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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 – A week ago, the Panthers looked so resilient, so poised, and so able to overcome adversity.

This week, with their starting quarterback back in the lineup, they proved they’re still a young team that needs to get better at many things, but one of the first items on that list is simply learning how to win. Figuring out where to start the list after that will take longer.

The Panthers wasted a week’s worth of good feelings by dropping a 28-27 decision at Minnesota in which everyone had a hand in the failure of the waning moments.

The offense was unable to finish the game from the 3-yard line, after a Vikings’ turnover gave them a chance to, settling for a field goal when a touchdown would have sealed it. That was consistent with a day of settling, as the Panthers managed just three points in three trips to the red zone.

The defense failed to stop the Vikings in the final two minutes, even without top receiver Adam Thielen. Instead, Kirk Cousins drove them 75 yards in 65 seconds without timeouts, hitting Chad Beebe for the game-deciding touchdown.

Even with all that collective collapse, the Panthers still had a chance at a manageable field goal to win the game, with Cheap Joey Slye Jersey pushing a 54-yard attempt wide left. They also had a field goal blocked earlier in the game, and the three points in three trips to the red zone underscored the kind of game it was.

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Panthers coach Matt Rhule added himself to the top of the list, and there were game-management issues late that kept them from celebrating a very winnable game. He opened his postgame comments by noting that they held Vikings star running back Dalvin Cook to 61 yards rushing and had two defensive scores. Those things should point to a comfortable win, but there was nothing comfortable about this.

“I didn’t think that obviously was good enough by us,” Rhule said. “And I’ve always tried to be really honest and real and direct about where I think the fault is. I think as a coaching staff, we didn’t get the job done today. I think anytime you have two defensive touchdowns and you don’t win, it’s on you.

“Anytime that you hold them to [61] yards, it’s on us as a staff. To not be able to put the game away with the ball at the 10-yard line with two minutes left is unacceptable by us as a staff. To not to be able to stop them and then not be able to make the field goal at the end with a chance to win the game – we had three opportunities to close it out and we did not do it.”

Rhule maintained his belief that the Panthers were a good team, even though results do not immediately suggest that.

“We have not closed these types of games out,” he said. “And tonight, I feel like I try to look and see where the fault lies, and today I would put it squarely on us as a staff, which starts with me. ”

The fact this story has gone on this long without mentioning Cheap Jeremy Chinn Jersey illustrates how ridiculous the final moments were.

The rookie linebacker scored a pair of touchdowns on back-to-back Vikings’ snaps in the third quarter, returning a pair of fumbles. He became the first player in the Super Bowl era with multiple fumble recovery touchdowns in the same game.

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The postgame mood kept him from celebrating an incredible achievement, but that was muted — and moot — because he was also on the field for the late collapse.

“We just have to finish,” Chinn said. “I feel like I say that all the time, but we can’t let our opponent breathe. We’re playing good as a defense and we’ve just got to keep it going and put the nail in the coffin.”

They did not.

And because they didn’t, a team that could have been feeling good about a two-game winning streak is now faced with the reality that they’re 4-8 and have lost six of their last seven games.

That’s a very different atmosphere going into the bye for a team that could use any confidence that could be gained as they rebuild.

Defensive tackle Cheap Zach Kerr Jersey, who forced the fumble which Chinn returned for the first score, said he didn’t think it would impact the confidence of the team, because the roster is filled with so many young players, or guys who have found their way here after being cut by others.

“That’s our culture. That’s who we are,” Kerr said. “I don’t know how many times I’ve said this, but you go down our roster and you look at the guys that are on our team and all of us are fighters. We’re all underdogs, we’ve all been overlooked, so staying positive and keep fighting, that’s easy for us. That’s not hard for us, that’s really easy.

“I don’t think there’s really any reason or specific anything for us to go the opposite direction. We’ve been the same way through wins and losses, so I think it’s easy for us to stay where we are.”

At the moment, where they are is not in a good place, not a place they could have been, with a little more polish in every phase of the game. And being as close as they were makes it that much more painful.

“I think for myself, I think that’s 100 percent in range, just based off what I’ve put on tape and what I’ve been able to do,” Slye said of his third miss on a game-winning field goal this season, a much different kick than longshots against the Saints and Chiefs earlier this year.

“A 54-yarder is something that should be in my wheelhouse and should be somewhat of a kick that’s a higher percentage for not only myself but for the team to view,” Slye continued. “For me not to do what they sent me out there to do and what I feel comfortable hitting is frustrating for me.

“I want to put myself in a lot of those situations to put the team on my back and kind of wear that hat on my head and help us in different ways, and today I let the team down, so I’m pretty frustrated about that.”

And at the moment, having plenty of company in that regard is no consolation.