Panthers first-year general manager Dave Gettleman had a busy Friday.

Gettleman, hired in January to succeed Marty Hurney, put the finishing touches on a contract restructuring for tight end Greg Olsen and released veteran defensive tackle Ron Edwards before jetting to New Jersey to visit his family, which has yet to relocate to Charlotte.

But Gettleman is just getting started.

With the Panthers still an approximate $3.5 million over the $123 million salary cap, Gettleman has at least one more move to make to get under the cap by the March 12 deadline. He then will begin shaping the roster, although the former Giants pro personnel director lacks the cap room to make too big a splash in his first free agency as a GM.