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Trai Turner Conference Call

09 May 2014 - 10:25 PM

You can find him on twitter @trai_turner




CHARLOTTE – The Panthers used their third-round draft pick, 92nd overall, to beef up their offensive line with the selection of Louisiana State guard Trai Turner.

Turner was an second-team All-Southeastern Conference selection this past season after starting all 13 games at right guard for the Tigers. The 6-3, 316-pounder started 20 games at right guard over two seasons in Baton Rogue.




Carolina Panthers @Panthers

Turner on his playing style: "I'm physical. I am able to overpower defensive tackles, but I'm also able to get to the second level."


Carolina Panthers @Panthers

Turner says he's a non-traditional guard. He started 13 games on the right side for LSU in 2013, with an an SEC-best 21 TD-resulting blocks.




Bryan Strickland @PanthersBryan

GM Dave Gettleman about to talk to media about the 600 pounds-worth of football players the Panthers drafted tonight.



DE Frank Alexander Suspended First 4 Games

02 May 2014 - 02:15 PM

For violating substance and abuse policy.

Black & Blue Review @BlackBlueReview

#Panthers DE Frank Alexander has been suspended the 1st four games of ’14 for violating the NFL Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse.



Brandon Lafell to the Patriots

15 March 2014 - 09:46 PM

Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

And now Patriots have reached agreement on a three-year deal with former Panthers WR Brandon LaFell, per source.

Roman Harper Signs with the Panthers

15 March 2014 - 02:20 PM

Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

Former Saints Pro-Bowl S Roman Harper reached agreement with Panthers on a two-year, $4.5M deal that includes $1.5M sign bonus, per source.

More Greg Peshek: CB Metrics 2.0

12 February 2014 - 02:01 PM

Mr. Peshek released his 2nd CB Metric article today, highlighting Kyle Fuller, Victor Hampton, Louchiez Purifoy, Stanley Jean-Baptiste, and Lamarcus Joyner.




A few notes and observations from his piece:

Kyle Fuller is awesome and he best succeeds in the intermediate zone where most NFL throws take place




- Fuller’s metrics here instantly stand out. His pass defense rate, where he gets his hands on one out of every 3 targets, is best for second in the two tiers behind only Jason Verrett. He was targeted more often than every other CB, but his leading burn rate of 24% more than makes up for it. With that stat, he edges out Darqueze Dennard for the least burned CB in this class.


Joyner is quite possibly another Honey Badger with his ability to line up anywhere across the formation as a slot CB or another safety




- Joyner’s array of targets makes a lot of sense for a slot type corner/ safety. He was challenged heavily on shorter patterns, while seeing deep throws less than average 17% of the time.


and SJB isn't all that good.



Have at it ladies and gentlemen. 



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