CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- As the Carolina Panthers made their way to Charlotte for the team's first day of offseason workouts, one player's commute to work was hours longer than what most of his teammates would have had.

In fact, his commute lasted nearly seven hours.

Newly-signed Panthers offensive lineman Zach Banner shared his commute to work on social media Sunday, which appeared to start near Columbus, Ohio, and end at Bank of America Stadium in uptown Charlotte.

Banner, who was signed by the team in March, said canceled flights and severe weather wasn't going to stop him from making Monday's workouts.

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"At USC, I was never late or missed a meeting and I'm not breaking my streak now," Banner tweeted.

The 6-foot-9, 360-pound lineman also shared a picture of the Kia Soul he rented for the long drive.

“I was on the road from about 6 p.m. to 1 a.m.,” Banner said on the team's website. “It was raining pretty hard but it wasn’t a superhero thing. It was just an obstacle.”

The former USC Trojan is competing for a roster spot with the Panthers after he was released by the Cleveland Browns. Banner appeared in eight games for the Browns in 2017.

“It was a huge first impression deal for me,” Banner said on the team's website.

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