The Carolina Panthers have the OTAs behind them and their were many things learned during the three sessions. While some transactions have been made, the roster will not begin to take shape until later in the summer during training camp and the four weeks of preseason games.
Some positions, like quarterback and linebacker, look to be easy in terms of who will start and who will be backing them up. Others, like safety, are not so clear and will present interesting position battles from the start of camp until the final cut is made.
This time of the offseason is very challenging for players, especially those who were signed via free agency as a rookie or a journeyman veteran. Nothing in this league is guaranteed, and over the next three months players on both sides of the ball will be fighting for a spot on the final depth chart.
Two different sites were used in determining the projected depth chart. Those sites are ESPN.com and OurLads.com. Additionally, an earlier article predicting the final 53-man roster for the Panthers was used as well. Keep in mind this is a predicted depth chart for the Panthers and not absolute.