Carolina Panthers rookies and assorted players who missed portions of the OTAs and mincamp will assemble at the team's Charlotte, N.C., practice facility for a three-day rookie camp starting Monday.
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"That'll give us a chance to get those guys a little more acclimated because they really didn't get a chance to participate in minicamp," Panthers coach Ron Rivera told the Observer. "It'll give us a chance to see where they all are. Hopefully, they're all 100 percent."
The Panthers used a fourth-round draft pick on wide receiver Joe Adams and added a handful of undrafted receivers, including Jared Green and Rico Wallace. According to a source with knowledge of their contracts, Green and Wallace each received $7,500 signing bonuses, tying for the highest handed out by the Panthers this offseason. Those bonuses are a sign that the two could be in the mix for spots on the 53-man roster this season.