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International Players Added to NFL Practice Squads

May 25, 2017​ FOUR INTERNATIONAL PLAYERS ADDED TO PRACTICE SQUADS FOR 2017 SEASON Four teams will carry an additional overseas player on their practice squads during the 2017 season as part of a new International Player Pathway program, the NFL … Continue reading

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Draft Rewind 2016: Vernon Butler, Carolina Panthers

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about VERNON BUTLER: Louisiana Tech, 6035 323 5.31. Two-year starter from Summit, MS. Named to the All-Conference USA first team. A big man with long arms and strong hands for the position. Played all along the defensive … Continue reading

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Draft Rewind 2011: Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about CAM NEWTON: Auburn, 6050, 248, 4.59. Junior entry. One-year starter. Junior college transfer. Started career at the University of Florida. Won the junior college national championship at Blinn (TX) Junior College in 2009. Runs the spread, … Continue reading

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Draft Rewind 2014: Tre Boston, Carolina Panthers

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about TRE BOSTON leading up to the 2014 NFL Draft: North Carolina, 5115, 204, 4.58. Three-year starter. Always around the ball. Active and involved in the defense. A playmaker with experience at both corner and safety. Instinctive and … Continue reading

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Carolina Panthers’ 5-Year Draft Review

by Adam Fournier, Ourlads’ Intern Following a bottom of the league finish in the 2010 NFL Season, the Panthers have bounced back winning 12 games in 2013 and capturing the last two NFC South Division titles. The Panthers have been … Continue reading

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Panthers Sign Michael Oher

by Dave Syvertsen, Ourlads’ Draft Analyst   What?  OT Michael Oher SIGNED by Carolina  Why? There is one glaring issue on the Panthers roster and GM David Gettleman made a quick, quietly effective signing to start the process of filling it.  … Continue reading

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Draft Rewind 2014: Trai Turner, Carolina Panthers

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about TRAI TURNER: LSU, 6025 310 4.93. Two-year starter. A stout and athletic right guard after a redshirt year in 2011. Thick upper and lower body. Explosive and powerful knee bender with long arms (34”) … Continue reading

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Draft Rewind 2014: Kelvin Benjamin, Carolina Panthers

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about KELVIN BENJAMIN:  Florida State, 6050 240 4.62. Underclass entry. One-year starter. Was one of seven wide receivers who caught at least 20 passes as a red-shirt freshman. A big physical target who is not easy to … Continue reading

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2014 NFL Draft Sequence

    The following is a list of each NFL team, their total number of selections, and their picks by round in the upcoming draft. This will change as trades are made and when compensatory picks are awarded by the NFL. San … Continue reading

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Draft Rewind 2013 – AJ Klein – Carolina Panthers

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about AJ KLEIN:  Iowa State, 6013 246 4.73. Three-year starter. Productive over his career with three straight years of over 100 tackles. Four of his five career interceptions went for touchdowns. He also broke up 9 passes … Continue reading

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