Colin Jones

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Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 205
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College: TCU
Birth Place: Bridgeport, Texas
Draft: 2011 6th round (25th pick) by the
  • Panthers fans split over Kelvin Benjamin fat-shaming
    Panthers Wire

    Panthers fans split over Kelvin Benjamin fat-shaming

    To hear the internet tell it, Carolina Panthers wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin reported to camp looking like a sumo wrestler who couldn’t possibly play meaningful football on any level. While it’s difficult to deny Benjamin looks relatively out of shape, some perspective is needed. First of all, Benjamin has never been a slim wide receiver in the same mold as Ted Ginn Jr. His body can carry a greater load because of his large frame, and his game is based on his power, strength and size rather than speed and quickness. Don’t forget it’s early in the offseason, and Benjamin still has several months to reduce his weight before real football begins. It’s not like he has forgotten everything he knew

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    Buffalo Bills position battles: Wide receiver

    The Buffalo Bills head into training camp this season with plenty of jobs up for grabs.  Without clear starters at several positions, the intrigue of both camp, and the preseason, gets ramped up a bit. One of the most exciting battles of camp this year is at wide receiver, a position that’s, essentially, undergone a complete overhaul from last season.  Robert Woods, Marquise Goodwin, and Justin Hunter, three of the Bills top receiving options a season ago, are gone.  That makes the number two spot next to Sammy Watkins, open for the taking. These are the guys I think are most likely to be lining up opposite Sammy Watkins come week one. Zay Jones (Rookie) – 6-2, 201 It’s safe to say, based on

  • Shaq Thompson makes Pro Football Focus all-under 25 team
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    Shaq Thompson makes Pro Football Focus all-under 25 team

    Shaq Thompson has not seen the field much since coming into the NFL two years ago. What he has done with limited playing time has impressed fans, coaches and analysts alike. Here is a look at what Thompson has done so far in his career: The Carolina Panthers linebacker was recently named one of the top 25 players in the league under the age of 25 by Brett Whitefield at Pro Football Focus. Despite playing limited snaps through his first two seasons, no linebacker under the age of 25 has graded better on a per-snap basis than Shaq Thompson in Carolina. Thompson notched 30 defensive stops in 2016 on just 533 total snaps, and wasn’t beat for a pass longer than 22 yards all season. With an aging Thomas