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Feb 23 2015 03:05 PM Nick_81
According to Molly Grantham of WBTV the Carolina Panthers have released running back Deangelo Williams.#BREAKING: @DeAngeloRB tells me he's released from @Panthers. Done deal. Exclusive story - tonight at 11pm. pic.twitter.com/MaBe1peEgj— Molly Grantham WBTV (@MollyGrantham) February 23, 2015 Deangelo Williams is the all time leading rusher for the Carolina Panthers. This has been expected this offseason as Deangelo's production no longer justifies his salary cap hit. Jonathan Stewar...
Feb 23 2015 10:01 AM Jeremy Igo
One of the more intriguing defensive players in this years draft is Shaq Thompson out of Washington. While reading up on his abilities, I couldn't help but make comparison's to the Panthers own Thomas Davis. Davis is in the twilight of his career, and now would be the time to groom an eventual replacement. Shaq Thompson might be the perfect candidate. Here is why... View image | gettyimages.com First, the measurables ... Thomas Davis 2005 Draft Profile Heig...
Feb 22 2015 07:40 AM Jeremy Igo
Cam Newton should be paid more than Luck or Wilson. If you ask yourself what percentage of the overall offensive success is each QB responsible for, Cam Newton comes out well above Andrew Luck or Russell Wilson. Cam Newton and his legs are the main reason the Panthers offense had any success at all last season. If not for his ability to stay alive with his physical talents when linemen and linebackers are chasing him, the Panthers would have been ranked dead last in the league....
Feb 21 2015 08:00 PM Jeremy Igo
According to Joe Person of the Charlotte Observer, Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers have begun contract negotiations. Apparently, both sides are happy to let the dust settle on the upcoming Andrew Luck and Russell Wilson contracts before talks get too serious. Then, they will use those contracts as a reference for Newton's upcoming deal. Don't be shocked if Cam Newton insists on more money than both Luck and Wilson, as Newton was a much larger part of any success his offensive uni...
Feb 21 2015 03:40 PM Jeremy Igo
The most important measurable for Offensive Tackles in the NFL Combine, in my opinion, is the shuttle drill. This drill incorporates getting out of the 3 point stance, lateral movement, and pivoting. All things that translate well at their position. 40 yard dash and bench press... not so much. If you want to get a glimpse of what these kids can do physically that translated to the NFL, watch the shuttle. Here are the top 5 shuttle performers from the combine.... Jake Fishe...
Feb 19 2015 02:14 PM Jeremy Igo
Here are a few things I think I think about what the Gettleman and Rivera NFL combine press conferences tell us. 1. Gettleman will pull the trigger early on a defensive lineman. I think it is a lock that somewhere in rounds 1-3 a defensive end or tackle will probably be taken. Gettleman just can't help himself from glowing when talking defensive line. 2. Wide Receiver in round 1 is a real possibility. Rivera's talk of getting Cam weapons rang true as he went on to d...