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visits and workouts

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So we still haven't worked out Richardson? Really think we're taking a DT in the 2nd or 3rd if we trade back.

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Of the potential 1st rounders, we've looked at:

Ezekiel Ansah (DE)

Keenan Allen (WR)

Jonathan Cyprien (SS)

Tavon Austin (WR)

DeAndre Hopkins (WR)

Datone Jones (DE)

Kawann Short (DT)

DJ Fluker (OT/G)

Interesting crop

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We've worked out Patterson, too.

They went to UT's pro day only.

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I think draftpanthers is more reliable.

http://draftpanthers.com/pre-draft-visits/

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They went to UT's pro day only.

I mentioned a tweet over a month ago that said, "Patterson is working out for the Panthers today and he's wearing a shirt that says, 'I'm THAT guy'". Or some 140 character version of that.

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They went to UT's pro day only.

I mentioned a tweet over a month ago that said, "Patterson is working out for the Panthers today and he's wearing a shirt that says, 'I'm THAT guy'". Or some 140 character version of that.

@GrantRamey@GrantRamey21 Mar

Cordarrelle Patterson is working out for the Panthers right now wearing a shirt that says "I'm that guy." Subliminal NFL Draft messages.

Hunter worked out with him as well.

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I mentioned a tweet over a month ago that said, "Patterson is working out for the Panthers today and he's wearing a shirt that says, 'I'm THAT guy'". Or some 140 character version of that.

Yes at UT's. pro day. Hunter and Rogers were there to. It wasn't a private workout.

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I think a private workout definitely means the most out of the visits and such because that's something imo a team doesn't waste their time with.

I wouldn't take out the likes of DJ Fluker & Datone Jones being in play.

And for late rounders on the d-line, Akeem Spence is a definite possibility. I'm not that interested in Zeke Motta though

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