Carolina Panthers acquired catcher Torrey Smith from the Philadelphia Eagles, the team with which he won the last Super Bowl; Thus, the offensive commanded by quarterback Cam Newton has a new weapon.

The move was made official by Panteras on its website through a statement, in which it reports that Smith arrives in exchange for third-year cornerback Daryl Worley, who in his first two seasons with Carolina was a starter but in the latter was relegated to the second team. .

Torrey Smith is a 29-year-old catcher who graduated from the University of Maryland and was drafted for the NFL by the Baltimore Ravens in 2011; Later, he was traded to 49’s in San Francisco, where he had a discreet performance until moving to Philadelphia, where he was a key player in obtaining the first Super Bowl in franchise history.

With the addition of Smith to the Panthers’ receiving corps, the Charlotte team becomes one of the serious contenders to lift the National Conference title, as the player is considered one of the best in his position within the League.