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Jan 31 2015 08:57 AM Jeremy Igo
The Carolina Panthers have two veteran defensive tackles that are unrestricted free agents this offseason, Colin Cole and Dwan Edwards. Colin Cole first came to the Panthers as a run defense specialist in 2013. Since then he has carved out a spot on the Panthers roster as a defensive tackle to spell Star Lotulelei. Cole the type of low budget rotational player that is key to the long term success of the Panthers. Cole has always had consistent play for the Panthers. Not great, n...
Jan 23 2015 08:15 AM Jeremy Igo
From Walter Football Justin Coleman, CB, Tennessee (EW) John Crockett, RB, North Dakota State (EW) Jamison Crowder, WR, Duke (SR) Garrett Grayson, QB, Colorado State (SR) John Miller, G, Louisville (EW) Steven Nelson, CB, Oregon State (SR) Ty Sambrailo, OT, Colorado State (SR) Wes Saxton, TE, South Alabama (EW) D'Joun Smith, CB, Florida Atlantic (SR) Damian Swann, CB, Georgia (EW) Jordan Taylor, WR, Rice (EW) Leterrius Walton, DT, Central Michigan (EW) Zach Zenner, FB, South Dak...
Jan 22 2015 10:54 AM Jeremy Igo
Here are what some of the more popular NFL Mock Draft websites are saying about the Panthers first round selection.... Walter Football La'el Collins, OT, LSU The Panthers couldn't block for Cam Newton whatsoever earlier in the season. The offensive line has been able to gel, but there are still some glaring holes there, particularly at both tackle positions. Bucky Brooks NFL.COM La'el Collins, OT, LSU It’s time for GM Dave Gettleman to upgrade the protection aroun...
Jan 20 2015 04:51 PM Jeremy Igo
Here is how I see it....in order of how they were originally drafted or UDFA Kelvin Benjamin - Mid 1st round Solid production in a WR heavy class. Kony Ealy - Late 1st round Came on strong late in the year. Plays both DE and even UT spot. Trai Turner - Mid 2nd round Once healthy, was a beast in the run game. Tre Boston - Early to mid 2nd round Started and played well. Made rookie mistakes and sometimes slow in coverage. Bene Benwikere - Mid to late 1st round...
Jan 15 2015 09:46 AM Jeremy Igo
Jake Fisher OT - Senior - Oregon 6'6 - 300lbs This season I hope the Panthers get serious about drafting offensive linemen from legit college programs who have played real competition. Forget measurables, look at production and attitude. I really like what I see in Jake Fisher. He appears to have a bit of that mean streak I love in lineman, often finishing off blocks with authority even when away from the play. Gets to the next level very nicely. Was a TE his freshm...
Jan 13 2015 09:17 AM Jeremy Igo
Over the next several weeks I will be profiling NFL draft prospects I feel would be a good fit for the Panthers.Up first...Tyler Lockett School: Kansas StateSize: 5'11 - 175lbsPosition: WR/KR/PRRound Projection: 3 - 5Tyler Lockett is as close as it comes to being a no brainer for the Panthers if he is available in the mid rounds. Locket is a speedy slot receiver and an accomplished kick and punt returner. In 2014, he averaged 20.1 yards per kick return and 19.1 yards per punt return.Has the s...
Jan 11 2015 09:00 AM Jeremy Igo
The Panthers improved a great deal as the season went on, mainly due to fresh legs from the rookies and an easier schedule. For the Panthers to take the next step and become a legitimate contender, a few things need to happen. 1. Special Teams Overhaul Throughout the season special teams has been a game changer for the Panthers, and not in a good way. From undisciplined and unprepared schemes (Minnesota) to muffed punt returns (Arizona), the special teams unit is in no way satisfactory. Th...
Jan 08 2015 08:55 AM Jeremy Igo
Here are a few tidbits I found interesting concerning the matchup Saturday in Seattle.Where they are now:Seahawks are on a 6 game win streakPanthers are on a 5 game win streak.Earlier This Year: In their matchup earlier in the year, both teams had identical offensive efficiencies ( .33%) . Both teams had 9 drives. Both teams had 3 three and outs. Both teams had 2 turnovers. The difference in the game? One team scored a touchdown. The Panthers won the time of possession by two minutes.Fun Fact...