Panthers coach Matt Rhule calls Brady Christensen ‘third-round tackle, second-round guard’

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The Panthers granted unprecedented access to their production team during the 2021 NFL draft. Since releasing a behind-the-scenes video yesterday, we’ve learned a lot of interesting things about the process.

In this clip the team shared on Twitter, Carolina head coach Matt Rhule calls Brady Christensen a “third-round tackle and a second-round guard” as the team mulls a trade up for him in the third round of the draft. Watch.

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Rhule has also gone on the record saying that Christensen has four-position flexibility.

While it’s good to have an OL that can play both spots, the Panthers don’t have a desperate need for a quality right or left guard. Finding a long-term solution at left tackle should still be a top priority on this side of the ball. If they don’t, it will make it that much harder for Sam Darnold to take a leap forward and leave their offense limited.

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