John Miller agrees to deal with Panthers

Josh Alper
ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports

John Miller didn’t have to wait long to find a place to play after being released by the Bengals on Wednesday.

Agent Drew Rosenhaus told PFT that his client will sign a one-year deal with the Panthers. The deal is worth $4 million.

Miller signed a three-year deal with the Bengals last year and started 13 games, but found himself without a spot on the roster as the Bengals moved to sign players like Xavier Su'a-Filo, D.J. Reader and Trae Waynes this week.

The Panthers traded right guard Trai Turner and left guard Greg Van Roten is a free agent, so there are starting spots for the taking in Carolina headed into the 2020 season.

John Miller agrees to deal with Panthers originally appeared on Pro Football Talk

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