Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton complained during a 6-10 season in 2016 that football wasn’t fun anymore. Here are five players the Panthers could draft in 2017 who would make the game more fun for him.
Most NFL draft experts don’t think there’s a top-10 QB in this year’s class. But if Deshaun Watson or Mitch Trubisky were to go early, it could give the Carolina Panthers a shot at the likes of LSU’s Leonard Fournette or Stanford’s Solomon Thomas.
Despite another round of rumors that the Panthers are looking to trade up for San Francisco’s No. 2 overall selection, GM Dave Gettleman’s comments and input from team sources seemed to quash the possibility.
Many observers expected Panthers GM Dave Gettleman to load up on drafted defensive ends when he arrived from the Giants. That hasn’t been the case. But could this be the year Gettleman goes for an edge rusher?
These are the top 10 available defenssive linemen in the 2017 NFL Draft, which begins on April 27. Texas A&M’s Myles Garrett, Alabama’s Jonathan Allen and Stanford’s Solomon Thomas are atop a deep group of first-round talent.
These are the top 10 available defensive backs in the 2017 NFL Draft, which begins on April 27. Ohio State cornerback Gareon Conley, Buckeyes safety Malik Hooker and cornerback Marshon Lattimore, along with LSU’s Jamal Adams, are the top prospects.
These are the top 10 available running backs in the 2017 NFL Draft, which begins on April 27. LSU’s Leonard Fournette, Stanford’s Christian McCaffrey and Florida State’s Dalvin Cook are most likely to go in the first round.
Duke Children's Hospital held its first prom on Sat., April 22, 2017, for current and former patients age 12 and up. More than 100 patients and their guests danced, ate, posed in a photo booth and even smeared whipped-cream pies on Duke staff as part of the fun.
Shawn RoccoDuke Medicine News
Prom time at Duke Children's Hospital
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