4 first-year Carolina Panthers players who could be gone in 2024

These players could be on the way out.

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Which Carolina Panthers players could find themselves surplus to requirements after just one season with the franchise?

It's certainly going to be an offseason of change for the Carolina Panthers. After a dismal 2-15 season in 2023, it seems David Tepper has finally realized things must change from the top. Dave Canales becoming head coach finally gives the erratic billionaire the young offensive-minded coach he's craved since purchasing the team in 2018.  

While the new leader of the Panthers' front office is someone a lot closer to home, Dan Morgan signifies a big shift in personality from Scott Fitterer. Pairing him with a cap genius in Brandt Tillis should set Carolina up for better days ahead.

Despite what previous coaches and front office staff said, this was not a roster anywhere near ready to win. It was a miracle that Steve Wilks went .500 as interim of the team and the flaws were truly brought to light under the tutelage of Frank Reich and Chris Tabor. Of course, this led to the Panthers securing the No. 1 pick for Ryan Poles and the Chicago Bears.   

This is a roster devoid of talent. It will be a surprise to few when the Panthers decide to move on from certain players. Some of whom may have only been in the building for a short time.   

Without further ado, let’s take a look at four Panthers players who could be off the team after just one season in Carolina.