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  • #61
    Originally posted by UKfan View Post
    There's a discussion in the Carolina team thread, third or fourth rounder being talked about in there I believe.
    3rd or 4th? I would give that up for him in a heartbeat. if Atlanta could trade their 3rd for him and doesn't they are makign a mistake. a rotation at DT of Grady Jackson and Kris Jenkins at NT and Rod Coleman and John Babineaux at UT would be a great one. especially with John Abraham at RE.

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    • #62
      Originally posted by scar988 View Post
      3rd or 4th? I would give that up for him in a heartbeat. if Atlanta could trade their 3rd for him and doesn't they are makign a mistake. a rotation at DT of Grady Jackson and Kris Jenkins at NT and Rod Coleman and John Babineaux at UT would be a great one. especially with John Abraham at RE.
      I don't think the Panthers are going to trade a talented player away to a team that they play twice a year. That doesn't seem like a good football idea.

      I'm a big Kris Jenkins fan. Big, fast, strong, and plays with a mean streak. Helluva DT when he was healthy, and only started to get back into playing shape towards the end of the season.

      I'm not sure how serious Carolina is for a DT considering how weak this DT class is, unless we are going to spend our #14 pick on a DT, whichever is avaliable. It is possible both Branch and Okoye are gone by 14 which would make it even a worse idea to get rid of a 3 time pro bowler. This could be something let out to motivate Jenkins to get his but in shape BEFORE TC.

      I'd take a high 3rd rounder for him, but only if there's some kind of contengency plan avaliable. I mean, with an aging Bucker and Carstens/Moorehead rotating, we were a pretty good D for two years.

      I'd hate to see him go, but I want to see him come in shape and ready to play. He seems to have gotten over his emotional/drug/etc issues, now he needs to show a focus to football before anyone goes out and break the draft and bank on him again.

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      • #63
        Originally posted by toonsterwu View Post
        The message boards don't take too kindly to that idea. I agree, I think corner is a very high probability despite the fans comments on it. That said, they could also just look for best defensive BPA (which could be corner, but could be something else).
        For what it's worth, the team supposedly thinks highly of Revis. That being said, I think if they are able to address their interior D-line through a trade like this and Jamaal Anderson is available when the pick comes around, he'll get a long look. Both Linehan and Haslett attended the pro day and have consistently talked about the pass rush being an area to improve well after the Hall trade.

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        • #64
          Some of you guys are crazy to be offerin all of these third rounds picks.

          Jenkins isn't going to be anybody's UT in a Cover 2 D. He just isn't built like that. When he is in playing shape, he is close to 340. He was rumored to be in the 380-400 range during the offseason last year and I doubt this year is any different. Maybe you guys could talk Gilbert Brown out of retirement and rotate him with Jenkins at the UT spot.

          Jenkins had one dominant year three years ago. Let's no forget that he was playing with three other top NFL starters in Peppers, Rucker and a very underrated Brenston Buckner. Since then, he has been medicore even when he hasn't been hurt. He has been notorious for having a bad attitude, all of the way back to college.

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          • #65
            Originally posted by marks01234 View Post
            Some of you guys are crazy to be offerin all of these third rounds picks.

            Jenkins isn't going to be anybody's UT in a Cover 2 D. He just isn't built like that. When he is in playing shape, he is close to 340. He was rumored to be in the 380-400 range during the offseason last year and I doubt this year is any different. Maybe you guys could talk Gilbert Brown out of retirement and rotate him with Jenkins at the UT spot.

            Jenkins had one dominant year three years ago. Let's no forget that he was playing with three other top NFL starters in Peppers, Rucker and a very underrated Brenston Buckner. Since then, he has been medicore even when he hasn't been hurt. He has been notorious for having a bad attitude, all of the way back to college.
            You're right about his supporting cast and weight in TC but remember, the guy made his own name and he always drops the beef before the reg season.

            That said, the panthers accept anything less than a second.

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            • #66
              Rams are at the top of the list of teams right now, but the best offer the Panthers have received is a third round pick.

              http://community.heraldonline.com/?q...d_the_campfire

              This is the blog of Darin Gantt, who according to his bio has been covering the Carolina Panthers for 11 years, nine of which have been with The Rock Hill Herald.

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              • #67
                Originally posted by NGSeiler View Post
                Rams are at the top of the list of teams right now, but the best offer the Panthers have received is a third round pick.

                http://community.heraldonline.com/?q...d_the_campfire

                This is the blog of Darin Gantt, who according to his bio has been covering the Carolina Panthers for 11 years, nine of which have been with The Rock Hill Herald.
                Gantt is normally very reliable with his information. He even reports some information before the Charlotte Observer, which is the #1 source of Panthers' news most of the time.

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                • #68
                  The availability of Jenkins could have an impact on the Rams' draft strategy, writes John Clayton. The Rams clearly want an upgrade at defensive tackle and Jenkins could be the anchor of their defense. With the No. 13 pick, the Rams would take Louisville defensive tackle Omobi Okoye if he's there, but getting Jenkins could have a more immediate impact.
                  According to the Charlotte Observer, the Panthers are willing to listen to offers for Jenkins. Because of his reluctance to participate in the offseason training program, the six-year veteran has been a challenge for the Carolina staff.

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                  • #69
                    I sure hope the rams trade there 4th rounder for him

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                    • #70
                      I wouldn't mind a third and another pick from the second day.

                      Our scouts apparently think there's a lot of value in round 3, so I mean if we can get the Rams third and use our 4th and another to move up again to give us 3 3rd rounders the scouts should be happy.

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                      • #71
                        I'd give up a jelly donut and it'd probably be accepted since Kris Jenkins can't resist jelly donuts.

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