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Report: CB AJ Bouye close to deal with Panthers

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15 minutes ago, Mr. Scot said:

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You’re reading too much into that, he has been a starting CB up til now so Gantt characterizing him as that in a tweet means nothing. In the same tweet he lists CB as a potential position we could target in the draft. If we draft a CB and Donte outplays Bouye in camp, AJ won’t start. There’s a solid chance he winds up being one of our 2 best CBs or even our best and starts but that’s no guarantee, depends on who else we draft/sign or if anyone else on the roster already emerges.

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Just now, WarPanthers89 said:

Don’t forget DT. We need one, maybe two.

Honestly with his market seemingly being slim pickings, it might make the most sense for both sides for KK to come back here on a 1 year deal for dirt cheap with heavy incentives. Cheap, consistent, temporary depth for us and a chance for him to rehab his value and potentially earn a decent deal from another team next off season.

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tracks the ball deep and reads the QB eyes well. Even asked to cover TEs from time to time. Looks like he could play FS or CB. Don’t like the peds suspension 

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12 minutes ago, ForJimmy said:

I’m excited about Bouye. Bouye, Jackson, Melvin, Pride is a solid group of CBs especially before the draft... LT and FS are still needs along with depth.

Hoping we can land Hooker

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