Former Ravens and Titans offensive tackle Michael Oher recently visited the Panthers, league sources with knowledge of the situation tell Aaron Wilson of The Baltimore Sun. Oher, 28, was let go by Tennessee earlier this offseason.
Oher signed with the Titans last offseason after playing his first five seasons with the Ravens. He played in eleven games in 2014 for the Titans before being placed on injured reserve. His deal with the Titans was definitely ill-advised and widely panned at the time, but Oher could bring a lot of upside on a more reasonable deal.
Oher’s best days came with the Ravens where he started all 80 games across five seasons. His best football came during the Ravens’ Super Bowl XLVII championship run. It was not a surprise to see Oher dropped by the Titans though, especially with Michigan offensive tackle Taylor Lewan in the mix. Oher allowed six sacks and 26 quarterback hurries in eleven games in 2014 before landing on IR.