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CHARLOTTE — When the Panthers traded for quarterback Sam Darnold in April, head coach Matt Rhule emphasized that the fourth-year quarterback was an important piece of the puzzle, but still just a piece nonetheless. Her argument: "Sam Darnold could be poised for an uptick. I think he's going to be the guy we thought he was going to be. [...] Sam Darnold does know how to throw the deep ball; we did see it before. But let's move it down south, get that blue uniform on instead of the green one, and see what happens here when you have some great receivers […] and I think you're going to have a resurgent Sam Darnold." Breaking it down: As Frelund and others have pointed out over the last few months, Darnold's situation and surrounding cast is vastly different in Carolina than it was with the Jets. He'll have one of the NFL's two WR pairs to top 1,000 receiving yards in 2020 (DJ Moore, Robby Anderson), the return of the NFL's scrimmage yards leader in 2019 (Christian Mc Caffrey) along with the aforementioned new weapons acquired this offseason. The verdict: Last year's 72.7 passer rating and 9-to-11 TD-interception ratio aren't stats the Panthers or Darnold are hiding from or ignoring. Significant year-over-year improvement will be required for him to have the kind of season Frelund predicts. During OTAs and minicamp, the Panthers' staff worked extensively on Darnold's footwork, his comfort with teammates and his knowledge of the playbook. When Carolina heads to training camp this month, it'll mark the next step in applying more physical and mental pressure to see how he responds. CHARLOTTE — When the Panthers traded for quarterback Sam Darnold in April, head coach Matt Rhule emphasized that the fourth-year quarterback was an important piece of the puzzle, but still just a piece nonetheless. Her argument: "Sam Darnold could be poised for an uptick. I think he's going to be the guy we thought he was going to be. [...] Sam Darnold does know how to throw the deep ball; we did see it before. But let's move it down south, get that blue uniform on instead of the green one, and see what happens here when you have some great receivers […] and I think you're going to have a resurgent Sam Darnold." Breaking it down: As Frelund and others have pointed out over the last few months, Darnold's situation and surrounding cast is vastly different in Carolina than it was with the Jets. He'll have one of the NFL's two WR pairs to top 1,000 receiving yards in 2020 (DJ Moore, Robby Anderson), the return of the NFL's scrimmage yards leader in 2019 (Christian Mc Caffrey) along with the aforementioned new weapons acquired this offseason. The verdict: Last year's 72.7 passer rating and 9-to-11 TD-interception ratio aren't stats the Panthers or Darnold are hiding from or ignoring. Significant year-over-year improvement will be required for him to have the kind of season Frelund predicts. During OTAs and minicamp, the Panthers' staff worked extensively on Darnold's footwork, his comfort with teammates and his knowledge of the playbook. When Carolina heads to training camp this month, it'll mark the next step in applying more physical and mental pressure to see how he responds.

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