CHARLOTTE, N.C. – The Carolina Panthers obviously are stock-piling cornerbacks in an attempt to find a replacement for Pro Bowler Josh Norman.Here are a few thoughts on Carolina’s fifth-round pick, Oklahoma cornerback Zack Sanchez, the third straight corner selected by the Panthers:My take: General manager Dave Gettleman said on Friday that the decision to rescind the franchise tag on Norman, now with the Washington Redskins, impacted his draft strategy.
49ers take another defensive end in Appalachian State’s Ronald Blair, in fifth roundA few thoughts on the Niners staying defensive-minded by drafting another D-end.
With the No. 132 pick, the Baltimore Ravens select Michigan defensive tackle Willie Henry.My take: There's no doubt that the Ravens had the NFL's best scouting report on Henry, who goes from coach Jim Harbaugh at Michigan to coach John Harbaugh in Baltimore.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Titans boosted the line protecting Marcus Mariota with first-round pick Jake Conklin, who will likely be their right tackle. In Tajae Sharpe they hope they’d found a weapon to help their second-year cornerback.
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GREEN BAY, Wis. – The Green Bay Packers continued to add to their defense when they selected Northwestern defensive end Dean Lowry with the second of their two fourth-round compensatory picks (No.