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Panthers912

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Best Hands on the Panthers?

Pat Yasinskas, who has been doing a fantastic job on the NFC South blog covering the Panthers in the last few months (perhaps because there has been some positive news to cover lately!), writes an interesting blog post about Greg Olsen's hands and his potential role on the team. I have to say, having followed Olsen since his high school days at Wayne Hills, I was overjoyed with this trade, as well as the move for Hartsock. He is exactly the kind of safety outlet Cam Newton needs in his early development stage, and he will help free up our receivers on the outside as well.

Ryan Mallet Making A Visit to Charlotte

I know Mallet is a bit of a head case (in some ways, he seems to have a little Jake in him, both positive and negative), and he needs to work on pocket poise (like Jimmy), but if we were to trade down and pick up a second rounder, would it be so bad to take a flyer on him? At least if he checks out mentally with Rivera, Chudzinski and Shula. His arm is incredible, and he had a flair for the dramatic at Arkansas.

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Looking Back to Trade Back

  Not since their inaugural draft in 1995 have the Panthers held the number one overall pick. Of course, Bill Polian wound up trading that pick to the Bengals, who infamously selected Ki-Jana...

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