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  1. I'm not sure how I feel about Sweat given the heart condition and a few other factors. I prefer OL and believe they'll still take one of the OT's. I'm assuming you have some insight to how the Panthers have Sweat graded. It appears that there are only 15 or so guys that have a first round grade in this draft. If they take him, I get it. There were two interesting nuggets from Albert Breer this morning on this OL crop and Sweat: And on Sweat: Details weren't provided on his handling of the pre-draft process and I haven't seen anything written about it. It's going to be interesting Thursday night, that's for sure. https://www.si.com/nfl/2019/04/22/mock-draft-kyler-murray-arizona-cardinals-nick-bosa-dwayne-haskins
  2. Williams is going to get paid, someone will pay him despite the medical concerns. Cleveland gave former bust 2nd overall pick Greg Robinson $7 million, could be as high as $9 million and a below average Donovan Smith got PAID by Tampa. This doesn’t surprise me.
  3. I’m going to assume Polite had the most money to gain or lose at the Combine and man did he take a hit. I’m pretty sure he’s not going until round two now.
  4. Anytime there’s an opportunity to hand the Cowgirl’s an L it must be done. Kudos to Smitty. Witten was one of, if not the worst, analysts I’ve ever heard in the booth.
  5. Hey @Verge, one of my favorites is Nate Davis from Charlotte. Granted I’m a bit biased since that’s my alma mater but I’d love to get him in the late 3rd or 4th. Does your source have any thoughts on him? Thanks!
  6. I think Bradbury cemented himself as a first rounder (after 20) yesterday. I don't think he's worth taking at 16, but that's just my opinion. I think the Panthers will find themselves in a good spot on draft night. The real question is how they have these guys graded. I can see a scenario when they're up to pick at 16 and they have a few guys with the same grade. Since this team needs to get younger, I wouldn't be surprised to see them trade back to pick up additional picks. This draft seems loaded with players on the offensive/defensive lines. It may be in the Panthers best interest to move back. The Colts did something similar last year, granted they had a top 5 pick. That strategy worked out well for them in the first year at least.
  7. He looked a step slower before the injury. I never want to doubt a man but those injuries are extremely tough to overcome. I think they should look elsewhere.
  8. Frank is on the last year of a cheap rookie deal. The only way he gets dealt is part of a package most likely. If someone offered a 2nd rounder for him, I'm sure Kupchak would take that deal. But, they need another body down low. If I were you, I wouldn't get my hopes up about a major deal. I don't think the Hornets have enough to pull something off without including future first rounders, which they should not part with.
  9. I don't think Drummond would benefit this team in terms of how they like to play. He's essentially a younger Dwight Howard to me and I don't think they need that. I've gotten to the point now where I don't believe Batum is getting dealt. It would cost way too much, the Hornets would probably have to give up two first rounders to do that and I don't believe you should trade future picks just to get rid of an albatross contract. In my opinion, you should only trade future first rounders to get a bonafide superstar or if you're in a position to win a championship. This team has been run off the court at Boston and Toronto but they've been extremely competitive with Philly and most other games. In essence, the team needs to make a minor deal for a viable rotation player. Monk's improvement has been vital during this stretch and he needs to keep that going and they've done it without Zeller. I'm not his biggest fan but he's important to what they do and he makes Kemba way more effective in the P&R game. If Monk can continue to progress, that can really make this team much more dangerous offensively with those three on the court at the same time. But, Zeller has to stay healthy, which is a crapshoot.
  10. My Uber driver Saturday said she was a Saints fan...in my best interest I decided not to say anything since I wasn't driving. But, the ridiculous amount of crying they have done is just amazing.
  11. Per this article in the Charlotte Observer today, guard Nate Davis from right up the road at Charlotte met with the Panthers during the Senior Bowl. https://www.charlotteobserver.com/sports/nfl/carolina-panthers/article225341660.html
  12. My guy Nate Davis played well at LG this week. Would love for the Panthers to take him. I think he solidified himself this week. We need OL help, including the interior.
  13. Haslam has had his paws over Tennesee’s football program and it’s been disastrous. Haslam will find a way to ruin the good fortune Cleveland has stumbled upon. What gives me hope with Tepper is that he hasn’t come out and told us that he’s the smartest man on the planet. I know people are already upset with him on not getting rid of Ron or Marty, but he’s going to be the constant around here and I don’t see the Haslam/Snyder qualities that would doom a franchise.
  14. Just made the edit but I misread initially. Herb is Nasir's cousin, not his dad. Which makes sense considering Herb is almost 80 years old. Oops! My bad
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