SPARTANBURG — The Panthers made a pair of roster moves Sunday morning before practice, adding some more defensive depth and bringing back a familiar face.
The Panthers signed defensive end Kendall Donnerson and defensive back LaDarius Wiley.
Donnerson was with them in May during OTAs, and adds some depth at the edge. A former seventh-round pick of the Packers, he has also spent time with the Raiders, Bengals, and Saints.
Wiley's a former undrafted rookie from Vanderbilt, who spent time with the Titans and Seahawks.
To make room for them on the roster, the Panthers waived/injured defensive end Austin Larkin and waived offensive lineman David Moore.
Larkin was carted off with a groin injury last week. Moore was an undrafted rookie who was on their roster at the Senior Bowl, and his release leaves them with just one David Moore, the wide receiver.