Panthers beat 49ers to LB Mickey Pimentel

May 1, 2007 at 4:01 PM--


The 49ers had planned to bring in Cal linebacker Mickey Pimentel to this weekend's minicamp to try out for the team. However, it looks like the Carolina Panthers have beaten them to the punch. According to Panthers.com, Carolina has agreed to terms with Pimentel. Pimentel will participate at the Panther's minicamp this weekend instead of San Francisco's.



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