CHARLOTTE — The Panthers brought back a familiar face Tuesday, filling a roster spot left open after rookie minicamp.
The team re-signed linebacker Julian Stanford.
The 30-year-old Stanford was an unrestricted free agent.
He played in all 16 games for the Panthers last year, leading the team in special teams tackles.
He spent the previous two seasons with the Bills, and has also been with the Jets, Lions, and Jaguars.
They had an open roster spot after making some transactions after minicamp. Those moves included waiving kicker Matt Ammendola, leaving Joey Slye as the only kicker on the roster at the moment.