Number Two: Carolina Panthers
The Carolina Panthers could desperately use the services of former New Orleans Saints guard Larry Warford.
Warford going to the Panthers almost makes too much sense. The Panthers have a brand new head coach in Matt Rhule and they are looking for guys who already have a bit of chemistry together to help build some sort of foundation.
The Panthers brought in Teddy Bridgewater who spent the previous two seasons in New Orleans to be their franchise quarterback.
The Panthers also brought in Robby Anderson who Bridgewater briefly played with during his time with the New York Jets. Those two to tag up with TJ Green, Natrell Jamerson, and Keith Kirkwood as other guys who have spent time in New Orleans starts a bit of trend.
What better of a guy to bring on to your roster if you’re the Carolina Panthers than a guard who spent time protecting Teddy Bridgewater in 2019.
Also, the Panthers would then have insight from four different positions on the team about certain schemes the Saints run, giving them added insight. This move seems perfect for the Carolina Panthers in more ways than one.