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Alabama LT Cam Robinson Is Visiting The Panthers Today

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I'd expect them to check him out.

I'd rather they didn't draft him.

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Highest I could tolerate is #64. We've already committed to the Kalil project and there's too much talent in the 2nd to take on another.

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Due diligence 

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Just now, MechaZain said:

Highest I could tolerate is #64. We've already committed to the Kalil project and there's too much talent in the 2nd to take on another.

  Agreed. As much as I don't like him at LT, I wouldn't be upset at 64. He could be solid to very good on that side. And with both guards needing contracts, he could slide inside down the road. 

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12 minutes ago, Mr. Scot said:

I'd expect them to check him out.

I'd rather they didn't draft him.

This. I'm sure this is largely about checking out his off-field issues.

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As much as everyone seems to think we need a new safety, and I am not saying they are wrong, a guard in this years draft I would say is a bigger need.  Both Norwell and Turner are free agents next year.  As well as Short and Star.  I don't see how we are going to sign all 4 of them.  But I never though we would re sign Stewart 2 years after we signed Williams, so you never know.

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His stock has gotten so bad i really think we can steal him in the second....I wouldnt be mad, he would be perfect at right tackle

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Just now, bababoey said:

As much as everyone seems to think we need a new safety, and I am not saying they are wrong, a guard in this years draft I would say is a bigger need.  Both Norwell and Turner are free agents next year.  As well as Short and Star.  I don't see how we are going to sign all 4 of them.  But I never though we would re sign Stewart 2 years after we signed Williams, so you never know.

I'm already working under the assumption that Short is gone after this year. Butler will be our starting three technique going forward.

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