After scratching off red-zone target from their list of needs with the selection of 6-foot-5 wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin in the first round, the Carolina Panthers set their gaze to the second round of the 2014 NFL Draft Friday night.
Still having a glaring need on the offensive line and cornerback position, Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman bypassed need for the best player available on their big board, Kony Ealy.
Ealy is the newest member of Carolina’s defensive unit, “Monsters, Inc.” and is a disturbance on the defensive front. He can definitely win with his athleticism and is agile enough to play the same role that allowed New York Giants‘ Jason Pierre-Paul to flourish in New York.
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