Free agent LB James Anderson worked out for the Patriots last week.
Bears signed LB James Anderson, formerly of the Panthers.
Panthers will release LB James Anderson.
Panthers SLB James Anderson expects the Carolina defensive to dial up more pressure in 2012.
Panthers coach Ron Rivera revealed that SLB James Anderson played the second half of the 2011 season with an ankle injury.
Coach Ron Rivera has "a little bit of a concern" after SLB James Anderson rolled his ankle in Thursday's practice.
Panthers agreed to terms with SLB James Anderson on a five-year, $22 million contract.
The player rep for free agent OLB James Anderson confirmed that his goal is to work out a deal with the Panthers during the three-day exclusive window for negotiations.
Free agent OLB James Anderson feels "pretty confident" that the Panthers will re-sign him after the lockout.
The Charlotte Observer expects James Anderson to be re-signed as the Panthers' starting strong-side linebacker.
The Panthers are not expected to make re-signing free agent SLB James Anderson an offseason priority.
Panthers SLB James Anderson sustained a concussion in Week 12 against the Browns.
Panthers strong-side linebacker James Anderson leads the team in tackles through Week 9.
James Anderson is locked into the starting strong-side linebacker job.