5 offensive Panthers players on the roster bubble heading into camp

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The Carolina Panthers acquired many players over the offseason, but who is on the edge of exiting the organization at training camp in 2021?

There are some players heading into training camp on thin ice. Some need development and others have not gotten their chance on the field.

The Carolina Panthers have a lot of depth at almost every position on offense. But it could be a case of too many options for certain members right on the fringes.

Some players need to have an outstanding camp to have eyes on them. All the work they put in will and need to be shown as the Panthers get set for a return to Wofford College in Spartanburg.

With this in mind, here are five players that are on the bubble heading into Panthers training camp in 2021.

Player No. 1

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Greg Little – Carolina Panthers OT

Greg Little has battled to stay healthy throughout his NFL career. When the offensive lineman is healthy, he tends to struggle against opposing edge rushers and the former second-round pick now finds himself on the bubble heading into training camp.

Scott Fitterer signed Cam Erving to a two-year deal, and he has emerged as the potential starter at the left tackle position. The team also re-signed Trent Scott, who played 347 snaps and allowed only two sacks in 2020.

He was serviceable and remained healthy when needed.

The Panthers also drafted BYU offensive tackle Brady Christensen No. 70 overall. Head coach Matt Rhule graded the prospect as a third-round tackle, but a second-round guard. So, we could see him sooner rather than later at either offensive line position.

Little has a lot of competition in front of him this upcoming training camp. He needs to draw the eyes of coaches his way and make sure people notice his talents.