The Carolina Panthers closed training camp on Tuesday with a few lingering questions. Fortunately for them, they still have three preseason games to address them before they take the field against the Denver Broncos on September 8th.
August 17, 2016
The Carolina Panthers are less than a week away from their first preseason game and have released their first unofficial depth chart.
We turn our attention to the defensive side of the ball as we rank each position group in the NFC South. We start with the defensive line and rank each team in the NFC South.
Training camp is a proving ground for some younger players who will be looking to make a name for themselves and earn a spot on the Panthers' 53-man roster. These are four players who could surprise some people over the next few weeks and worth watching in training camp.
The Carolina Panthers signed Ryan Delaire during the 2015 season but the second-year defensive end should make his biggest impact this upcoming season.
The Carolina Panthers were able to bring back veteran Charles Johnson however the future of the position appears to be on Kony Ealy's shoulders. Brandon Croce breaks down the defensive end position for the Carolina Panthers.
While this may be considered the offseason, for NFL players this time is as valuable as during the season. There will be plenty of players fighting for their jobs over the next few months and we take a look at five players on the Carolina Panthers who could be on the roster bubble this summer.
The Carolina Panthers have one of the more complete teams in the NFL, however there is still some weak spots in the roster. We take a look at the top five positions of need for the Carolina Panthers entering the NFL Draft.