• Manuel says he’s ‘good fit’ for Panthers’ needs

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Jan 24, 2013
    Manuel is doing so through Senior Bowl week with a lot on his mind back at home. Manuel, projected to be a fourth- or fifth-round pick, said he has yet to sit down with the Panthers. Manuel, built like Newton at 6-foot-4 and 237 pounds, said this week he believes he could run the Panthers’ offense, including the zone-read. At the Senior Bowl last year, the Carolina Panthers had an eye on former N.C. With No. 2 quarterback Derek Anderson a free agent and hinting that he might return to Cleveland with former Carolina offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski, the Panthers could be in the market for a backup. Florida State’s E.J. Sean Payton is relying on "closure," as the Times-Picayune reports the coach's top priority during his first visit with the media was to clearly try to put the bounty controversy in the rearview mirror.
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      MOBILE, Ala. -- It's tough enough to raise your draft stock at an All-Star week under the best of circumstances, but former Florida State quarterback E.J. Manuel is doing so through Senior Bowl week with a lot on his mind back at home. While Manuel is l…
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