5 draft snubs haunting the Carolina Panthers after Greg Little trade

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A.J. Brown – WR

Drafted in the second round with the 51st overall pick by the Tennessee Titans, A.J. Brown has already become one of the biggest steals of the 2019 draft.

In a class that didn’t have any sure-fire wide receivers, Brown likely has many teams needing a playmaker at the position wishing they had a do-over, and that includes the Carolina Panthers.

In just two NFL seasons, Brown has completely ignited the Titans offense and helped quarterback Ryan Tannehill rejuvenate his career following a disappointing start to life at the next level.

Named to his first Pro Bowl last season, Brown has compiled 2,126 receiving yards and 19 touchdowns in just 30 games with 23 of those being starts.

That comes in addition to his 17.4 yards per reception average. Not bad for someone who was considered a raw prospect coming out of college.

If the Panthers had the chance to line Brown up next to D.J. Moore and Robby Anderson, who knows where the offense would’ve been at this point.

They did have Curtis Samuel at the time, who is now on the Washington Football Team. But considering how Greg little’s career with the organization turned out, this is something that could haunt Carolina for many seasons to come.