If former Maryland receiver D.J. Moore is who the Carolina Panthers believe he is, the offense has the No. 1 top-dog receiver they’ve lacked since Steve Smith Sr. was jettisoned.
If former Maryland receiver D.J. Moore is who the Carolina Panthers believe he is, the offense has the No. 1 top-dog receiver they’ve lacked since Steve Smith Sr. was jettisoned. David J. Phillip AP
If former Maryland receiver D.J. Moore is who the Carolina Panthers believe he is, the offense has the No. 1 top-dog receiver they’ve lacked since Steve Smith Sr. was jettisoned. David J. Phillip AP
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‘Never comfortable,’ Panthers less likely to be caught flat-footed after this draft

May 02, 2018 11:20 PM