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  1. There's talent all over the roster but I'm cautiously optimistic. I'm more worried about all the coaching changes. Teams tend to take some time to round into form when there is coordinator changes. The offenses of the Eagles/Vikings last season and the Falcons the year before all took a year before taking off. Throw in the fact that we won so many close games last year (7-1 record) and there is certainly reasons to be worried.
  2. Being paid like a receiver but showed last year he needs to be paid like a special teamer. The pay cut is probably to reflect that.
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    Players signed from Tryouts?

    Norwell was a priority free agent. Got one of the highest guaranteed amounts for an undrafted from that season (along with Philly Brown) Foucault was a tryout guy who made the roster too.
  4. And here's the first depth chart released by the Panthers in 2011......in August... http://blogs.charlotte.com/panthers/2011/08/newton-no-2-on-first-depth-chart.html
  5. Sounds like something to worry about in September, not May.
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    Elijah Hood claimed off waivers

    CAP's contract is up after this season. So is fozzy's and newly signed CJ too. Smart to waiver claim for a young power back to see what he has.
  7. Moore is very much in line with the F position in Norv's offense.
  8. Just another tool. I've seen mentions of more pattern matching concepts used in the zone scheme. https://thereadoptional.com/nick-saban-kirby-smart-and-pattern-match-coverages-a41be7a2eca1
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    He measured in at 6'-0 7/8" and 212 lbs at this years pro day and the 4.53 forty is probably the closest. He also had a 38" vertical jump at this years pro day. The 43.5" vertical was likely from 2016 (Also jumped 40.5" in 2017). The 4.40 forty is likely coming from his 2016 and/or 2017 times and might have been on the track and not turf. For reference: https://www.courier-journal.com/story/sports/college/louisville/2018/03/29/lamar-jackson-louisville-pro-day-football-quarterback-nfl-draft/465803002/ https://www.courier-journal.com/story/sports/college/louisville/2017/03/09/lamar-jackson-runs-40-yard-dash/98930194/ https://www.courier-journal.com/story/sports/college/louisville/2016/03/10/cornelius-sturghill-louisville-football-fastest-player-40-yard-dash/81558320/ https://www.courier-journal.com/story/sports/college/louisville/2016/03/07/reggie-bonnafon-records-best-vertical-louisville-football/81453096/
  10. I'm sure that is coming. But these two are more likely a result of Mayo's expiring contract.
  11. I'm waiting to see what the signing bonuses are for the UDFA this year. Whoever gets those high bonuses are typically the ones who find a way onto the roster.
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    On the record, pick 24

    I really can't argue much with the pick. No offensive player I liked more and putting tools around Cam was a must. Some of the defensive players left on the board would have been hard to pass up though (Landry, Hughes, Jackson)
  13. Yeah Smith and Wright are both stop gaps but I can guarantee that Moore will have to take the position from the vet. I think he will, but Smith will have the leg up going in.
  14. Probably more like... X- Funchess Y- Wright, Samuel Z- Smith, Moore Moore can backup Fun too. Byrd can be thrown in at the Y or Z.
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    Division Rivals 1st Picks

    Unhappy to see the Bucs pick, happy to see the Saints ship out their first next year and just meh about Ridley to the Falcons. Watch for reactionary picks here on day 2 of the draft though. 2 DL and 2 WR picked by the NFC South so if you had a need it just got exacerbated.