4 Panthers who could get 10-year deals like Patrick Mahomes

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D.J. Moore, Carolina Panthers
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D.J.MOORE. 4. player. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. CAROLINA PANTHERS. WR. 87

Carolina Panthers No. 4: D.J. Moore (WR)

D.J. Moore’s outlook couldn’t look any brighter heading into his third season with the Carolina Panthers. The wide receiver has all the tools necessary to become one of the NFL’s best at the position in 2020. And everything seems to be in place for him to achieve this feat.

The former first-round pick out of Maryland reaches a prominent milestone in 2019 when he secured 1,000-yards receiving. This was despite a serious lack of production from the revolving quarterback door in Carolina. So more consistency under center with Teddy Bridgewater could see his game propel to superstar level.

Moore came on leaps and bounds in his sophomore game after showing plenty of promise as a rookie. He will also have the benefit of free-agent signing Robby Anderson on the other side of the field. And Curtis Samuel also comes into the final year of his rookie deal with a tremendous amount of potential.

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If the wideout trends upwards once again next time around, then a lucrative long-term deal might be in the offing next spring. Moore will clearly have his fifth-year option picked up by the Panthers. But the decision-makers might opt to just give him a bigger commitment ahead of time.

While it is unlikely that Moore would receive a ten-year deal in Carolina. It would certainly give them a true No. 1 receiver throughout Matt Rhule’s tenor, at the very least.

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