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Panthers sign offensive tackle Oher to two-year contract

The Carolina Panthers have been looking for a left tackle. They found one who inspired a movie -- and they hope he has a Hollywood ending left in him. The Panthers announced Friday they have signed former Baltimore and Tennessee offensive tackle Michael Oher to a two-year contract. Terms of the deal were not immediately disclosed. Oher will get the first crack to replace Byron Bell, an unrestricted free agent who will not be re-signed after a disappointing 2014. Bell moved from the right side after long-time left tackle Jordan Gross retired last year. Oher's rags-to-riches story was turned into the 2009 film, "The Blind Side." Oher, 28, the Ravens' first-round pick in 2009, started ...

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