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  1. It has already been said the saints are trying to see who carolina likes at 8 to maybe try to jump them. They probably trying to keep the players of interest at 8 so hidden they wont even bring them in for a visit.
  2. Ummmmm kiper I mean that dude thats always wrong
  3. With Cams injury I would feel more comfortable with them bringing in a simular QB just for insurance. Hell Im not on the DA train anymore because of last season.
  4. The only thing I truly seeing Byrd being as we speak is the punt returner. Got my hopes up for him also.
  5. Could be which is why Rivera is saving his ass from being fired. We dont know and probably will never know.
  6. Not knowing how to adjust is a prime example of why Shula shouldn't be coordinator
  7. This is true It's shula strategy to control time of possession which I give him credit for because its the only thing he's good at at times. The problem is that in doing so he limits Cam time to read the defence and change the play. This also probably makes Cam feel untrusted. Shula uses time of possession to limit Cam ability to take over and cages his performance and ability.
  8. Hes done. Let it go
  9. Please no not at 8 but later yes
  10. Jones worked out for the Carolina Panthers and new receivers coach Lance Taylor at ECU earlier this week. Multiple NFL receiver coaches are expected to be in attendance for Jones at ECU's Pro Day on March 23, and he will continue to work out for teams leading up to the start of the draft on April 27. "The Panthers are showing great interest," Jones said Friday. "I had the opportunity to work out for them and hopefully hear good things from them. But other than that, I'm just going to keep doing what I do best, go out here on this Pro Day, perform well, and we'll see where it goes from there." Jones would theoretically fill a major need for Carolina, which is looking to add a receiver to play the slot between tall receivers Kelvin Benjamin and Devin Funchess. Jones, 6-2, has the capability to play both inside and outside receiver. He primarily played the slot before switching to outside receiver as a senior under the direction of ECU head coach Scottie Montgomery and then-receivers coach Phil McGeoghan, who's now with the Buffalo Bills. Jones caught an FBS record 158 passes as a result. Carolina has two picks in the second round, including at No. 40 overall. The Bills are slated to pick at 41st. Jones is expected to be picked in the late-first to early-second round. The Panthers are also scheduled to meet with Washington wide receiver John Ross and have been linked to Clemson's Artavis Scott, who would likely be available later in the draft after Jones. Ross is a projected first-round pick.
  11. The Carolina Panthers have already made a bevy of moves this offseason, but they might not be done yet. Despite the top-tier free agents having been scooped up and signed teams across the NFL, the Panthers could still have their eye on another upgrade or two, including a visitor they brought in even before free agency officially began. Former All-Pro receiver and 30-year-old Victor Cruz remains a free agent, and a quiet one at that. Outside of visiting Charlotte shortly after he was cut as a cap casualty by the Giants earlier this offseason, there's been little to no news on Cruz's standing across the NFL. Both Cruz and Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman indicated the wide receiver's visit to Bank of America Stadium went "fine," though there hasn't been any news since, and Carolina has since had major turnover at the receiver position. Veteran Ted Ginn Jr. has joined the Saints, while Corey Brown is now with the Bills. Carolina replaced them with Russell Shepard and Charles Johnson, two wide outs who don't have quite as much of a pedigree or experience, but will likely have more upside than Ginn and Brown. But still, when looking at the rest of the roster, the Panthers have no receivers above the age of 28 (Johnson). Kelvin Benjamin is 26, and Devin Funchess is 22. Cruz, who will be 31 by the end of next season, isn't the player he once was, but the Panthers could use his veteran expertise to help lead the pack and guide the younger receivers to new heights. The real issue with Cruz, however, is making his potential fit work with the cap. Carolina exhausted much of its offseason funds shoring up the trenches, adding Matt Kalil and bringing in Julius Peppers along with re-signing defensive ends Mario Addison and Charles Johnson. Most reports indicate the Panthers still have anywhere from $12-15 million left to spend, though they must leave some of that unused for the draft and other potential moves down the line. If Carolina could get Cruz to agree to an incentive-laden contract in the $3-5 million range annually, it may be able to bring him in. If Cruz continues to hold out for a bigger offer, it could be tough for the Panthers to squeeze him in. After two injury-plagued years in 2014 and 2015, Cruz had 39 receptions for 586 yards and a touchdown for New York last season. Should Cruz still be signed for his vet. experience?
  12. Great news, makes me feel better about depth
  13. Fournette and Cook Just dreaming
  14. Stay at 8 and take who is there. Keep. Our pics in the 2nd and take who is there because it still will be great talent when we pick