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Panthers interested in Landon Collins

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According to NFL.com the Carolina Panthers are working out safety Landon Collins on Tuesday.

"Alabama safety Landon Collins, the top safety prospect in the 2015 NFL Draft, will perform for the Carolina Panthers in a private workout Tuesday. One of three Alabama underclassmen to enter the draft, Collins told al.com of his scheduled workout with Carolina, which holds the No. 25 overall pick of the draft."

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Collins fits perfectly what Ron Rivera and Dave Gettleman love in a strong safety, mainly run stopping ability.

I had the Panthers selecting Collins in my first However, due to the many wide receiver free agent moves this offseason, I no longer believe the draft's best safety makes it to pick 25.

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much better than the two prospects that zod talked about in the sekret klub, even if i dont like landon as much as andrus peat or jaelen collins

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much better than the two prospects that zod talked about in the sekret klub, even if i dont like landon as much as andrus peat or jaelen collins

Sekret Klub? Why can't I crack this code of you All Pro members?!

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Sekret Klub? Why can't I crack this code of you All Pro members?!

 

its only 5 bucks. i mean, it's not like you have to tear your knee to get access.

 

though i only signed up for potential draft poo. dont really care about poo like phillybs luke keuchly stories.

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From the article, "But while the Panthers could benefit from a more competitive situation at safety, landing Collins might not be possible without at least a small trade-up in the draft. Collins is widely regarded as the draft's top safety prospect by NFL Media analysts, who all expect Collins to be gone before the Panthers' choice at No. 25 across six mock drafts."

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Solid chance Collins will be their at #25. And good chance he won't be the BPA available at #25

 

You have no idea what you're talking about.

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From the article, "But while the Panthers could benefit from a more competitive situation at safety, landing Collins might not be possible without at least a small trade-up in the draft. Collins is widely regarded as the draft's top safety prospect by NFL Media analysts, who all expect Collins to be gone before the Panthers' choice at No. 25 across six mock drafts."

Hmmm, first we workout Trae Waynes and now Landon Collins, both projected top 15 picks, could Gman really be considering trading up? What next, a workout with Amari Cooper?

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Hmmm, first we workout Trae Waynes and now Landon Collins, both projected top 15 picks, could Gman really be considering trading up? What next, a workout with Amari Cooper?

 

No, but we did send Ricky Proehl to check out Devante Parker...

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Hmmm, first we workout Trae Waynes and now Landon Collins, both projected top 15 picks, could Gman really be considering trading up? What next, a workout with Amari Cooper?

neither are projected Top 15. More like Top 25. But Wayne has a much slimmer chance of falling to us than Collins

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mehhhhhhhhh

 

The panthers are not too high on the D prospects this year. Well besides a couple corners. I really don't see a D prospect we'd be picking at 25. 

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