Carolina Panthers training camp: 4 questions facing the offensive line

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What are some of the big questions facing the Carolina Panthers offensive line ahead of a crucial 2020 season?

Things look incredibly promising for the Carolina Panthers from an offensive perspective in 2020. They have some outstanding weapons for new quarterback Teddy Bridgewater to utilize. And the eye-catching appointment of Joe Brady is something that has the potential to significantly benefit the franchise.

New head coach Matt Rhule will be counting on these playmakers on offense to deliver the goods during his first season at the helm. The Carolina Panthers are heading into the first year of their rebuild under the former Baylor man. But the team’s revamped offensive line will need to hold up its end of the bargain.

This is an area of the field that has undergone considerable changes in a bid to change their outlook. Bold decisions were made across the board by the Panthers’ front office. And whether they can come together quickly during a disrupted offseason is something worth keeping a close eye on during training camp and in the early stages of the campaign.

If this new-look unit can gel sufficiently to allow Bridgewater enough time in the pocket, then the sky is the limit. There might be some doubts about Carolina’s young defense against some elite passing attacks on the schedule. But having an offense littered with players who can make a difference is going to make sure they stay competitive at the very least.

Here are four big questions surrounding the Panthers’ offensive line during training camp and beyond.