San Francisco defensive back Perrish Cox (20) could be the guy the Carolina Panthers wanted Antoine Cason to be last year. He stands to make more than $1 million next season, and his ability to return punts will interest a Panthers team still trying to figure out that special teams position.
San Francisco defensive back Perrish Cox (20) could be the guy the Carolina Panthers wanted Antoine Cason to be last year. He stands to make more than $1 million next season, and his ability to return punts will interest a Panthers team still trying to figure out that special teams position. Ezra Shaw GETTY
San Francisco defensive back Perrish Cox (20) could be the guy the Carolina Panthers wanted Antoine Cason to be last year. He stands to make more than $1 million next season, and his ability to return punts will interest a Panthers team still trying to figure out that special teams position. Ezra Shaw GETTY

Panthers could wait for defensive back market to settle

March 05, 2015 11:43 AM

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