Carolina Panthers WR Terrace Marshall Jr. feeling more at home
The disappointment surrounding Terrace Marshall Jr.’s rookie campaign is now firmly in the rearview mirror. Focusing on the future is what’s important for the Carolina Panthers and the former second-round pick, who is looking to boost a gifted group of wide receivers that massively underachieved aside from D.J. Moore in 2021.
Marshall has made some phenomenal catches during the offseason so far. This is something that was also evident last summer before the wideout became almost non-existent in the team’s strategy.
The LSU product stated after practice that he feels more comfortable with everything this time around. If this translates into a gameday setting, there’s just no telling how much it will help the Panthers next season and possibly beyond.
Marshall has all the traits normally associated with a productive wide receiver at the NFL level. The size, athleticism, and physicality are all there, it’s just a case of the player becoming confident in his own abilities against elite cornerbacks on a weekly basis.
Once this is figured out by Marshall and his coaching staff, the sky’s the limit.