With the No. 8 pick in the NFL Draft, the Carolina Panthers have plenty of options to address several needs. Panthers beat reporter Jourdan Rodrigue breaks down who the team might pick in the first round and offers other names to look out for.
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Ron Rivera, head coach of the Carolina Panthers, talks earlier this week about how new coaches could help Cam Newton's game. (The Carolina Panthers will hire Norv Turner as offensive coordinator and Scott Turner as quarterbacks, a source told the Observer on Thursday evening.)
Carolina Panthers coach Ron Rivera addresses questions about the possibility of the NFL adding an extra referee, the team's offseason plans and franchise ownership issues pm on Monday, Jan. 8, 2018, a day after the loss to the New Orleans Saints in the NFC wild-card playoff game.