Offensive tackle Cam Erving has left the Dallas Cowboys in favor of a larger pay day with the Carolina Panthers. This move and a flurry of others come less than two hours after the NFL’s legal tampering window opened.
ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler reported the news via Twitter on Monday.
Offensive tackle Cam Erving and the Carolina Panthers are working on a deal for two years and $10 million with $8 million guaranteed, per source.
— Jeremy Fowler (@JFowlerESPN) March 15, 2021
The Cowboys signed Erving on a one-year deal at the tackle position. He was on and off the injured reserve list throughout his short tenure with Dallas. He was likely signed to be a swing tackle, but did not see much action at all. Before his stint there, he played with the Browns and Chiefs, winning Super Bowl LIV
Erving’s new deal is two-years in length worth up to $10 million, with $8 million guaranteed.
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