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Burney is a ball hawk, but he really needs to work on his open field tackle's. However, he is probably better than C.J. Wilson, Robert McClain, and R.J. Stanford based on the sole fact that Burney is a hard hitting player that really excels on special teams.
Seems like a pretty big guy, he was in the tackle position for the most part and Jordan Gross, Jeff Otah, and Lee Ziemba are really the only tackle's that have a roster spot on the team this year, so Bell might be a dark horse canadite.
Darvin Adam's drops the easy one's and catches the hard one's, but if Darvin has any shot at making the team, it helps that he is reuniting with his boy Cam. Darvin just has to become more consistent.
Adi Kunalic also handled long field goals in 2009 I believe, so they could just store him on the practice squad and wait until John Kasay decides to retire, but with the rule changes, there is no reason to keep two kickers.
It looks like he will do anything to keep his boy Cam from getting hit, which is a good thing. Maybe the Panthers keep two centers on the team this year.
I'm not going to lie Jamorris Warren should be able to find a roster spot on the Panthers if they don't sign a guy like Sidney Rice or Braylon Edward's. I would give Warren the edge over Adams.
Chinasa could probably beat out Hilee Taylor but he still couldn't touch Brayton, Brown, Hardy, or Norwood. Chinasa is probably just a camp body.
Kendric Burney (CB, North Carolina)
Ryan Pugh (OC, Auburn)
Adi Kunalic (K, Nebraska)
Byron Bell (OL, New Mexico State)
Jamorris Warren (WR, Central Missouri)
Darvin Adams (WR, Auburn)
Ugo Chinasa (DE, Oklahoma State)
Edited by Kurb, 28 July 2011 - 09:20 PM.