Matt Paradis has quietly become the best center in the NFL. And nobody is talking about it.
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The Carolina Panthers are less than a week away from their first preseason game and have released their first unofficial depth chart.
With training camp less than a week out, Mile High Huddle highlights five players who are flying under the radar, but could end up making a big impact for the Broncos.
According to Spotrac, the Carolina Panthers currently have spent the sixth fewest among NFL teams with their offseason spending currently at $114,847,821.
The Broncos are in the process negotiating a long term extension with Von Miller and have had preliminary talks with Emmanuel Sanders. Analyst Adam Uribes takes a look at three other homegrown. Broncos who could be next in line for a contract extension.
The Carolina Panthers addressed their center position this offseason by extending their starter, Ryan Kalil, and signing depth behind him with Gino Gradkowski.
Now that the NFL Draft is in the books, we try to predict what the Carolina Panthers 53-man roster might look like on Opening Night in Denver.
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