CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — The Panthers say they’d like to find a replacement for longtime No. 1 wide receiver Steve Smith in this year’s NFL draft. The big question is when they’ll do it.
When your team is drafting 28th, it is a lot harder to zero in on one player and end up happy than it is if your team is picking top 10. So, I am trying not to obsess over one guy (although I have admitted to dreaming about Marqise Lee). Here are a few guys I would like to see in Blue and Black.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — General manager Dave Gettleman said the Panthers want a left tackle to protect Cam Newton’s blindside and a young wide receiver for the Pro Bowl quarterback to throw to this season.
The Draft is arriving and as we have discussed the “BUST” of the Carolina Panthers; we must now talk about the great picks by the organization.
ESPN CFB And NFL Draft Analyst Kevin Weidl Previews The NFL Draft. What should the Panthers do and where does Kevin think they will go?
With the term “BUST” identified I have narrowed a list down to the Panthers best “BUST” of all time.
Chris Simms Talks about the NFL draft and what to expect in college football this year. Does he think Charlie Strong is a good fit at Texas?
The great Greg Cosell of NFL Films and the NFL Match Up Show made his return to the Mac Attack today to preview the upcoming NFL Draft, for his take on Johnny Manziel, and what the Panthers need to do in round 1
I think for many sports enthusiasts spring is a time that you can attempt to just shed your winter coat and get outside.
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Jadeveon Clowney believes he’s the NFL’s No. 1 draft pick and says he took a big step toward that goal during South Carolina’s pro day workouts Wednesday.