Post-Draft Outlook: A closer look at the Panthers' picks: Round 2/59 -- Sherrod Martin, CB, 6-1, 198, Troy...The Panthers needed a replacement for Ken Lucas and view Martin as a good fit in Ron Meeks' new defensive scheme. He will open up as the nickel back playing behind starters Chris Gamble and Richard Marshall, who is also a former second-round pick. - by The Sports Xchange
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11/25/15 - S Sherrod Martin (neck) was able to practice on a limited basis Tuesday after he wouldn't have been able to practice Monday if practice had been held.
10/07/15 - S Sherrod Martin was signed by the Bears Tuesday (Oct. 6). Martin made 38 starts while playing a total of 72 games with the Panthers (2009-12) and the Jacksonville Jaguars (2014). Martin, who has 195 career tackles and eight interceptions, was with the Bears in the preseason but didn't make the season-opening roster.
09/12/15 - S Sherrod Martin had his contract terminated by the Bears Sunday (Sept. 6).
06/18/15 - S Sherrod Martin, who wasn't tendered as a UFA by the Jaguars on May 12, was signed by the Bears Thursday (June 18). Martin, a second-round pick by the Carolina Panthers in 2009, has played in 72 games (38 starts) with Carolina (2009-13) and the Jacksonville Jaguars (2014). He has recorded 195 tackles, eight interceptions, 22 pass breakups, five forced fumbles and one fumble recovery. He was with the Bears on a tryout basis during their minicamp this week.
03/08/15 - S Sherrod Martin, unrestricted FA update, has the type of size that the Jaguars are looking for at safety (6-1, 200) and the Jaguars would like to include him in their future plans. He played in 13 games for the Jaguars last year after missing the entire 2013 season. He started 36 games his first three years with Carolina. The Jaguars want big safeties and Martin qualifies as one.