bonus, according to a league source, up to $500K playtime inc.

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Anyone has pff info on him? I do feel better now that we signed a CB other than Teddy Williams.

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Jags fans said he was a pretty good corner. Just no room for him. Another solid depth and probably special teams signing for Getts.

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We love former Jags now huh

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I enjoy his shows Six Feet Under and Banshee.'

 

True Blood was OK at the beginning then got really really stupid. 

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He's 6'2. Only played 7 games this year. Last year had 14 passes defended and 2 interceptions.

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He's an 8 yr guy.

Had some good seasons with the Jags and Cowboys.

Could be a diamond in the rough.

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