The Carolina Panthers have come to terms with quarterback Jimmy Clausen on a four-year contract that includes $2.53 million in guarantees, ensuring they'll have no rookie holdouts at the start of training camp. The second-round pick from Notre Dame agreed to his deal hours before the Panthers reported to Wofford College Wednesday. He was the last of Carolina's 10 draft selections to be unsigned. NFL Insider Adam Schefter spoke with Josh Elliott on SportsCenter and detailed how the deal got done and if Clausen will be under center when Carolina opens the season in New York against the Giants.
NFL Nation Blog: Clausen's deal has Panthers ready for camp
NOTE: The Associated Press contributed to this report.