4 potential trades the Carolina Panthers could make after June 1

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What potential trades could the Carolina Panthers look to explore now the June 1 deadline has been reached?

The June 1 date is a significant one for NFL teams looking to make additional moves to boost their roster or get some valuable draft capital in the trade market. This is normally the cut-off behind some salary-cap improvements with veteran contracts, so it wouldn’t be the biggest shock in the world to see the Carolina Panthers look to strengthen problems areas before training camp.

This is an important time of year as preparations for the new season get set to ramp up in the coming weeks. The Panthers got a good look at their new-look roster during OTAs, which will have served them well if they feel more might be needed to get this team trending in the right direction.

General manager Scott Fitterer claimed the Panthers would be “in on every deal” when he joined from the Seattle Seahawks.

And he wasn’t lying.

Carolina Panthers have an exciting young roster in 2021.

Carolina has been extremely active in the trade market both before and during the NFL Draft, which has left the roster in a much stronger position than the one that ended the 2020 campaign with a 5-11 record.

Of course, nobody will know for sure until we see the Panthers in a competitive environment, which begins with a home clash against the New York Jets in Week 1. This might be a young group of players, but the athleticism and potential are there for all to see.

Without further ado, let’s take a look at four trades the Panthers could possibly make now June 1 has arrived.