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  1. Round 1, pick No. 7-12 Javon Kinlaw, DL, South Carolina (6-foot-5, 315 pounds) Round 2, pick No. 38 Noah Igbinoghene, CB, Auburn (5-foot-11, 200 pounds) Round 3, pick No. 69 Matt Hennessy, G/C, Temple (6-foot-4, 307 pounds) Round 4, pick No. 113 James Lynch, DE, Baylor Round 5, No. 148 (from Washington in exchange for Kyle Allen) Leki Fotu, DT, Utah (6-foot-5, 330 pounds) Round 5, pick No. 152 Bravvion Roy, NT, Baylor (6-foot-1, 335 pounds) Round 6, pick No. 184 Julian Blackmon, S, Utah (6-foot-1, 204 pounds) Round 7, pick No. 221 Binjimen Victor, WR, Ohio State (6-foot-4, 199 pounds)
  2. Jourdan Rodrigue @JourdanRodrigue @josephperson : The Carolina Panthers are returning to a 4-3 defense from a 3-4, which Ron Rivera changed to a little over a year ago - in part - at the urging of owner Dave Tepper, multiple sources have said. More on the change(s), FA impact -
  3. Joe Person @josephperson Panthers had until Sunday to exercise the club option on Dontari Poe. As they did w/ WR Jarius Wright, they declined.
  4. word is the Panthers won’t be big spenders in free agency. With new head coach Matt Rhule on board, they will initially look to rebuild through the draft. https://www.profootballnetwork.com/nfl-draft-prospects-free-agency-news-rumors-giants-draft-plans/
  5. https://theathletic.com/1653970/2020/03/09/rodrigue-a-panthers-7-round-post-combine-mock-with-alternates-and-what-ifs/ Javon Kinlaw Noah Igbinoghene, cornerback, Auburn Brandon Aiyuk, wide receiver, Arizona State James Lynch, DL/edge, Baylor Colby Parkinson, tight end, Stanford Yasir Durant, iOL, Missouri Tyrie Cleveland, wide receiver, Florida
  6. Jourdan Rodrigue reports Panthers are interested in bringing back Addison to a short, team-friendly deal. They are also preparing to let Gerald McCoy, Vernon Butler, Bruce Irvine walk.
  8. THE CHARGERS TRADE A SECOND-ROUND PICK TO THE PANTHERS FOR CAM NEWTON With Philip Rivers entering free agency, the Chargers are left with Tyrod Taylor and Easton Stick on their depth chart. Adding Newton is a rare chance to acquire a 30-year-old former MVP in what could be the middle of his career, and the Chargers can install a roughly similar scheme for all three of their quarterbacks. Newton is signed through only the 2020 season. THE PANTHERS SIGN KELECHI OSEMELE TO A ONE-YEAR DEAL Osemele is a couple of years removed from his All-Pro form, and his brief stint with the Jets was a fiasco when the team tried to prevent him from undergoing shoulder surgery, but the 30-year-old should be ready for 2020. Osemele's run-blocking would make him a great fit at left guard for Matt Rhule in Carolina. MARCUS MARIOTA SIGNS A TWO-YEAR, $18 MILLION DEAL WITH THE PANTHERS With Carolina coach Matt Rhule looking for a quarterback who protects the football and offers some mobility if the Panthers want to use RPOs, he goes after a former Heisman Trophy winner in Mariota. This deal locks in Mariota as either a low-end starter or a high-end backup to compete with 2019 third-round pick Will Grier. THE PANTHERS ADD BUD DUPREE ON A FOUR-YEAR, $64 MILLION PACT Dupree was inconsistent for most of his time in Pittsburgh, but he matched his sack total from 2017 and 2018 combined by racking up 11.5 sacks in 2019. There's obvious risk in paying him, but the Panthers are thin on the edge after Brian Burns and can add a 26-year-old from owner David Tepper's former organization. http://www.espn.com/espn/feature/story?_slug_=predicting-2020-nfl-offseason-dominoes-eight-star-players-set-144-move-chaos&id=28600904&redirected=true
  9. CAM NEWTONQB, CAROLINA PANTHERS Speaking Tuesday, Panthers owner David Tepper said Cam Newton's future with the team will depend on his health. SOURCE: Jourdan Rodrigue on Twitter
  10. CAM NEWTONQB, CAROLINA PANTHERS Speaking to the Associated Press, Panthers GM Marty Hurney "refused to answer several" questions about Cam Newton’s future with the team. "He’s rehabbing, that’s all I can say," was as far as Hurney was willing to go on Newton's health. He then refused to address Newton's Super Bowl week assertion that he would "absolutely" be back in Carolina in 2020. Newton also said he had an "unbelievable conversation" with Hurney, coach Matt Rhule and new owner David Tepper. General managers aren't known for their expansiveness, but Hurney's complete refusal to comment is certainly noteworthy. With then new league year approaching, we will likely know Newton's Carolina future by this time next month. SOURCE: Associated Press Feb 6, 2020, 8:56 PM ET
  11. Carolina Panthers 7-round mock draft Round 1, Pick 7: Javon Kinlaw, DT South Carolina Javon Kinlaw’s insane explosiveness and athleticism for his position will win over Rhule. I believe Rhule also values building his defense from front to back, which is exactly what the Panthers need. Most mock drafts and draft boards don’t have Kinlaw quite this high, but following a tremendous Senior Bowl performance, and ahead of the NFL Combine, I believe Kinlaw is destined to be a top 10 pick. The Panthers could also be given a good offer to trade down from the 7th overall pick, given the rising stock of quarterbacks Justin Herbert and Jordan Love, who could be on the board here. Round 2, Pick 38: Denzel Mims, WR Baylor Denzel Mims is the real deal. Sure, you have probably seen him further down mocks and draft boards thus far, but at the end of the day, you draft players who can be stars in the NFL. Mims can be one, and his draft stock is only going up. This pick doesn’t make sense just because of the Baylor connection with Rhule, but more so because of the traits Mims offers with his athleticism, ball skills, large catch radius, and maturity. Mims is the much-needed larger-framed receiver to complement Moore and Samuel. As a perimeter receiver, he opens up the playbook for Joe Brady to use Moore and/or Samuel inside. The Panthers could also opt to trade down here if they believe Mims or other prospects they are high on may be available towards the middle of the second round. Round 3, Pick 69: Matt Peart, OT UConn Matt Peart has an impressive combination of size and mobility at 6-foot-7. He also offers positional flexibility with experience at guard and left and right tackle. Peart seems to have the traits of athleticism, size, and coachability that are attractive to Rhule, and is a much-needed addition to the Panthers’ offensive line. Round 4, Pick 103: Troy Pride Jr., CB Notre Dame Rhule loves athleticism in his players, and Troy Pride Jr., also a track star, brings that to the cornerback position. Pride Jr. has a solid frame to back up his speed and quickness and will give Jackson much-needed competition in the secondary, as the two compete to potentially replace Bradberry. ound 5, Pick 134: Amik Robertson, CB Louisiana Tech I like drafting players that dominated at the college level. I think Rhule will as well. Amik Robertson was a second-team AP All-American this past season and amassed 14 interceptions in his three years at LA Tech. The downside to Robertson is his 5-foot-9 height, effectively limiting him to defending the slot. However, Robertson has all of the tools to be an elite slot cornerback in the NFL from day one. Round 6, Pick 165: Francis Bernard, LB Utah Francis Bernard was at the center of the elite Utah Utes’ defense. He is an athletic and highly productive linebacker that was the emotional leader of the Utah defense. Bernard would be a nice late-round pick to start to the post-Kuechly era on defense. Round 7, Pick 199: James Lynch, DE Baylor James Lynch was a first-team All-American this past season at Baylor. The Baylor connection would obviously attract Rhule to Lynch. The success and accolades of Lynch, along with his coachability with Rhule, makes this a great fit in the 7th round. https://www.profootballnetwork.com/2020-nfl-draft-carolina-panthers-7-round-mock-draft/
  12. Per Matt Miller That said, the word coming out of Carolina early in the draft process is the Panthers don't expect to draft a quarterback early in this class. Again, it's really early and that could change, but that's the word now. https://bleacherreport.com/articles/2874393-2020-nfl-mock-draft-matt-millers-post-super-bowl-complete-7-round-predictions#slide7
  13. GREG OLSENTE, CAROLINA PANTHERS The Athletic's Richard Deitsch reports that FOX Sports has "made it clear" it will hire Greg Olsen as an announcer if he decides to retire. Olsen has already served as a guest analyst for FOX for several years, so it would be a natural transition for the soon-to-be 35-year-old. During his test gigs, Olsen has been much better in the booth than fellow tight end Jason Witten was on Monday Night Football. Olsen finally shook his persistent foot woes in 2019 but had his least productive season since 2011. He has strongly hinted that he is leaning toward retirement. SOURCE: Richard Deitsch on Twitter Jan 28, 2020, 4:27 PM ET
  14. She mentions Browns LB Joe Schobert, Jets WR Robby Anderson, Saints QB Teddy Bridgewater, Steelers LB Tyler Matakevich as free agents who are familiar with the new coaching staff.
  15. The MMQB @theMMQB David Tepper is searching for a head coach for the first time as the Panthers’ owner, and he opens up to @AlbertBreer about what he’s looking for in a coach (and more in this week’s Game Plan) http://go.si.com/feeNdOD https://www.si.com/nfl/2019/12/12/david-tepper-carolina-panthers-cam-newton-head-coach-search-nfl-meetings?utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=themmqb&utm_source=twitter.com
  16. 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.
  17. 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
  18. http://footballgameplan.com/fbgps-2015-nfl-draft-special-inside-the-war-room-carolina-panthers/ Good morning Panther fans! Here's my inside the war room special for you guys. Enjoy! Em
  19. I saw the computer comp on NFLN, and Mike Mayock said it was an interesting comparison---his tone giving me the feeling that he was actually considering it to be somewhat true, so I looked him up, and maybe... Nelson Agholor looks fairly smooth and looks to be a threat on punt returns. An unnamed NFC scout apparently believes that his ceiling is as a slot receiver. Perhaps the scout is right, but it sure does look like he can play on the outside when I look at his highlights, and he looks fairly physical. As for speed, he ran a 4.42 which is almost identical to Maclin's 4.45
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