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panthers met with S Dion Bailey

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Source: USC safety Dion Bailey met with Panthers, Bengals: USC safety making the rounds http://bit.ly/1hvX6wZ  @footballpost #NFL

 

would be the ideal drop in the box safety, but also has the ability to play in a 2 high look with some ball skills.

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So the next Earl Thomas/Jairus Byrd confirmed?

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how many saftys are we persuing?

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Would love in the 4th/5th. 

then we won't get him..its not even a lock he's there at pick 60.

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Regardless of who we get, the draft seems to have some good players in the later rounds where we need help. 

 

I think we worked out M. Huff, a pretty good looking  S who should be there late a few days ago.

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Do want!  Dude is almost bordring on Thomas Davis type of frame when he came out of UGA, but sick rangy frame.  Depending on how the first round goes, and who we would end up with in the 3rd, I'd take him in the 2nd if he's even still there.  If we went Moses/Verrett/Ealy in the first and Bailey in the 2nd, I'd be VERY nervous which WR we would have left to choose from at the end of the 3rd.  By the same token if we go WR in the 1st, Bailey in the 2nd, the OT left in the 3rd would be just as much of a gamble.  At least we are exploring every option, and the players that we're looking into further, (for the most part) have all been players I would welcome. 

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This kid is awesome.   2nd or 3rd and im gooooooood

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how many saftys are we persuing?

Lol, really?

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Unless hes the clear/undisputed BPA at the time, theres no way we come even close to drafting a SS in the first 2 rounds [3 for that matter]... Not that i dont want a young dude that will be a stud in years to come, but if we want to have success next year instead of some quasi-rebuilding year, then we will hopefully have snagged a top tackle or WR before we address more secondary.

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