5 Carolina Panthers who could lose depth chart position at training camp

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David Moore – Carolina Panthers WR

One of the Carolina Panthers’ more underrated moves of the offseason was signing former Seattle Seahawks wide receiver David Moore to a bargain deal in free agency.

After four years with the Seahawks playing alongside D.K. Metcalf and Tyler Lockett, Moore proved to be a strong red-zone threat and should be able to help fill the void that Curtis Samuel left after he signed for the Washington Football Team this spring.

However, the Panthers didn’t just bank on Moore to fill that role.

They also drafted Terrace Marshall Jr., re-signed Keith Kirkwood, and have undrafted free-agent Omar Bayless coming back from injury.

Moore has the leg up currently for the No. 3 receiver spot behind D.J. Moore and Robby Anderson. But if he ends up having a poor training camp, Marshall might seem like the more intriguing player to fill Samuel’s role.

It can also go the opposite way.

Even if Moore performs well at camp, if Marshall shows the future potential that many experts have raved about, then Carolina might opt to put him ahead of the former seventh-round pick, anyway.

And one cannot forget the strong training camp showing Bayless had last season before getting injured and missing the entire campaign.