Panthers re-signing RG John Miller to 1-year deal

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Slowly but surely, the pieces for the Carolina Panthers 2021 offensive line are coming together.

According to a report by Jonathan Alexander at the Charlotte Observer, Carolina is re-signing starting right guard John Miller to a one-year deal.

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Miller was a third-round pick by the Bills back in 2015. He played four years in Buffalo, followed by one season in Cincinnati before signing with the Panthers last March.

There are no financial details available at this time, but we can probably assume Miller’s contract won’t set the team back too much.

With Miller back in the fold, four starters up front are secured. Right tackle Taylor Moton has signed his franchise tag, center Matt Paradis restructured his contract and will come back for at least one more season and Pat Elflein projects as the starting left guard.

All that’s left to do is find a new starting left tackle, which is obviously easier said than done. The best options on the market include Eric Fisher, Russell Okung and Alejandro Villanueva.

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