Panthers trade for OT Marshall Newhouse

Rex Christensen
September 26, 2018

The Buffalo Bills have reportedly traded offensive tackle Marshall Newhouse to the Carolina Panthers for a conditional future pick on Tuesday. Robinson played three special teams snaps in the season opener.

This marks the third trade between the Panthers and the Bills, who boast former Panthers assistant general manager Brandon Beane as their GM, over the course of the past two seasons.

Some of those deals include Carolina sending receiver Kelvin Benjamin to Buffalo last season, as well as acquiring receiver Kaelin Clay and cornerback Kevon Seymour from the Bills in separate deals. In the seven years since, Newhouse has also played for the Cincinnati Bengals, the New York Giants, and the Oakland Raiders. Carolina is his sixth National Football League stop: After playing for the Packers for four seasons with 31 starts, he spent one season with the Bengals, two with the Giants, one with the Raiders and the first three games of the 2018 season with the Bills. It's since been reported that the Bills received a late-round pick for Newhouse and the team announced they'e signed offensive lineman Jeremiah Sirles.

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The Panthers have faced what some might call a catastrophe at tackle this season thus far, with both starters - Matt Kalil and Daryl Williams - now on injured reserve with knee injures; Kalil is expected to return in November as soon as he is eligible. Newhouse joins Carolina's offensive line that has allowed six sacks through three games this season.

The Panthers have a bye this weekend before hosting the New York Giants on October 7.

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