Vincent and Oli talk about where the Panthers are at safety, what’s important at the position as a prospect, whether there is a fundamental difference between the different types and usages of safety before working their way through the top prospects at both free and strong safety.
Vincent and Oli talk through how the Panthers, Joe Brady and Matt Rhule might look to use the tight end going forward as opposed to how Ron Rivera has valued guys like Chris Manhertz and whether the team would be more inclined to make use of two tight ends on the field at the same time moving forward.
As Oli and Vincent continue their look at the Panthers roster heading into 2020 and where they might want to fill some holes in free agency and – of course – the draft, they take a look at the defense and how terrible it was in 2019…and what needs to happen to make it better in 2020.
Before we dive straight into the 2020 draft, first Oli Harvey and Vincent Richardson – both British after Josh’s accent drew so many complaints! – need to examine who’s in the offensive cupboard before Marty Hurney, Matt Rhule and David Tepper buy the groceries over the next few months.
Luke Kuechly announced his retirement (and Keith announced his semi-retirement), Matt Rhule is assembling his new coaching staff with a lot of fellow Baylor coaches. Oh, and rumors swarm about a trade involving Cam. This is the last podcast for the “2019 season” — we will return for the 2020 Draft.
Panthers Bill joins the #OneDayContract crew to talk about if there’s any chance that the new coaching staff is a roaring success, if there’s any chance that Cam Newton takes the first snap of 2020, Curb, Fresh Eggs, Patience and whether you can truly ‘build a program’ in the NFL.