No news is great news for Carolina Panthers safety Nate Salley.
Salley, a fourth-round draft pick in 2006, worked as the first-team strong safety alongside during the team's three-day minicamp last month.
The Carolina Panthers will open training camp without any hold-outs on Saturday, as the team came to terms with first round pick DeAngelo Williams late Thursday night and fourth round pick Nate Salley earlier in the day.
The Panthers took a safety in round 4, Ohio State's Nate Salley.
After a slow draft weekend in 2005, Ohio State will once again be well-represented in the 2006 NFL Draft. As many as six Ohio State players have been projected as first-round picks, and several more could see their names called in the later rounds. Here is an in-depth analysis of the players who could be selected in this weekend's draft, along with commentary from Scout.com NFL Draft Expert Tony Pauline.
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February 26, 2006