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  1. Maybe, he's so open about who he has ranked higher and lower that I could see him just not caring about the perception that it leaves. I was surprised he even admitted that Bradberry wasn't his number 1 guy, so I wouldn't put it past him.
  2. Let's play pick two running backs

    Fozzy is 27, CAP will be 26 before the season starts and Wegher turns 26 during the year. I don't really see age as a factor.
  3. Good Panthers lineup of WFNZ this morning....

    Looks like they're gonna sandwich a Sanchez interview in (pre-recorded?) before Bradberry comes on. Though I may not make it to the interviews if these idiots keep talking Cam/Luck.
  4. Yeah it's pretty clearly a DT if you look at the guys between our picks. Nowhere else we'd be considered "stacked." 31 (62)PanthersSamfordBradberry, James (CB) 32 (63)BroncosGeorgia TechGotsis, Adam (DT) 1 (64)TitansMid TennesseeByard, Kevin (S) 2 (65)BrownsPenn St.Nassib, Carl (DE) 3 (66)ChargersUSCTuerk, Max (C) 4 (67)CowboysNebraskaCollins, Maliek (DT) 5 (68)49ersMississippi St.Redmond, Will (CB) 6 (69)JaguarsMarylandNgakoue, Yannick (DE) 7 (70)RavensBYUKaufusi, Bronson (DE) 8 (71)GiantsBoise St.Thompson, Darian (S) 9 (72)BearsFloridaBullard, Jonathan (DT) 10 (73)DolphinsAlabamaDrake, Kenyan (RB) 11 (74)ChiefsNotre DameRussell, KeiVarae (CB)From Buccaneers 12 (75)RaidersMichigan St.Calhoun, Shilique (DE) 13 (76)BrownsAuburnColeman, Shon (OT)From Titans through Rams 14 (77)PanthersWest VirginiaWorley, Daryl (CB)
  5. Good Panthers lineup of WFNZ this morning....

    Interesting, here are the guys taken between Bradberry and Worley: 31 (62)PanthersSamfordBradberry, James (CB) 32 (63)BroncosGeorgia TechGotsis, Adam (DT) 1 (64)TitansMid TennesseeByard, Kevin (S) 2 (65)BrownsPenn St.Nassib, Carl (DE) 3 (66)ChargersUSCTuerk, Max (C) 4 (67)CowboysNebraskaCollins, Maliek (DT) 5 (68)49ersMississippi St.Redmond, Will (CB) 6 (69)JaguarsMarylandNgakoue, Yannick (DE) 7 (70)RavensBYUKaufusi, Bronson (DE) 8 (71)GiantsBoise St.Thompson, Darian (S) 9 (72)BearsFloridaBullard, Jonathan (DT) 10 (73)DolphinsAlabamaDrake, Kenyan (RB) 11 (74)ChiefsNotre DameRussell, KeiVarae (CB)From Buccaneers 12 (75)RaidersMichigan St.Calhoun, Shilique (DE) 13 (76)BrownsAuburnColeman, Shon (OT)From Titans through Rams 14 (77)PanthersWest VirginiaWorley, Daryl (CB) We know it wouldn't be a CB, and looking at that list it's gotta be another DT, right? Gotsis, Collins, or Bullard. That is unless Dave really likes our DEs, he's been talking them up a lot but "stacked" would be a stretch.
  6. Tryout Invitations (OP updated May 5)

    I came across a few of those types while looking for other invitees. It's a little depressing but sometimes it works. Last year we invited the ECU longsnapper who showed up to the combine (uninvited) andgave out customized beer koozies with his measurements and workout numbers printed on them. Jets just cut a guy they signed after he showed up outside the stadium with "Will run for work." Agreed, although McNeill retired around this time last year. I think Sandland and McGee are competing for the third receiving TE spot while Bonnet and Johnson will be after that TE/FB "Brockel" role that Simonson currently holds.
  7. Tryout Invitations (OP updated May 5)

    Another Samford kid, QB Michael Eubank
  8. Tryout Invitations (OP updated May 5)

    Massachusetts OT Tyrell Smith
  9. Would a Tennessee Titans RB > Fozzy/CAP/Wegher

    I totally forgot they had Cobb, I think he's a real intriguing talent should they let him go. Kinda think Sankey is the one that gets let go, though, and he may be the least interesting of the group.
  10. Let's play pick two running backs

    CAP and Wegher were old rookies, they'll both be 26 this season while Fozzy will be 27. I'm not sure any of them have a whole lot of room to grow. I'd guess Fozzy and CAP would be the 2 in this scenario, though I'm rooting for Wegher (I could also see them keeping all of them). I also think Devon Johnson is interesting as a RB/FB hybrid, as we haven't had a true, punishing FB in awhile.
  11. @Panthers posted one a few weeks ago that I've been using on my Note 5.
  12. We're nitpicking the OP's point a bit. Sure, Bradberry or Worley will likely eventually earn a starting spot, but the point is that we're no longer pinning our hopes to a bunch of rookies at more important positions. Pre-Gettleman we drafted several players - good and bad - hoping they'd make an impact sooner rather than later, and even in Gettleman's first two drafts he took guys early that would step in immediately. We've done so well with the draft that it's no longer a necessity to find instant impact players, at least not to the same extent. In our system, the weight applied to the number 2 CB or 3rd LB isn't close to what is expected of a MLB, number 1 receiver, or a pair of DTs; all of which we leaned on their rookie years.
  13. Letting Lee Ward go undrafted.
  14. SI.com's Chris Benoit explains our CB situation

    It's Andy "Beh-noe-wit" I believe. He's kind of a knob to be honest, and this is all kind of obvious but I guess it could be interesting for an outside observer.