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One of the more interesting stories of the 2015 Carolina Panthers OTA sessions has been the improvement of Corey Brown at the wide receiver position. A few days ago during practice I was standing next to Bill Voth of BBR discussing Brown's improvement. We came to the conclusion that the best sign of his arrival as a player was the fact that we were no longer really taking note of his receptions. Meaning, Corey Brown making plays had become routine, not noteworthy. That is a true sign of a player's growth. After the final Panthers OTA practice, I wanted to speak to Corey about his growth and his thoughts of the receivers group as a whole. So I waited, and waited, and waited a bit more. You see, Corey was across the field catching one handed passes with the defensive backs..... View full article
Here is a look at how the Carolina Panthers receiver depth chart is shaping up, as I see it. #1 Receiver Kelvin Benjamin - Looking to build on a solid rookie campaign. #2 Receiver Help Wanted - Apply Within #3 Receiver / Deep Threat Ted Ginn - Back in Carolina, looking to regain stride Corey Brown - Showed great potential to build on. #4 Receiver / 3rd down possession guys Jerricho Cotchery - Mixed results in 2015 Brenton Bersin - Dependable role player, had a few nice first down grabs. Jarrett Boykin - Will push Bersin, possible special teams roster spot Question Marks / Special Teams Stephen Hill - Fan favorite with much to prove still De'Andre Presley - on the bubble Mike Brown - Special teams signing Marcus Lucas - Big body that showed flashes in 2014 training camp The Carolina Panthers still appear to be primed to draft a wide receiver early in the 2015 NFL Draft. I still like Jaelen Strong in the first round at 25, who the Panthers are also interested in.