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  1. https://www.espn.com/nfl/draft2024/insider/story/_/id/40077804/key-intel-all-32-teams-2024-nfl-draft-depth-charts-buzz-team-needs-next (ESPN + required)
  2. Also @TheSpecialJuanthis is another way of putting a tweet. It's called a Screenshot.
  3. Finally, with this pick I can finally stop worrying about the #1 pick being given away.
  4. https://www.espn.com/nfl/draft2024/insider/story/_/id/39927794/2024-nfl-mock-draft-three-rounds-mel-kiper-field-yates-predict-first-100-picks (Premium Required) Panthers Picks:
  5. https://theathletic.com/5376327/2024/03/29/carolina-panthers-free-agency-nfl-draft-mailbag/ We have our two route runners. Will that impact the “style” of receiver we look for in the second round? — Alexander S. The kind that gets open and makes plays. Canales likes his guys to know all of the receiving spots. So while Adam Thielen is pretty well locked into the slot at this point in his career, my sense is the Panthers will prioritize speed and separation ability over whether a guy’s more of an X or Z. This was one of the questions that was on the JP mailbag. So does this mean we're looking less in the direction of Legette and Coleman and more in the direction of a McConkey and Burton?
  6. https://www.espn.com/nfl/draft2024/insider/story/_/id/39806887/2024-nfl-mock-draft-matt-miller-seven-rounds-257-picks-predictions (full mock, on ESPN+) For the Panthers Picks: 2.33 Xavier Legette, WR, South Carolina One nugget I've heard from multiple NFL scouts since the Senior Bowl is that the Panthers love this wide receiver class and believe they will be able to add a rookie starter at No. 33. The Panthers sent 10 people to the South Carolina pro day, and Legette's 4.39 speed at 6-foot-1 and 221 pounds is perfect for slant routes -- which would in turn help quarterback Bryce Young get the ball out faster in 2024. 2.39 Kingsley Suamataia, OT, BYU Suamataia has the power to be a very good right tackle, a position he played in 2022 and one that could soon be open in Carolina. For the time being, he could learn behind Taylor Moton and continue to develop his special movement and power traits. 3.65 Chris Braswell, DE, Alabama The trade of Brian Burns opens the door for a pass-rusher, and Braswell had eight sacks and forced three fumbles last season at Alabama. From Here on out, it's just picks only. No explanation. 4.101 Braelon Allen, RB, Wisconsin 5.141 Jarrian Jones, CB, Florida State 5.142 Justin Eboigbe, DT, Alabama 7.240 Jordan Whittington, WR, Texas
  7. He doesn't even listen to advice about it too. Like I'm glad you're fast but take two extra seconds damn.
  8. For depth this is cheap and a decent player. You can't buy an all pro for 5 million.
  9. I'll miss DJ. Made one of the rarest plays in NFL history with the Pick 2.
  10. @TheSpecialJuan Wait two seconds for teh x part of the link to turn into twitter.com before you embed. Please and Thank you )
  11. People act like the salary cap isn't 250 mill. Iit increases every year, and literally only 3 people on this team are worth being paid above average salaries. We'll be fine.
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