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Jeremy Igo

Receiver Depth Chart Projection

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Looking over the receiver situation, I am sticking with my roster projection from last week.

 

If the Panthers keep six receivers, I have it....

 

Kelvin Benjamin

Jerricho Cotchery

Jason Avant

Brenton Bersin

Tavarres King

Philly Brown

 

However, with the news of Cam's injury and the likelihood of Joe Webb making the roster, the Panthers could decide to keep five receivers (as Joe Webb could play receiver in an emergency).

 

If this is the case, Brenton Bersin or Tavarres King will be placed on the practice squad. Both are still practice squad eligible. King was on the regular roster last season but was inactive for all ten games.

 

Philly Brown leaps ahead of the odd man out due to his punt return skills.

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Agree with the projection.  Don't think Bersin or King will make it past waivers though.

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I am hoping Bersin would make it over King.

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yep Lightnin over King from what Ive seen.

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Agree with the projection.  Don't think Bersin or King will make it past waivers though.

 

Sadly, I don't either.

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I'd rather Webb took one of the last OL spots rather than a WR spot. We're scraping the bottom of the barrel there anyways and any depth there is in name only.

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I'd rather Webb took one of the last OL spots rather than a WR spot. We're scraping the bottom of the barrel there anyways and any depth there is in name only.

 

Same here, I am not sure that Gettleman feels the same way about his hog mollies though.

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Right now my offensive strategy would go a little like this.

 

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Who is this? Is he your friend? Do you know him? Do you? Say hello.
Say hello. Say hello.
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Bet you do, right?
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Little lightning?

 

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Thunder? Lightning? Thunder? Lightning?

 

 

 

 

EARS!

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