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Panthers defensive tackle Vernon Butler is expected to miss at least a month with a sprained left knee he injured during the first half of Wednesday’s exhibition victory over Houston.

Butler, the first-round pick in 2016, went down hard on a crack-back block by Texans tackle Breno Giacomini on a tunnel screen to wideout Braxton Miller.

Panthers coach Ron Rivera sent video of Giacomini’s block to the NFL for league officials to determine whether it was legal.

“That’s going to be up to the league,” Rivera said Friday. “I sent it in, just wanted to get a clarification on it. We’ll go from there.”

Butler missed five games last season with a high ankle sprain that hurt his development as a rookie.

He was in the midst of a solid training camp, but now will be sidelined for the rest of the preseason. Rivera said the team hopes Butler will be ready for the Week 1 game at San Francisco.

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It just wasn’t the right day for Carolina Panthers rookie kicker and seventh-round pick Harrison Butker.

It was more of a wide-left day, actually.

Butker had the lone kicking responsibilities in Saturday’s Panthers training camp practice, and hit four of six attempts. The two he missed were back-to-back, and both sailed past the left side of the uprights.

“I think he’s just learning to get the feel for it,” said head coach Ron Rivera.

Butker did impress with his last kick – a 52-yarder right through the middle of the uprights, with plenty of extra room to go.

“He’s getting used to it. He’s a work in progress. I look forward to the opportunity he gets when we get to the preseason.”

Butker is in a kicking competition for a roster spot with veteran Graham Gano, who did not kick on Saturday.

“We are alternating,” said Rivera. “What they want to do is one day just one guy kicks the whole thing, so (Sunday) it’ll be all Graham.”

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Carolina Panthers defensive end Daeshon Hall (74) works against the Houston Texans during the first half of an NFL preseason football game, Wednesday, Aug. 9, 2017, in Charlotte, N.C. (AP Photo/Mike McCarn)
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It’s going to be a busy NFL exhibition season with almost 40 Aggies in camp.

Carolina Panthers’ rookie defensive end Daeshon Hall had a tackle and two quarterback hits in a 27-17 loss to Houston on Wednesday. New Orleans’ defensive back De’Vante Harris had a tackle in a 20-14 loss to New Orleans

In other news, defensive back Tramain Jacobs signed with Detroit on Tuesday after being with the CFL’s Toronto Argonauts. Jacobs has been with Baltimore (2014-15), the New York Giants (2015-16) and Oakland (2016). He’s played in eight NFL games, three with Baltimore in 2014 and five with the Giants in ’15. He has three career tackles.

The 49ers signed Sean Porter on Wednesday to a one-year deal. Porter (6-1, 242) was drafted by Cincinnati in the fourth round in 2013. He played one game with the Bengals in two years, missing his rookie season with an injury and then was waived Nov. 30, 2015. He was signed a week later by Jacksonville for its practice squad. He played two games in ’16, spending the rest of the time on the practice squad.

Pittsburgh waived center Mike Matthews on Tuesday. Matthews then after clearing waivers was put on the team’s reserve/injured list where he could receive an injury settlement after suffering a torn patella tendon which wasn’t known until after he was put on waivers.


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CAROLINA PANTHERS (6-10 in 2016)

OPEN CAMP: Tuesday, Wofford College, Spartanburg, S.C.

LAST YEAR: QB Cam Newton suffered through worst statistical season of career, injury-plagued offensive line failed to protect adequately, and young secondary struggled early against pass. Panthers went from being No. 1 offense in 2015 to 19th, prompting them to spend first two draft picks on versatile RB Christian McCaffrey and WR Curtis Samuel, and add pieces on O-line.

Newton played final month of season with partially torn rotator cuff. Concussions ended seasons of two key starters: LB Luke Kuechly and OT Michael Oher. Oher has since been released after failing physical. K Graham Gano missed several big field goals, causing team to draft Harrison Butker to compete. TE Greg Olsen had strong season, clearly team MVP in 2016.

Entire defensive line returns along with free agent pickup Julius Peppers. Panthers were second in sacks last season (47) but defense finished out of top 10 for first time in five years.

IMPORTANT ADDITIONS: Peppers, OT Matt Kalil, CB Captain Munnerlyn, WR Charles Johnson, rookies McCaffrey and Samuel, S Mike Adams.

IMPORTANT LOSSES: OT Michael Oher, OT Mike Remmers, WR Ted Ginn Jr., WR Philly Brown, FB Mike Tolbert, defensive coordinator Sean McDermott, GM Dave Gettleman, assistant GM Brandon Beane.

CAMP NEEDS: All eyes will be on Newton, who’s returning from right shoulder surgery. He’s expected to throw at training camp and should be ready for season opener. Matt Kalil, Ryan’s brother, takes over at LT, but RT position up for grabs between Daryl Williams and rookie Taylor Moton. Olsen, LB Thomas Davis up for contract extensions.
Team already extended contracts of DT Kawann Short and G Trai Turner this offseason. Kuechly returns after missing last six games in 2016 with concussion.

EXPECTATIONS: Panthers going for it all after finishing 6-10 one season following reaching Super Bowl. They have one of most experienced teams in league, particularly with addition of free agents Peppers, Munnerlyn and Adams on defense.

Team added versatile playmakers in McCaffrey and Samuel on offense to take pressure off Newton, whose production dipped significantly last season. Carolina’s well positioned to challenge for fourth NFC South title in five years and another conference championship while playing fourth-place schedule.

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One of the new offseason series that we are going to start at Land-Grant Holy Land, is bringing our readers a weekly spot to find Buckeye-related NFL news from around the web.

“Samuel’s unpredictability paired with his explosive athleticism makes for a devilish playmaker — the type of player that the Panthers have been missing for years.”
-Derrik Klassen, TwoQBs
The Carolina Panthers let a lot of offensive talent walk away this year during free agency, including former Buckeye receivers Ted Ginn Jr. and Corey ‘Philly’ Brown. Instead, the team focused on rebuilding through the draft with two of the college game’s most coveted talents: Christian McCaffrey and Ohio State’s Curtis Samuel.

Klassen details how these two rookies will have a positive impact on Carolina’s offense, and how Samuel’s dual-position skill set will only exacerbate the team’s schemes and options. While at Ohio State, Samuel lined up in different slots, confusing defenses, putting them in reactive situations where they were unable to contain him.

The Panthers should try and utilize Samuel as much as they can, which means more snaps for the sometimes-receiver and sometimes-rusher. His experience motioning in and out of the backfield, and flipping between positions, will set Carolina up for offensive options they haven’t had in the past.

“The 2014 first-round pick moved into the starting lineup as a rookie, made the Pro Bowl last year and has generally made plays all over the field when he’s been in the lineup.”
-Josh Alper, NBC Sports
Former Ohio State legend Ryan Shazier is looking forward to having a full, healthy season as he heads into the fourth year of his rookie deal. He’s missed 14 total games due to injuries over the past three seasons, but has still been able to menace opposing offenses.

Despite a slew of injuries that have kept him sidelined, Shazier has still amassed 210 total tackles, 7.0 sacks and nine turnovers — three interceptions coming just from the 2016 season. The Buckeye has found his groove at the next level and will need a solid performance this season and next if he wants to make the big money on his second NFL contract.

Drafted in the first round of the 2014 NFL draft by the Steelers, the team is going to do everything it can to keep the linebacker in Pittsburgh for the foreseeable future. So long as Shazier can stay available for his team, he hasn’t even come close to reaching his potential — which is a pretty scary thought.

“Mangold was cut loose by the New York Jets, and even though he’s 33 and coming off an injury-plagued season, he’s still one of the best centers of this generation.”
-Frank Schwab, Shutdown Corner
Most of the Buckeyes in the NFL have found either a new home or a new contract this offseason, but free agency hasn’t been kind to all former Ohio State stars. In one of the first cuts to be made after the final whistle of the 2016 postseason, the Jets released 11-year veteran Nick Mangold.

The center had been a point of stability for the team over the years, had been voted to the Pro Bowl seven times, and was All-Pro thrice. It wasn’t exactly a surprise that the Jets made the move, clearly going all-in on a rebuilding era and cutting most of their experienced talent.

What was surprising, however, is that Mangold still hasn’t been called up by another team. Spring practices are in the bank, and offseason workouts are complete. With training camp just a few weeks away, this could be the first season since 2005 that the former Buckeye isn’t snapping a ball on Sundays.
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There are three Buckeyes still taking snaps up North in the Canadian Football League: Duron Carter, Marcus Hall and DeVier Posey.

Posey was drafted by the Houston Texans in 2012 in the third round, with the No. 68 overall pick. He spent three seasons with the team, but never gained much traction with the offense, recording only 272 yards on 22 receptions (40 targets) and never making it into the endzone.

He was traded after the 2014 season to the New York Jets, but was waived just before the start of the 2015 regular season. Posey had some additional interest, and signed with the Broncos in 2016, but was once again let go before the season kicked off.

Just a month later, Posey signed with the Toronto Argonauts, and has been on the roster ever since. The CFL season opened a few weeks ago, and, as seen in the video above, the wide receiver still has the wheels to make a difference. So far, he’s suited up for seven CFL games, and has already bested his NFL production, claiming 441 yards on 32 receptions and two touchdowns already in 2017.

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If you’re not excited about what Christian McCaffrey is going to do when his NFL career kicks off in about two months, then we can’t be friends.

The Carolina Panthers’ No. 8 overall pick in the 2017 draft is one of the most dynamic all-around prospects to enter the league in recent years and he has an excellent chance to build a legendary name for himself in the sport.

Thanks to an archaic NFL rule about quarterly academic semesters, McCaffrey only saw one day of action on the field during OTAs.


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In a few weeks McCaffrey will finally get up to full speed when training camp begins.

In the mean time, our staff has been watching all of the McCaffrey tape we could find. Let’s just say Carolina fans are not going to be disappointed.

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To help get you ready for the onslaught of jaw-dropping, highlight-reel plays to come, the Panthers’ social media team shared a McCaffrey hype video on their official Twitter account earlier this afternoon.

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The future of Carolina Panthers tackle Michael Oher became more of a mystery Thursday night as he deleted an Instagram picture of 10 pill bottles sitting on a counter with the caption, “All for the brain smh.”

Oher has been in the concussion protocol since late September. A league source recently told ESPN that the subject of the 2009 Hollywood hit “The Blind Side” would be at the team’s mandatory June 13-15 minicamp even though he hasn’t participated in voluntary workouts.

The picture cast doubt on that. His agent, Drew Rosenhaus, did not immediately return messages.

Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman told the team website Friday that he wasn’t sure what to make of the social media post.

“I don’t know if Michael posted that photo or not,” Gettleman said. “Regardless, my primary interest is Michael’s health.”

Gettleman said he flew to Nashville on May 5 to meet with Oher because he hadn’t spoken to him since March.

“We really had a great visit,” Gettleman said. “We talked for an hour, had lunch. It was a very comfortable conversation. We talked about a lot of things — nothing about football. It was about him, how he was doing and the issues he was dealing with.

“It started and ended well. And after we met, Michael did follow up for a few days. However, the communication has stopped.”

Oher was charged in early May with assaulting a Nashville Uber driver in April. He has a trial date set for July 21.

If Oher reports he still has to pass the final phase of the concussion protocol before competing for the right tackle spot. Gettleman indicated in March that Oher was on track to do that, noting Oher was working hard and doing football workouts.

He didn’t sound as optimistic in his latest comments.

“Our No. 1 priority is a healthy Michael Oher,” Gettleman said. “This is not about football, this is about Michael.”