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What the Carolina Panthers have lost in the offseason (Jordan Gross, Steve Smith, Captain Munnerlyn, Ted Ginn and Mike Mitchell) still outweighs what they have gained.

Carolina Panthers 2014 NFL draft recap: As much as he likes big guys, Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman didn’t like the second-tier of offensive tackles enough to find Jordan Gross’ possible successor in the draft.

Tre Boston faced his fair share of struggles as a defensive back at North Carolina, but Saturday he was drafted by the Carolina Panthers in the fourth round of the NFL draft.

The NFL draft is over. Here’s what the Carolina Panthers’ two-deep might look like headed into the minicamps.

A quick look at North Carolina safety Tre Boston, selected in the fourth round by the Carolina Panthers.

2014 NFL draft: Bene Benwikere offers a ballhawk in the Carolina Panthers’ defensive backfield after nabbing 12 interceptions in his final two seasons at San Jose State.

2014 NFL Draft: Carolina Panthers’ sixth-round pick Tyler Gaffney won’t threaten DeAngelo Williams or Jonathan Stewart for a starting job, but the running back from Stanford could be a valuable backup.

Three Charlotte players were drafted in the fourth round of the NFL draft – Ross Cockrell, Walt Aikens Jr., and Prince Shembo

2014 NFL draft: Follow the third day's picks with the Charlotte Observer's Carolina Panthers beat reporters Jonathan Jones and Joe Person as well as columnists Tom Sorensen and Scott Fowler.

The NFL Draft crew recaps the 2014 NFL Draft for the Carolina Panthers.

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