The Carolina Panthers are facing salary cap issues but not to the point that they could not bring back their special teams ace.
The team has re-signed Jordan Senn, a reserve linebacker and the Panthers’ captain on special teams. He agreed to a one-year contract, according to Joe Person of the Charlotte Observer, after making 15 tackles on special teams last season.
“I'm glad to be coming back and to get it done,” Senn told Person. “Sitting around last year wasn't real fun, not knowing what way it was going to go.”
The Panthers did not re-sign Senn until April last offseason but made him more of a priority this time around.
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