4 burning questions for Carolina Panthers offense after 2022 camp

(Griffin Zetterberg-USA TODAY Sports) Baker Mayfield, Sam Darnold, and Matt Corral
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What are some burning questions surrounding the Carolina Panthers from an offensive standpoint following the team’s 2022 training camp?

Carolina Panthers football is almost here and with that comes a brand new sense of anxious anticipation. It has been an offseason of big moves and complete makeovers, but it remains to be seen how these risks will work out once the action gets real.

While the preseason can’t necessarily be considered real NFL action as teams don’t play their starters all that much, this is still the first glimpse we will get of how everything molds together and what the Panthers coaching staff is thinking about certain position battles.

And there are plenty of those to keep an eye on this offseason as very few positions are set in stone at this juncture, at least publicly. Something that has given the team some much-needed good publicity after a tumultuous few years for the Panthers overall.

While realistically none of these moves has made the Panthers championship contenders this season, improvement is necessary for owner team owner David Tepper to not completely gut the front office and start from scratch once again. A decision that would only further fracture the fanbase.

Even in an offseason with so much turnover, there are still a few things that rise above the rest as something to watch. With that being said, here are four burning questions surrounding Carolina’s offense after their intense training camp at Wofford College in Spartanburg.