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Dan Arnold reportedly agrees to terms on a two-year deal with Carolina

by Matthew MacKay | Jaguars Correspondent | Fri, Mar 19th 9:37pm EDT

Former Arizona Cardinals TE Dan Arnold has reportedly agreed to terms on a two-year, $6 million deal with the Carolina Panthers, per NFL Network's Peter Schrager. (Peter Schrager on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact:

The fourth-year tight end will reunite with former coach and current Panthers OC Joe Brady, reportedly agreeing to terms on a two-year deal worth six million dollars. Arnold saw his usage increase significantly while in Arizona last season, catching 31 passes on 45 targets for 438 yards and four touchdowns across all 16 regular-season games. The Panthers hardly utilized tight end Ian Thomas in 2020 so it remains to be seen whether Brady will adapt his offensive scheme to accommodate the signing of his former player to make him a potential roster stash in the 2021 fantasy season.

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