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Captain Munnerlyn indicates he’s re-signing with Panthers

Captain Munnerlyn indicates he’s re-signing with Panthers

Panthers cornerback Captain Munnerlyn tweeted Wednesday night that he will be re-signing with Carolina. According to Joseph Person of the Charlotte Observer, Munnerlyn’s deal with Carolina is for one year. The Bears had also offered Munnerlyn a one-year
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