Safety Kurt Coleman has found a new home with the Carolina Panthers as they have signed him to a two-year contract.
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Coleman has struggled throughout most of his NFL career since spending his first four seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles due to being a coverage liability.
He finished strongly in his only season with the Kansas City Chiefs though, as he came up with two interceptions in Week 17 as the Chiefs prevented the San Diego Chargers from reaching the playoffs by winning without quarterback Alex Smith.
Coleman will also reunite with Panthers defensive coordinator Sean McDermott, who used to hold the same position with the Eagles.
The 26-year-old safety has come up with 10 interceptions in his career and will provide depth behind Tre Boston and Roman Harper.
Sports Illustrated announced the Panthers signing Coleman on Twitter.
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