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1. Defensive Tackle: Make that two defensive tackles for Carolina. Edwards can rush the quarterback fairly well, but can't stop the run for the life of him. Carolina has neglected this position for so long that they really have to double dip on this position early on. I'd be extremely surprised if they didn't take one with their first round selection.
2. Cornerback: With Gamble announcing his retirement the CB situation is even worse. Unfortunetely, due to how many needs they have, they will probably only be able to grab one upgrade in this draft. They could take one as early as round two.
3. Wide Receiver: Carolina desperately needs a stable #2 target for Cam Newton to work with, and also someone to replace Steve Smith, who could fall off at any point due to age. This is another position that could be addressed as early as round two.
4. Offensive Tackle: Carolina has no stable right tackle to protect Cam Newton, and Jordan Gross' play is start...
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It’s been a slow progression, but the Carolina Panthers have been moving in the right direction since John Fox’s lame-duck season of 2010. They drafted the 2011 Rookie of the Year in quarterback Cam Newton and followed that up with the Defensive Rookie of the Year in linebacker Luke “Luke-ness Monster” Kuechly. Meanwhile, they have gone [...]The post Best and worst offseason...
NFL News: The Carolina Panthers released 31-year old linebacker Kenny Onatolu who was a backup linebacker who also played on special teams.
Fantasy Ramifications: None.
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