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  1. As the the temperatures increased today at the Carolina Panthers and Miami Dolphins joint practice today, so did the players' tempers. During one on one drills, Panthers left tackle Michael Oher took Dolphins DE Olivier Vernon out wide and eventually to the ground at the feet of the spectating players. After the play, Vernon stood above Oher a move that is probably less than courteous. Oher initiated helmet to helmet contact while getting back on his feet. This escalated into punches being thrown. Panthers right tackle Mike Remmers then runs in and grabs Vernon in defense of his fellow Panthers tackle.
  2. As the the temperatures increased today at the Carolina Panthers and Miami Dolphins joint practice today, so did the players' tempers. During one on one drills, Panthers left tackle Michael Oher took Dolphins DE Olivier Vernon out wide and eventually to the ground at the feet of the spectating players. After the play, Vernon stood above Oher a move that is probably less than courteous. Oher initiated helmet to helmet contact while getting back on his feet. This escalated into punches being thrown. Panthers right tackle Mike Remmers then runs in and grabs Vernon in defense of his fellow Panthers tackle. View full article
  3. The Carolina Panthers offensive line depth chart has become a little more clear now that the OTA practices have come to an end and the Panthers Mini-Camp is set to begin. Here is how the depth chart is shaking out according to my eyes and notes... Left Tackle Michael Oher - Biggest question mark on the entire team. Jonathan Martin - Looking to revitalize his career Martin Wallace - Has earned a few second string reps David Foucault - On the bubble Right Tackle Mike Remmers - Has also spent limited reps at second string center) Daryl Williams (R) - Getting plenty of one on one coaching Nate Chandler - Chandler hasn't practiced, recovering from injury, slight speculation here. Left Guard Andrew Norwell - Future pro bowler? Amini Silatolu - Last year's starter Tyronne Green - 5th year journeyman our of Auburn, injury issues. Right Guard Trai Turner - Road grading guard Chris Scott - Appears to be in good shape, can also backup tackle position Jordan McCray - Tryout player looking for a chance Center Ryan Kalil - Leader of the offense. Brian Folkerts - Solid backup, used as TE on some rhino packages Ronald Patrick - South Carolina kid looking for a NFL home. Taking a quick glance of this lineup, it is easy even for the most casual fans to see a tremendous upgrade over the offensive line from this time last season. Three of the five starting offensive line positions have been upgraded tremendously (Remmers, Turner, Norwell) and the jury is still out on one position (Oher). The quality of depth found is also much improved with former starters moving back to backup positions where they probably should have been to begin with.
  4. The Carolina Panthers offensive line depth chart has become a little more clear now that the OTA practices have come to an end and the Panthers Mini-Camp is set to begin. Here is how the depth chart is shaking out according to my eyes and notes... View full article
  5. The Carolina Panthers have signed offensive tackle Michael Oher two a two year deal. Oher struggled last season with the Titans, but some speculate it was mainly due to a nagging toe injury. Oher spend the last few games on injured reserve. He is now said to be healthy and anxious for a new start. It is debatable if Oher is an upgrade over the much maligned Byron Bell. Pro Football Focus had Bell ranked next to last in 2014, with Oher a few slots above him. If injuries did play a role in the decrease in Oher's performance, he could very well come in and perform at a higher level than Bell on day one. I do not think the offensive tackle positions are concrete yet. I still do expect for a rookie and/or possibly another free agent offensive tackle to be brought into the mix by the Panthers along with right tackle Mike Remmers. I am convinced Remmers will be given a shot at left tackle at some point this offseason. Afterall, Nate Chandler was given that opportunity last offseason... so why not?
  6. The Carolina Panthers have signed offensive tackle Michael Oher two a two year deal. Oher struggled last season with the Titans, but some speculate it was mainly due to a nagging toe injury. Oher spend the last few games on injured reserve. He is now said to be healthy and anxious for a new start. It is debatable if Oher is an upgrade over the much maligned Byron Bell. Pro Football Focus had Bell ranked next to last in 2014, with Oher a few slots above him. If injuries did play a role in the decrease in Oher's performance, he could very well come in and perform at a higher level than Bell on day one. I do not think the offensive tackle positions are concrete yet. I still do expect for a rookie and/or possibly another free agent offensive tackle to be brought into the mix by the Panthers along with right tackle Mike Remmers. I am convinced Remmers will be given a shot at left tackle at some point this offseason. Afterall, Nate Chandler was given that opportunity last offseason... so why not? Edited for front page by IGO
  7. According to Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun, Michael Oher paid a visit to the Carolina Panthers last week. Oher had a rough season in Tennessee, where he was plagued with a toe injury that eventually landed him on injured reserve. It is hard to imagine Oher as being much of an upgrade over the recently released Byron Bell. More likely Oher would compete for a backup role, replacing the oft injured Garry Williams. I look for Carolina to continue to search for a solid answer at left tackle. One answer could be already on the roster. Mike Remmers performed well at right tackle last season, and has a natural build for left tackle. None of these questions may really be answered until offseason workouts reveal the new starting lineups.
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