The Carolina Panthers draft sixth in the 2022 NFL draft. Three draft experts weigh in on what they should do.
As the 2022 NFL offseason starts to get its wheels turning, teams are getting their salary cap numbers together in an effort to see exactly how much they can spend in this year’s free-agent period. One of the teams in the top half of the league in terms of available cap space is the Carolina Panthers, who are sitting at just about $20 million in available funds. Most of that, however, will be devoted to their draft picks and the re-signing of star cornerback Stephon Gilmore.
The Carolina Panthers agreed to terms with former New York Giants head coach Ben McAdoo to become their next offensive coordinator on Monday. The Associated Press reported last week that the team has settled on McAdoo to replace Joe Brady, who was fired late in the regular season with the offense struggling to produce points. McAdoo has 15 years of NFL coaching experience, including two seasons (2016-17) as the Giants head coach.