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Well, Our Reps Are Looking At Coples Says Sorensen

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Coples is probably the one player ,if available @9, who we can trade back with and pick up an extra 2 or 3. If they think a CB or DT will be there on the next 8-10 picks, I see this as a real possibility. The 2nd and 3rd round are full of starters for the Panthers.

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Coples at 9....CB in 2nd....DT with the other 2nd rd pick we get by trading Stewart.

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IRL those brands are massive

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I don't understand why people care about the brands. What does it matter? If he becomes a premier end and can help us get to the final dance i don't give a poo what's on his arms.

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I don't understand why people care about the brands. What does it matter? If he becomes a premier end and can help us get to the final dance i don't give a poo what's on his arms.

He will scare the kids.

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I think he is the odds on favorite for our pick at 9. Rivera has says he wants a pass rush and Coples would provide one if not this year then next. I don't think he is the best option for us but what do I know. It is Rivera's team and he has to live with the results of his choices. So I am fine with whoever he picks. Just because I opt for other picks doesn't mean he isn't right in the end. We won't know that until a few years down the road.

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As far as brands, this is how they usually look.

Mark Anderson

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Coples' brands just came out ugly! I'm a part of the same fraternity and have the same arm brands

Topic-wise, I'm really starting to warm up to the idea of draft Coples..

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I know Coples is the 'stud' of the pack & kind of a consensus to most draftniks, BUT...how often do guys who have given up in tough times AND have a history of poor work ethic succeed in the NFL. Buyer beware. I would rather a high character guy who has had exceptional production in college, but who may not be as 'naturally' gifted.

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Wouldn't mind us getting Coples. Doubt he falls to us

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Draft Coples or else....

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