The Panthers have announced they've re-signed Edwards.|||||||
Edwards started 14 games and posted a career-high six sacks last season with Carolina, third-most among NFL defensive tackles. He also had 52 tackles. The 31-year-old Edwards is expected to be a starter this season.
The Panthers have announced they've made a move at defensive tackle, signing free agent Dwan Edwards and waiving last year's third-round draft pick Terrell McClain. Terms of Edwards' deal were not immediately available.|||||||
Edwards played the last two seasons with the Buffalo Bills after spending six years with the Baltimore Ravens. The 6-foot-3, 301-pound Edwards has played in 85 games with 45 starts during his NFL career.
A person familiar with the move says the Buffalo Bills have released Edwards. The person confirmed Edwards' release on Friday, speaking on the condition of anonymity because the team hasn't made an announcement. Edwards is an eight-year NFL veteran, and preparing to enter his third season with Buffalo.|||||||
Edwards was a two-year starter as a defensive end with the Bills, but was preparing to play a backup role at tackle position after the team switched to a 4-3 lineup this season. He had two years left on the $18 million contract, and scheduled to make a $4.1 million base salary this season.
Edwards is done for the season after being placed on injured reserve Thursday because of a hamstring injury.|||||||
Edwards signed with the Bills this past offseason as a free agent, and had started all 11 games. He was injured in Sunday's overtime loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Edwards has signed a four-year contract with the Buffalo Bills.|||||||
A person familiar with the negotiations told The Associated Press early Wednesday morning that the contract potentially is worth $18 million. The person spoke on the condition of anonymity because the deal has not yet been announced by the Bills. Edwards is a six-year NFL veteran, who played his entire career with Baltimore. He missed the entire 2008 season with a neck injury, but bounced back last year, with 56 tackles and two sacks in 18 games, including playoffs.