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The Panthers took care of bolstering their pass rush in the first round. Now they should look at building their offensive line in the second." Panthers 2019 NFL DraftTop 10 players the Carolina Panthers should consider drafting on Day 2New https://www.carolinapanthersfanshop.com/Mike-Adams-Jersey ,83commentsThe Panthers took care of bolstering their pass rush in the first round. Now they should look at building their offensive line in the second.EDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:Top 10 players the Carolina Panthers should consider drafting on Day 2TwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailThe Carolina Panthers selected edge rusher Brian Burns with the No. 16 pick in the NFL Draft last night, and tonight they will have the opportunity to add more quality players to their roster. The Panthers currently hold the No. 47, No. 77 and No. 100 picks in the draft, and regardless of how the draft board shakes out tonight Marty Hurney will have a prime opportunity to make the Panthers a better team than they were yesterday. Here are 10 players the Panthers should consider drafting tonight who would help the roster on Day 1.Offensive tackleCody Ford, OT, OklahomaFord is versatile enough to fit in at right tackle or guard for the Panthers, and that versatility would be extremely useful. The Panthers have to decide who is going to play left tackle for them in 2019, but if Ford is the best offensive lineman of the bunch remaining when the No. 47 pick is due, then they should take him and figure out the details later. Jawaan Taylor, OT, FloridaTaylor is a right tackle, and itís arguable that Carolina already has two of those on the roster, but the Panthers shouldnít pass on Taylor at No. 47 because they donít want to move Taylor Moton to the left side. The goal is to build the best offensive line you can build with the pieces you have available to you, and if that requires moving Moton to the left while sliding Taylor in at right tackle (with Daryl Williams at left guard) https://www.carolinapanthersfanshop.com/Matt-Kalil-Jersey , then the Panthers should do that.Greg Little, OT, Ole MissIím a little surprised that Little wasnít drafted in the first round and Iím not confident heíll still be available at No. 47, but if he is the Panthers should run to the podium. They got their edge rusher yesterday and should get their left tackle tonight. A one-two punch of Brian Burns and Greg Little would be an A+ draft from Hurney and Co.Cornerback/SafetyGreedy Williams, CB, LSUYouíre probably wondering why Iím listing cornerback as a position that Carolina should address in the second round, but honestly Williams shouldnít be available at No. 47. This is more of a Ďthe value is there, so take ití kind of pick, and honestly can anyone give me one good reason why we should pass on a cornerback named Greedy? We should take him on name value alone.Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, CB/S, FloridaSame scenario as Williams here ó the value is too good to pass up at No. 47. Gardner-Johnson can play both cornerback and safety, so his versatility would be a huge bonus to Ron Riveraís defense.Nasir Adderly, S, DelawareThe Panthers have to take a safety with one of their first four picks in this draft. Itís too big of a need to ignore. Adderly is the best safety of the bunch https://www.carolinapanthersfanshop.com/Captain-Munnerlyn-Jersey , and would make a great partner with Eric Reid in the Panthersí secondary.Juan Thornhill, S, VirginiaThornhill played both cornerback and safety in college so that versatility would be useful in the Panthersí scheme. Thereís a really good chance that Thornhill is still on the board at No. 47, and if he is it could be too hard to pass up the chance to get him.Taylor Rapp, S, WashingtonRapp is almost a clone of Eric Reid, but Rivera hasnít shied away from playing two strong safeties in the past. I donít think Rapp should be the No. 1 target for Carolina on Day 2, but if heís still there at No. 77 then they should probably take him.Edge rusherChase Winovich, EDGE, MichiganThe Panthers need to add more than one edge rusher to rebuild their anemic pass rush, and if Winovich is the best player on the board at No. 47 I wouldnít be upset if Hurney double-dipped to get two pass rushers. Thereís a good argument that every pick the Panthers make in this draft should either protect or rush the quarterback, and if thatís how the draft shakes out for Carolina I canít say that I would be upset about it.Oshane Ximines, EDGE, Old DominionI think that Ximines would be a good value pick in the third round https://www.carolinapanthersfanshop.com/David-Mayo-Jersey , and if he somehow makes it to No. 100 that would be a best case scenario for the Panthers to snag him up and add another young, talented pass rusher to their roster.What do you think, Panthers fans? Who is your favorite prospect remaining? Who do you think we should target in the second and third rounds tonight? Share your thoughts with us!Keep Sounding LIVE ó 2019 NFL Draft, Round 1 The Panthers have added a familiar face to the running back room on a one-year deal." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteCat Scratch Readera Carolina Panthers communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsAboutPanthersOddsShopStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Keep Sounding PodcastPanthers 2019 NFL DraftCSR Film RoomFiled under:Carolina Panthers free agency 2019Carolina Panthers re-sign running back Cameron Artis-Payne to one-year contractNew,187commentsThe Panthers have added a familiar face to the running back room on a one-year deal.EDTShareTweetShareShareCarolina Panthers re-sign running back Cameron Artis-Payne to one-year contractThe Carolina Panthers have re-signed free agent running back Cameron Artis-Payne to a one-year contract, the team has announced.Artis-Payne is excited to stay in Carolina for one more year.The Panthers drafted Artis-Payne in the fifth round of the 2015 NFL Draft and he has been used as a backup option to Jonathan Stewart and Christian McCaffrey ever since. He only has 118 carries for 491 yards and five touchdowns since joining the Panthers, but when he does get a chance to play he shows positive traits that would normally encourage the coaches to give him more playing time. For unknown reasons, however, that additional playing time has never materialized.Unless this is a super cheap one-year deal, this is a puzzling move by the Panthers since the coaching staff never uses Artis-Payne on game day unless a minimum of four other running backs have been injured. I guess Ron Rivera wants to take an opportunity to get another look at what CAP can do for the Panthers this season. Whether we actually get that look or not is yet to be determined.What do you think, Panthers fans? Do you like this move? Share your thoughts with us.

Posted Dec 17, 2019, 2:56 am
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