Panthers, LS JJ Jansen reportedly agree to terms on 1-year deal

243 games and counting.

As first reported by Joseph Person of The Athletic on Friday afternoon, the Carolina Panthers will be bringing back longtime long snapper JJ Jansen for the 2024 campaign. The agreement, per Person, will be a one-year deal.

Jansen, who was slated to become a free agent next week, would be sticking around for his 16th season with the Panthers. He is currently the franchise’s all-time leader in games played, as he’s notched 243 consecutive appearances since joining the team way back in 2009.

The former Pro Bowler has, obviously, experienced quite a bit as the organization’s longest-tenured player. Dave Canales will be the fifth full-time head coach Jansen has played under in Carolina—joining the ranks of John Fox, Ron Rivera, Matt Rhule and Frank Reich.

Additionally, he has been around for three NFC South titles, four overall playoff berths and the franchise’s last trip to the Super Bowl in 2015.

Story originally appeared on Panthers Wire