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  1. Claimed in March, quit in July. We will be looking for AT LEAST one more OT, and Anthony Munoz isn't walking through the door.
  2. It's not an either/or. Again Jonathan Martin was acquired and subsequently quit in addition to what we already had.
  3. The Chiefs exercised Fisher's option btw. I'm just not sure what people are expecting to happen at OT without a move like this (and I also wouldn't give more than a 4th). Yes there will be many other options but no slam dunks to say the least. Remember GMan was THE only GM to put a claim in for Jonathan Martin.
  4. Bad comparison with DJ. Joeckel is not only a superior prospect with fewer red flags, but actually has a lot of game experience. And it's not as if he's been completely terrible, just not worth his draft position, a spot that the Panthers may never pick again in our lifetimes.
  5. The "price" should be a day 3 pick next year. GMan didn't want to trade future picks last weekend but for this guy's immediate depth and potential upside I hope he does consider. We don't have a 7th and there's a big difference between a 4th and 6th, but no prospect outside of the top 100 next year at OT would have this guy's upside, little doubt about that.
  6. To clarify, he is under contract through this year. NEXT offseason he will be a free agent. To get him this year and see if we want to keep him going forward and have him as depth immediately, we'd have to give up something, although the cost shouldn't be high. Them signing Beachum made this likely and this pretty much seals his fate there. He can be had, period. PS-his listed cap hit is just over $6 million but I read that another team would likely take on $3+ million in a hypothetical trade. Not sure how accurate.
  7. The Titans didn't want Oher. Buy low, sell high. Can't say it's not at least a little intriguing considering he's only 24. If he was a turdburger and/or had a known vice then no way, but I see no such thing on the surface. It will be a long time before we're picking high enough to take a guy at OT, ironically, like him.
  8. http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2016/05/02/jaguars-wont-pick-up-luke-joeckels-2017-option/
  9. Someone sell me on why Butler was a good pick?

    Since he's being compared to Muhammad Wilkerson, also taken #30 overall, look back and see if you'd rather have the guys taken after him regardless of position-https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/2011_NFL_draft
  10. Offensive Line

    I think it's best to let other teams spend top picks on them as they learn the ropes as kids, then come to us as men in their mid-late 20s.

    No panic. There will be options. The Jaguars are looking to trade Joeckel among a litany of other options.
  12. My early depth chart of the Panthers atm

    http://www.bigcatcountry.com/2016/3/24/11286620/luke-joeckel-contract-fifth-year-option Something to watch in the coming few days. After signing Beachum Joeckel is expendable and for a $6+ million one year salary they may have to trade him for a song. We could absorb him as a one year rental/backup/tryout and if he does become half of the stud he was expected to be we can extend long term. If not cut bait.

    Sign the dotted line Jeremy Cash.

    Don't disagree but over who?