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CHARLOTTE – The Panthers selected the left tackle they coveted with the 37th overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, choosing Greg Little from Ole Miss in the second round.

Carolina moved up 10 spots from No. 47 in a trade with the Seahawks. The Panthers sent the 47th pick and the 77th pick (their first of two third-rounders) to Seattle. Carolina is still set to pick again at No. 100 later Friday.

Little, a first team All-SEC selection in 2018, started every game at left tackle for the Rebels each of the past two seasons. He came to Ole Miss as the No.1 ranked offensive lineman in the country and started five games at left tackle as a true freshman.

The 6-foot-5, 310-pounder with 35 ¼” arms has all the physical tools and the necessary athleticism to succeed at the next level. The 21-year-old from Allen, Texas, described himself as a “quick-twitch big guy” at the scouting combine.

Little, widely praised for his abilities in pass protection, allowed one sack, two quarterback hits and nine quarterback hurries over 465 pass-blocking snaps last season according to Pro Football Focus.

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The Carolina Panthers have signed veteran free-agent receiver Chris Hogan to a one-year deal, the team announced Friday.

Hogan, who is coming off a season in which he totaled 35 receptions for 532 yards and three touchdowns for the New England Patriots, brings veteran experience to a Carolina receiving corps that moved on from 2015 second-round pick Devin Funchess and Damiere Byrd.

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Hogan seemingly understood New England’s decision not to re-sign him, making him available for free agency and ultimately to sign with the Panthers.

“It’s a business,” Hogan said. “I can’t read too much into it. At the end of the day they’re trying to run the team as best as they see fit. Sometimes things don’t work out. I’m just really excited about this opportunity.”

Hogan, who turns 32 in October, is the oldest receiver on the Panthers’ roster, ahead of Torrey Smith, who will turn 31 in January.

The experience is key, with the team’s top two receivers 2018 first-round pick DJ Moore (21) and 2017 second-round pick Curtis Samuel (22). Moore took over the No. 1 receiver spot midway through last season when Funchess had five dropped passes in a loss to the Lions. Samuel moved into the No. 2 slot with the Panthers going with more youth and speed.

Hogan looks forward to playing with quarterback Cam Newton after spending the past three seasons with Tom Brady.

“I’m really excited about it,” Hogan said. “I’ve been in the building now for a short period of time. Everyone that talked to me about Cam [said] he’s the ultimate competitor. Him and Tom are very similar in that respect. I know I’ll enjoy working with him and being on the same field with him. He’s an incredible athlete.”

Some had projected a bigger season for Hogan with the Patriots in 2018, given that receiver Julian Edelman opened the season by serving a four-game NFL suspension and several other receivers the Patriots hoped would emerge didn’t pan out.

That thrust Hogan, who was held without a catch on six targets in Super Bowl LIII, into a front-line role at various points of the season. The Patriots, however, seemed to like his fit best as a No. 3 or 4 option, as evidenced by how his snaps declined after the club traded for Josh Gordon in mid-September.

In 40 regular-season games for the Patriots over the 2016-2018 seasons, Hogan totaled 107 receptions for 1,651 yards and 12 touchdowns. In nine playoff games, he totaled 34 catches for 542 yards and 4 TDs.

The Patriots had signed Hogan to a three-year, $12 million contract as a restricted free agent from the Buffalo Bills in March 2016.

ESPN’s David Newton and Mike Reiss contributed to this report.

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D.J. Moore is not the only Carolina Panthers rookie that has been impressing during the second week of OTAs. Rookie cornerback Donte Jackson had a great day Tuesday getting a shot with the first defensive group per multiple reports.

Jackson, who was drafted No.55 overall is slated to get reps at both nickel and cornerback during the remainder of OTAs and minicamps per a report from Stephen Igoe of 247Sports.

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As Max Henson of Panthers.com notes, Jackson “got an extended look” at corner on Tuesday.

Jackson is known to have a nose for the football. In three seasons with the Tigers, he recorded 110 tackles. In 2017, he appeared in 11 games recording 45 total tackles (29 solo, 16 assisted) in addition to an interception and a sack.

His best game of the 2017 campaign came in a win against Florida. In that contest, he recorded nine tackles (four solo, five assisted) and a pass deflection. He was second on the team in tackles during that contest.

Jackson has been compared to former Panther Josh Norman by head coach Ron Rivera due to his swagger and talkative nature. He could be what the Carolina Panthers have been missing ever since Norman’s departure. By all accounts, Jackson plays physically and unafraid. He seems like the type of player you would want covering your best receiver. That type of swagger and physicality were trademarks of the Carolina Panther defenses from two or three years ago.

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It will be interesting to see what type of role Jackson will have with this team from here on out. Jackson, like Moore, appears as though he has the talent to make an impact immediately. I have a feeling he will be a defensive staple of the team for years to come as the team transitions to a youth movement.