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Panthers Emerge as Unexpected Contenders and Other Top Training Camp Revelations

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If Jones responds to the offense quickly enough, his playmaking ability should put him ahead.Ezekiel Ansah quietly settled for a one-year deal worth $9 million with the Seattle Seahawks after an injury-impacted free agency and stacked pass-rushing class relegated him to prove-it territory.Expectations were set accordingly, especially considering he'll be tasked with helping to replace the production of Frank Clark, who's had nine or more sacks in three straight seasons and 35 over his four years.But it's easy to forget just how effective Ansah can be off the edge. Mariota was the second overall pick in 2015 and is entering a contract year, so he could near his 26-to-9 touchdown-to-interception ratio of 2016 as opposed to last year's downswing.Given Tennessee's strong weapons at the skill positions and underrated defense, Mariota is the key to this underrated contender.Top quarterbacks aren't guaranteed success upon arrival in the NFL, though the pressure to produce is always there.Kyler Murray faces the same task, and one can expect the Arizona Cardinals won't defer to Brett Hundley for a season so Murray can develop.Murray has the skill set to excel out of the gate provided he can handle the developmental curve that comes with trying to adapt to the pros. Before long, it should be apparent Murray won't hit many bumps in the transition.There isn't a ton of hype surrounding the Carolina Panthers, which should change once training camp and exhibitions get underway.The biggest storyline surrounding the team was whether Cam Newton was going to be healthy for 2019 after he missed two games and struggled to just 24 touchdown passes and 13 picks last season.But Newton is on track for training camp, which means it's time to shine a light on everything else.Everything else, meaning the Panthers quietly upgraded their offensive line in free agency with center Matt Paradis and retained right tackle Daryl Williams before drafting tackle Greg Little.

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