On Monday, Carolina Panthers opted to keep two of their own and re-sign them to the team
Last Tuesday Panthers DE Greg Hardy signed his franchise tender as Hardy and his agent try to workout a long-term deal with Carolina. With this move, Hardy is guaranteed his $13 million salary and it applies to the Panthers salary cap immediately. Although mandatory team activities don’t begin for awhile, Hardy is now required to attend them since he signed his tender.
With Jabari Parker & Rodney Hood leading the way, the Blue Devils take this year’s 2nd meeting vs the Tar Heels. Len Martez & Colin Hoggard discuss that win plus the Bobcats lost in Memphis.
Mike Florio, from ProFootballTalk.com, stops by for his weekly 8 AM visit to discuss all the goings on in the NFL.
Using several mock drafts, we’re trying to get a better idea of who might be available for the Panthers to select in the first round. Using average draft position as selection order, the Panthers are left with options at multiple need positions.
Andrew Brandt, from Sports Illustrated’s Monday Morning Quarterback and former Packers executive, talks with Mac and Jim about the Panthers use of the franchise tag on Greg Hardy, the Steve Smith situation, Drew Rosenhaus and re-signing Cam Newton.
Longtime NFL draft analyst from DraftInsider.net, tony Pauline, talked with Mac and Jim about the Panthers draft outlook and several of the top prospects including JaDeveon Clowney and Jonny Manziel. Tony also discusses the prospects of Tajh Boyd (not a big fan).
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — A person familiar with the situation says defensive end Greg Hardy has signed his franchise tag tender with the Carolina Panthers.
Bill Voth, who covers the Panthers for SportsXchange as well as working with the Sporting News and several other outlets, joined Mac and Jim to discuss the Panthers off-season moving and shaking, including Greg hardy, Steve Smith, the offensive line and primary targets for re-signing.
NFL Insider, Jason La Canfora, from CBS and CBSSports.com joins the Mac Attack to discuss keeping Hardy, prioritizing Ginn and Mitchell, winning with an offense that’s seen as the weakness, trying to replace Jordan Gross, the Steve Smith situation and Jim Harbaugh not playing nice in the Bay Area.
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