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May 10, 2012

Panthers agree to terms with D.J. Campbell

The Panthers have agreed to terms with seventh-round pick D.J. Campbell on a four-year contract, and are expected to begin signing their draft picks before the team's rookie minicamp this weekend.

Michael Hoffman, Campbell's agent, confirmed the agreement with Campbell, a former free safety at Cal.

Campbell, who went to high school in Las Vegas with the nieces of Panthers coach Ron Rivera, had 71 tackles and two interceptions last season at Cal, Rivera's alma mater.

He is the first Panthers' draft pick known to have agreed to terms.

--Joseph Person

Posted by Observer Sports on May 10, 2012 at 06:24 PM | Permalink

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