|Offense||16th||127.2 (7th)||219.4 (19th)|
|Defense||10th||112.0 (16th)||227.8 (11th)|
Sun Sep 7
|W 20 - 14||at TB|
Sun Sep 14
|W 24 - 7||DET|
Sun Sep 21
|L 37 - 19||PIT|
Sun Sep 28
|L 38 - 10||at BAL|
Sun Oct 5
|W 31 - 24||CHI|
Sun Oct 12
|37 - 37||at CIN|
Sun Oct 19
|L 38 - 17||at GB|
Sun Oct 26
|L 13 - 9||SEA|
Thu Oct 30
|L 28 - 10||NO|
Mon Nov 10
|L 45 - 21||at PHI|
Sun Nov 16
|L 19 - 17||ATL|
Sun Nov 30
|L 31 - 13||at MIN|
Sun Dec 7
|W 41 - 10||at NO|
Sun Dec 14
|W 19 - 17||TB|
Sun Dec 21
|W 17 - 13||CLE|
Sun Dec 28
|W 34 - 3||at ATL|
Sat Jan 3
|W 27 - 16||ARI|
Sat Jan 10
|L 31 - 17||at SEA|
Both Dennis and Miller spent the majority of the 2014 season on the practice squad. Miller was on the 53-man roster for one week but inactive. Dennis entered the league in 2012 and spent time during his first two seasons on the Bears' practice squad.
"Jason is an experienced player who adds more competition to the linebacker position and has also been a special teams ace," coach Ron Rivera said. "I expect him to come in and be a leader. Even though he is new to us, he's got veteran savvy to him."
Trusnik made six starts while playing all 16 games with the Dolphins in 2014, racking up 48 tackles and intercepting one pass.
"First, I want to earn respect from my new teammates and coaches," Trusnik said. "It's a new team and I have to earn that. I want to continue to be the leader that I've been in the past and make plays, whether that be on special teams or on defense."
"I'm excited to be a part of a team that's had a lot of success recently," Martin said. "I know a little bit about coach Ron Rivera and (offensive line) coach (John) Matsko and I'm excited about working with them and being successful here."
Martin, a former second-round draft choice of the Dolphins, was surprised by the fact that he only spent one year with the 49ers.
"It was a little surprising not being in San Francisco for another year, but that's the nature of the business," Martin said. "I'm glad I got another opportunity. I'm excited to be a part of this group."
Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman likes the experience that Martin brings to the team.
"Our goal is to build the strongest roster possible and add competition at every position,"Gettleman said. "Jonathan brings quality experience to our offensive line, having started 32 games in his career at both tackle spots."
Martin wants to become a better player, and he appreciates the opportunity given to him by the Panthers.
"At this point it is firmly in the past," Martin said. "I want to have a successful career playing football. I'm lucky to have gotten an opportunity here in Carolina."
"Jordan is a veteran running back who has had some success in the league," coach Ron Rivera said in a statement. "We think he has some return skills and we are always looking to be good in that area. At running back, he brings versatility. He is stout and physical enough to run the ball up inside, but he's got the quickness and speed to get outside to the corner."
Todman racked up 186 yards on just 32 carries with the Jaguars in 2014 while adding 198 yards on 25 receptions and scoring twice. He also averaged 25.6 yards per return on 38 kickoff returns last season.
Martin played in 15 games with San Francisco last season, starting nine of them. Prior to that, he was a member Dolphins before being traded for a conditional seventh-round pick in 2014. The 25-year-old has started 32 of the 38 games he's played in.
"Jonathan brings quality experience to our offensive line, having started 32 games in his career at both tackle spots," Panthers GM Dave Gettleman said.
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