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The Carolina Panthers head into the 2021 free agency period needing to make decisions on several key offensive free agents.

After three consecutive losing seasons, the Carolina Panthers head into the 2021 NFL‘s free agency period with several positions that need addressing. Before they can attack arguably the most significant offseason in the team’s history, the Panthers must address the numerous players on their roster who will be free agents once the 2021 season kicks off in March.

The 2021 offseason will be critical for the Panthers if they look to make headway in the NFC South
I don’t think anyone realistically thought the Carolina Panthers would be players in the NFC South. Among the three other teams, the Panthers are on the bottom looking up. However, that is a script that could soon flip on its head, as massive changes are on the division’s horizon.

The shifting tides of the NFC South
Matt Ryan could be in his final season with the Falcons. Drew Brees could very well retire this offseason. And Tom Brady has only the 2021 season remaining on his contract with Tampa Bay.

If the Panthers make the right moves, they can be poised to capitalize on the turmoil that will fall on the other teams. Whether it is 2022 or 2023, the Panthers could be sitting on top of this division.

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Head coach Matt Rhule and offensive coordinator Joe Brady helped to inject new life into the offense. However, we have to watch for Brady to leave and become a head coach. He was already in meeting rooms for several coaching vacancies around the NFL.

They have an up and coming defense after spending every 2020 NFL Draft pick on the unit, including potential Defensive Rookie of the Year Cheap Jeremy Chinn Jersey. Carolina has the best running back in the NFL in Cheap Christian McCaffrey Jersey — the Panthers are a QB away from competing week in and week out.

How much cap space do the Carolina Panthers have in 2021?
According to Over the Cap, the Carolina Panthers come into the 2021 free agency period with $7.132 million on cap space.

This offseason will be an interesting one for new Panthers general manager Scott Fitterer. While he looks to make his mark on the team, he is hamstrung due to the salary cap reduction.

By playing most of the games without fans, the revenue took a massive hit due to no money coming in the gates every Sunday. Current estimations have the salary cap at $176 million, down $22.2 million from the previous season. The NFL and NFLPA agreed to a salary cap floor of $175 million.

The Panthers have to make decisions on several of their potential 2021 free agents
The 2020 offseason was dominated by the massive trade of DeAndre Hopkins to the Arizona Cardinals in what was arguably the worst trade imaginable. Well, there was a second one that was nearly as bad that no one mentions.

The Panthers’ shipping of Trai Turner looks ominous in hindsight
The trade involved the Panthers moving Trai Turner to the Chargers for Russell Okung.

Not only did the Panthers trade away Turner, a 26-year-old Pro Bowl guard, but they traded him for an older and more expensive player who was non-committal on retirement the year previous.

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Okung is now 32, only played in seven games, and carried a $13 million cap hit. The trade alone forced the Panthers to eat $9.6 million in dead cap last season. Essentially, the Panthers paid $10 million and turned two seasons of a 26-year-old Pro Bowl guard into one season of a 30-something tackle who’s coming off a season in which he missed 10 games.

Having now played in only 13 games in the last two seasons, the Panthers need to cut bait and let him walk in free agency. Addressing the offensive line will be critical for the Panthers in both free agency and the draft, but Okung should be kept far away from those plans.

What will the Panthers do with two key offensive weapons possible leaving?
I don’t know if there was a more surprising performance than RB Mike Davis last season. First off, the fact anyone not named Christian McCaffrey in the backfield was odd enough, let alone someone who had the season he did. After taking over for the injured McCaffrey in Week 2, Mike Davis finished the year with 1,015 yards and 8 touchdowns from scrimmage.

He has already predicted himself that it will be a “free agency this year is about to be crazy.”

After inking McCaffrey to a four-year, $64 million deal, the Panthers might choose to bring back his touch count to keep him on the field, and Davis proved to be a great second option. The issue is he played so well that he is assuredly going to get several calls from teams trying to get the Panthers’ free agent to sign with them.

Can the Panthers keep from losing Curtis Samuel in 2021?
While they do have WRs Cheap D.J. Moore Jersey and Cheap Robby Anderson Jersey, Samuel showed his versatility in this offense. Even last year, before the season kicked off, OC Joe Brady said Samuel “fits the mold of what we’re looking for.” It took some time to figure out the role for him given the offseason, but once they did, Samuel was all over the field.

Samuel ended the season with 77 catches on 97 targets for 851 yards (career-high) and 3 touchdowns. He was utilized in the run game as well, carrying the ball 41 times for 200 yards and 2 additional touchdowns.

Now a free agent, Curtis Samuel overperformed the $1.2 million he received from the Panthers last season. According to Spotrac, he enters free agency with an estimated $12.4 million market value on a four-year, $49.96 million deal.

Given the cap constraints placed on the team by both the reduced salary cap and questionable decisions but the former management, the Panthers might be forced to lose Samuel in the 2021 free agency period.

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CHARLOTTE – Perhaps no player on the Panthers’ roster has as many different roles as Myles Hartsfield.

So naturally, he’s spending his first professional offseason adding to the list.

The second-year safety/nickel/running back/special teamer has continued to build his résumé since the season ended, with Sunday’s grand opening of his Limitless Fitness facility in New Jersey.

Naturally, opening a gym is a complicated process at any time, but trying to do so during a pandemic has added to the number of tasks Hartsfield is trying to juggle with his business partners.

“I’m going to city hall like every other day,” Hartsfield said with a laugh of his sudden education in the world of starting a business. “It will truly show you patience. But that’s what you need to have to get the things you want in life, so you might as well learn it.”

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Hartsfield got into the business innocently and easily enough. He knows something about keeping high-level athletes prepared, so it was a short step to gathering some friends who were trainers to work with people outdoors during the early stages of the pandemic.

“We were training people who couldn’t get into a gym because of coronavirus, and people kept saying ‘You need your own spot,'” Hartsfield said.

Now, he’s spending more time learning how to acquire permits than working with clients, but that’s nothing new for a guy who has found his niche with the Panthers because of his versatility, and willingness to do anything.

Head coach Matt Rhule recruited the New Jersey native to Temple back when Hartsfield was a running back. He became a defensive back at Ole Miss and bounced all around the secondary there.

That continued to be the case in his rookie year, as he got work on both sides of the ball in training camp.

By Week 7, he was back to his roots on offense, as the Panthers made him part of the game plan before the first New Orleans game.

“I mean, I’m sitting in the same meeting room with Cheap Christian McCaffrey Jersey. I was like, ‘Is this real?'” Hartsfield said. “I thought they were blowing smoke at first, but I get to the hotel the night before the game, and I’m looking at the first 15 (play) script, and I’m in there, it’s like, ‘What’s going on? They’re really going to give me the ball.’

“Then, as soon as I got hit, it’s like ‘OK, this is why I play defense.’ But I hadn’t done in it five years, so my two carries for 2 yards were like living the dream.”

As he progresses in his football career, Hartsfield knows his most likely path is on defense, and that’s where he built more and more of a role last year. But his first entry point was on special teams, where he quickly became a regular (playing every game and finishing with 254 snaps).

He played 140 snaps of defense (one of seven rookies to play at least 100 snaps of defense for the Panthers last year), along with his four on offense, making his first season a lesson in multi-tasking.

“I knew by getting into a camp at all, I was blessed to be in that situation,” Hartsfield said. “I didn’t know when I got here what my role might be, but I knew I could contribute on special teams. Putting everything into that helped get me the reps on defense I got at the end of the season.

“I didn’t care where they put me, really, I just wanted to get my foot in the door.”

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By the end of the season, he was getting regular work as the nickel back and safety, in addition to his kicking game duties. It’s all still a bit of a blur to him, but he’s open to whatever they ask in the coming year.

“I feel like I could do both (safety and nickel),” he said. “The key for me is to just be ready and to be coachable and take full advantage of whatever opportunity comes my way.”

That’s true in football and business.

In addition to his other ventures, Hartsfield has dipped his toes into the world of talking about football as well. A broadcast communications major at Ole Miss, he hopes to become a television analyst someday, so working through the conversational style of podcasting has been good practice.

He admits the first few episodes of his “Limitless” podcast (hence the name of the gym) might have been a little choppy, but he’s starting to find a bit of a rhythm as he plans a second season.

“It’s hard keeping people engaged. When you’re just talking, it can get boring, which I learned the hard way,” Hartsfield said. “The first few weren’t very good, but we got some good feedback on the later episodes, so we’re looking forward to seeing where it goes next.”

That makes it a lot like his career as a businessman, and a football player as well.

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The Panthers played the Chiefs down to the wire yesterday despite missing their most important defensive player: second-round pick Cheap Jeremy Chinn Jersey.

Here is a review of how the other rookies did on Sunday.

DB/LB Sam Franklin shines

The most impressive first-year performance this week came from the undrafted linebacker/safety Cheap Sam Franklin Jersey. With Chinn out, he stepped up and made some eye-catching stops. Watch Franklin sniff out a screen pass for Le’Veon Bell and shut it down with some help from Cheap Derrick Brown Jersey.

On the very next play, Franklin spied Patrick Mahomes and brought him down for a big loss.

Franklin finished the game with seven combined tackles, tied with Cheap Shaq Thompson Jersey for the team lead. This is turning out to be one of the team’s better under-the-radar pickups of the year.

DT Derrick Brown’s penalty problems continue

Brown has experienced the usual ups-and-downs that most NFL rookies do. At times he’s been explosive and disruptive, at others he’s been washed out or made mistakes that are natural for his level of experience. One theme that’s been running all along is his penalty problem. Brown was flagged twice in yesterday’s loss. Even though one of them was questionable, that brings his season total to seven penalties, tied for the second-most in the league. The coaching staff has to get Brown to cut these down eventually. His pressure rate remains strong, though and his stock is still up.

DE Cheap Yetur Gross-Matos Jersey and DT Cheap Bravvion Roy Jersey didn’t play much

The Panthers’ first second-round pick didn’t see much action. Gross-Matos was activated from the injured reserve list on Saturday along with Cheap Christian McCaffrey Jersey. He wound up playing just 13 defensive snaps, though – 21% of the team’s total. It was a similar story for sixth-rounder Bravvion Roy. While he was in the starting lineup, he was only on the field for 21 defensive snaps.

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Even at 80% with a lingering toe injury, Cheap Donte Jackson Jersey is still far better in coverage than Troy Pride Jr. at this point. Carolina has accepted that and it was reflected in their snap counts this week. Cheap Rasul Douglas Jersey  played every snap after being activated from the team’s COVID-19/reserve list and Jackson only missed two. Pride saw just 17 on defense. He is still involved on special teams, though. Douglas and Jackson both struggled awfully against Kansas City, too. Pride may yet get another opportunity to show improvement later this season.