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Hurt at Combine.  That makes the numbers sketchy.  Dropped passes at Pro Day.  So what?

 

He also ran a much faster time at the pro day which would indicate that he was indeed hurt at the Combine.

 

His film (reality) is excellent and that is what matters most.

As a third or fourth rounder he would be worth a flier given that any time you find a contributor that low in the draft, you have a win.  

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Jarvis Landry could be an interesting pick if he slips to us in the fourth.  He's got the sick hands to reel in those Newton lasers.

 

Landry's stock has been skyrocketing lately. ive seen mocks with teams taking him in the 1st recently. i think he is a mid/late second round talent. and i do hope we draft him. i like the combo of Davante Adams and Landry

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Yes or No do you think we will make a draft trade?

My gut says no.

Dollar Tree Dave just kinda strikes me as a let the dust settle and stand pat.

I don't think so nether. But you never no somebody could fall thats to good to pass up.

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Carolina Panthers

Current picks: 28, 60, 92, 128, 168, 204, 225

 

Needs: Receiver, offensive tackle, cornerback

 

Well, here’s one good thing to say about the Panthers — they really don’t have to wonder what their primary personnel issue is. Having lost their three main receivers from 2013 (Steve Smith, Brandon LaFell and Ted Ginn) and replaced them with spackle in the form of Jerricho Cotchery, Jason Avant and Tiquan Underwood,

http://nfl.si.com/2014/04/24/2014-nfl-draft-needs-nfc/2/

 

Yes, we lost the mortar and replaced it with spackling.  Losing the 3 Amigos from last year will create huge holes that Gettlemen is going to try to fill with mud.  Over 9 catches per game--gone forever.  What will we do?  Cotchery, Underwood, and Avant only combined for about 7 catches per game last year,  so we are talking about 2 balls per game---BEFORE we draft a stud rookie. 

 

Sounds like an upgrade that saved us a lot of cap money to me

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I would love to get paid to Wright stuff like that.

I can think of at least one reason why you never wheel.

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I can think of at least one reason why you never wheel.

Wow Omg!! I misspelled a word kill me !! It's a message board dude get a grip.

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Wow Omg!! I misspelled a word kill me !! It's a message board dude get a grip.

In a post stating you wished you could be a paid writer. If you can't do it for free, I don't give you much of a chance.

I have a grip, just found it ironic and quite hilarious.

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it will be fun to give all these draftniks the finger when we start winning superbowls with a team full of players that we drafted who weren't people we needed.

If we can we a couple of SBs, I don't care who the fug we draft. Get those damm rings. I don't much care how.

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Carolina Panthers

Current picks: 28, 60, 92, 128, 168, 204, 225

 

Needs: Receiver, offensive tackle, cornerback

 

Well, here’s one good thing to say about the Panthers — they really don’t have to wonder what their primary personnel issue is. Having lost their three main receivers from 2013 (Steve Smith, Brandon LaFell and Ted Ginn) and replaced them with spackle in the form of Jerricho Cotchery, Jason Avant and Tiquan Underwood, the Panthers and general manager Dave Gettleman are on the clock to resolve this issue — especially since Gettleman basically booted Smith out of town. The Panthers are a potential playoff team, hoping the defense holds fast while the offense is reconstructed.

Though Carolina doesn’t have a selection until the 28th pick, that’s a decent landing spot if a franchise-defining receiver is the goal. USC’s Marqise Lee could still be on the board, and Penn State’s Allen Robinson has an appealing combination of size and speed. The Panthers also have to replace retired left tackle Jordan Gross, and Byron Bell might not be the answer at either side. For a team that prefers power offense, Alabama’s Cyrus Kouandjio would be a great fit, if his medicals don’t scare the team off. And losing Captain Munnerlyn to the Vikings means that a new cornerback is needed. Clemson’s Bashaud Breeland is a smaller corner who plays tough, and that seems to fit the franchise profile.

 

http://nfl.si.com/2014/04/24/2014-nfl-draft-needs-nfc/2/

 

 

 

But...but...but...HES LEFT HANDED

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