The Panthers are hoping fourth-round draft pick Stefan LeFors can win the No. 3 job at quarterback this year. "He's a little shorter than most quarterbacks, and that's probably the reason he went to the second day (of the draft)," Panthers head coach John Fox said. "But other than that it's hard to find anything wrong with him."
June 26, 2005
This past weekend at the 2005 NFL draft in New York City, two players that have shared a number of snaps together at the University of Louisville, were reunited as teammates in Carolina. The Panthers landed 6'2'' running back Eric Shelton with their second round draft pick (54 overall). On day two, Carolina hit the Louisville campus again by snagging quarterback Stefan Lefors with the 20th pick (121 overall) of the fourth round.
April 26, 2005
One of the finalists for the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award as a senior, Stefan LeFors continued the school's tradition of producing standout quarterbacks, following Dave Ragone, Chris Redman, Jeff Brohm and Browning Nagle, all whom received national honors during their time at Louisville.
April 20, 2005
<p>The Patriots continue to shuffle their draft board as they figure to add pieces in free agency and possibly after the June 1st cuts. The Insiders report includes more on what the team has been up to, and what to expect come draft day also analysis of past draft day maneuvers the team has pulled off.</p><p><I>Not An Insider yet? Check out our <B><A HREF="http://patriots.scout.com/3/PI-Promo-blip.html">Special Offer!</A></B> to get a <B>free</B> Patriots Superbowl DVD, or other gift.</I
April 19, 2005