The Carolina Panthers have taken a big step toward reviving their offensive line by agreeing to terms Tuesday afternoon with veteran center Matt Paradis, according to a league source.
Paradis is allowed to sign the deal, which according to the source is worth three years and $27 million, after 4 p.m. on Wednesday.
He will also have to pass a physical first. Paradis broke his fibula last October and had double-hip surgery prior to the 2016 season. He recently told NFL Network that he’ll be cleared to play in June.
But prior to breaking his leg, Paradis had not missed a regular-season snap for Denver since becoming the Broncos’ starting center in 2015.
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