Panthers sign Eric Reid to 1-year deal — National Football League free agency

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And I don't think Reid's case is defeated by this. "He deserves to play".

The Panthers also offer him a better chance at winning, emphasized with quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo suffering a season-ending ACL tear in Sunday's loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. The two were teammates with the San Francisco 49ers in 2017.

Stills describes Reid as an impact player who should have been signed the first day of free agency. "I can't wait to see him ball".

Reid signed a one-year deal with the Panthers for a $1 million base salary that could be worth a maximum of $1.9 million through incentives for playing time and Pro Bowl, along with per-game roster bonuses, the NFL Network reported.

When told after practice Thursday, Hyde responded, "For real?" He's seen here last month, watching the U.S. Open tennis tournament with former teammate Colin Kaepernick.

Eric Reid finally found a home.

"Oh, yeah, definitely", Shanahan said on "49ers Game Plan", which airs Saturday night on NBC Bay Area at 8 p.m. "E-Reid was definitely someone we were interested in". McCourty viewed the Panthers' decision to bring Reid as a positive step toward ending this "blackballing".

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Justin Reid said his brother is in good shape and has stayed prepared for this opportunity to rejoin the NFL.

Eric Reid, who has been out of the NFL since filing a grievance against the league in May, alleging that teams were colluding to deny him a job, has been signed by the Carolina Panthers.

"He has was the FIRST person to kneel alongside me".

Eric Reid is back in the NFL. "One out of two signed", he said. Terms of the deal were not announced Thursday. As a result, he filed a collusion grievance against the National Football League in May.

Reid said in March that he wouldn't take a knee during the national anthem when he returned to the field, and would instead raise awareness for social justice causes in other ways.

General manager Marty Hurney echoed the "football decision" line in his official statement on the signing, as well. "After we put Da'Norris Searcy on injured reserve, Ron [Rivera] and I discussed our options, and Eric was at the top of our list".

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