The Carolina Panthers lost a few good pieces in free agency but luckily have enough depth at some positions to make up for the losses. Not every position of need has the depth needed to completely make up for the loss, but there are certainly helpful players down the depth chart.
The Carolina secondary is a known weak point of the defense and got even weaker with the departure of Captain Munnerlyn. While the loss hurts, Carolina has an unheralded player who could be of more help than expected.
Melvin White, originally an undrafted free agent, showed some promise as a contributing defensive back during his rookie season last year and will be seeing more playing time now that Munnerlyn's gone.
White doesn't completely solve the issues in the secondary, but his natural ability as a defender will lead to him seeing more responsibilities in 2014. He's not the only one the Panthers will depend on more. There are several second-year players who will undoubtedly see more time on the field next season.