Steelers agreed to terms with FS Mike Mitchell, formerly of the Panthers, on a five-year, $25 million contract.
The Eagles have "reached out" to free agent SS Mike Mitchell.
The Charlotte Observer reports the Redskins and Eagles are showing the "most interest" in free agent FS Mike Mitchell.
The Charlotte Observer reports free agent FS Mike Mitchell is drawing interest from the Bears, Eagles, Broncos and Falcons.
The Charlotte Observer expects free agents FS Mike Mitchell and WR/KR Ted Ginn Jr. to hit the open market.
The Panthers will reportedly "look to lock up" free agent FS Mike Mitchell.
ESPN Redskins reporter John Keim hears the team likes free agent FS Mike Mitchell.
The Charlotte Observer expects the Panthers to make re-signing FS Mike Mitchell a priority.
Coach Ron Rivera says the Panthers will use a strong safety rotation with Mike Mitchell returning from his calf injury.
Panthers SS Mike Mitchell (calf) returned to practice Wednesday.
Mike Mitchell has won the Panthers' starting strong safety job.
Mike Mitchell has gotten the majority of first-team strong safety reps at Panthers camp.
Panthers coach Ron Rivera expects Mike Mitchell and D.J. Campbell to compete at strong safety.
The Charlotte Observer believes S Michael Mitchell would start over Haruki Nakamura and D.J. Campbell if the season started today.