Panthers re-signed restricted free agent OT Byron Bell to a one-year, $2.187 million contract.
Panthers coach Ron Rivera is convinced Byron Bell will benefit from moving to left tackle this season.
Byron Bell is currently penciled in as the Panthers' starting left tackle.
Coach Ron Rivera confirmed at the league meetings that the Panthers are considering shifting Byron Bell to left tackle.
Panthers extended a second-round tender to restricted free agent RT Byron Bell.
Coach Ron Rivera said restricted free agent RT Byron Bell could replace retired Jordan Gross at left tackle.
ESPN Panthers reporter David Newton believes restricted free agent Byron Bell could be replaced at right tackle.
Panthers RT Byron Bell will be the team's starting right tackle for the third consecutive season.
Panthers OL Byron Bell will move back to right tackle after starting at right guard in Week 7.
Coach Ron Rivera expects RT Byron Bell (ankle) and LB Thomas Davis (hamstring) to be available at Atlanta after missing Week 3.
Although Garry Williams and Bruce Campbell are in the mix, coach Ron Rivera expects Byron Bell to take over as the starting right tackle following the Jeff Otah trade.
Byron Bell opened Panthers OTAs as the team's first-string right tackle, ahead of Jeff Otah.
Undrafted rookie Byron Bell will take over as the Panthers' starting right tackle after Jeff Otah (back, knee) was placed on injured reserve.
Undrafted rookie Byron Bell will start this week at right tackle in place of Jeff Otah, who sustained a concussion in Week 1.