Panthers Undrafted Rookie Free Agent Signings

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It’s an unofficial listing, as more names could be added, but since the 2010 NFL Draft concluded Saturday evening, the Panthers have been very busy signing some undrafted rookie free agents who have potential.

More after the jump.

At this point, the Panthers look to have signed 10 undrafted free agents so far, while adding some potential depth at key positions; some which were not addressed in the draft.

Some of these kids will be a long-shot to make the active roster, but a few of these young men will find a home on the practice squad, especially at the O-line and D-line positions.

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  • http://forums.scout.com/mb.aspx?S=123 kenneth picklesimer

    Rashawn Jackson, FB
    the guys at PantherInsider feel real good about this guy & say he should Make the roster or at least the PS but he was Projected to go in the 5-6 rds

    • http://www.blogtalkradio.com/blitzradio Eric Quackenbush

      Looking at his “grade,” he was projected the second-ranked fullback in this year’s draft. That’s pretty impressive. I’d love to see him make a place for himself on the team, if not I definitely see him on the practice squad, as the Panthers don’t have a fullback behind Tony Fiammetta.

      Thanks for the read and comment, Kenneth.

  • Brad Justice

    Give Aaron Pettrey a chance, Got a great leg and lots of potential, and a lot of heart. 60+ yards – NO PROBLEM

    • http://www.blogtalkradio.com/blitzradio Eric Quackenbush

      That’s great! I always give every rookie and Undrafted Rookie Free Agent a chance. Playing with heart is the biggest challenge, and I respect those who don’t have much to offer physically (not sayin that Pettrey doesn’t have what it takes), and give it their all on every down and every play, as much as those who do have a lot to offer physically and give it their all on every down.

      Thanks for the read and comment, Brad.

  • http://anything.com andrew

    This kid Rashawn Jackson is an incredibly underrated player. The reason he didnt get drafted earlier is because when people think fullback they think blocker. This kid is soo much more then that. He was the leading rusher on an Al Groh football team as a fullback. He returned kickoffs and punts in high school weighing almost 250 pounds. He is a new breed of player. He is like the weavers and mcclains of fullbacks but a lot smoother as a runner with much more ability to break a big play. He was able to break long runs against a Miami secondary, imagine the speed involved with making a play like that especially when considering the size of him. We are extremely lucky to have him.

    • http://www.blogtalkradio.com/blitzradio Eric Quackenbush

      I do believe we will see the Panthers keep Jackson around. Having two fullbacks on the roster is not uncommon, even if they put him on the practice squad. We’ll see what happens. It could also be that they want to try him on special teams. I personally think the guy was a steal, considering he was the No. 2 rated fullback going into the draft.

      Thanks for the read and comment, Andrew.