- David Newton, ESPN Staff Writer
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It's been quiet around the Carolina Panthers' Bank of America Stadium the past few days -- aside from the constant banging on steel beams as the facility goes through an $87 million facelift.
But the team isn't done in free agency, as general manager Dave Gettleman said at the NFL owners meeting in Orlando. The Panthers continue to look for depth at wide receiver, a nickel corner and possibly an offensive tackle.
There's also a lot of focus on college pro days and individual workouts as the draft nears.
With that, let's get right to my Saturday morning mailbag: