The Facts: Hartsock has agreed to a two-year contract with the team, his agent confirmed via Twitter on Wednesday. Financial terms have not been released.
Diehards Line:Hartsock, an eight-year pro, has spent the last two seasons with the Jets, where he was primarily a blocking tight end. He had one reception in each season, and his 2009 catch went for a touchdown. The Panthers added Jeremy Shockey -- presumably as their top receiving threat at the position -- earlier this year.