Since the Panthers entered the offseason with just one starter under contract (center Matt Paradis), the line was a bit of a blank canvas. But after tagging right tackle Taylor Moton and bringing back Miller, the right side is back from last year, making it reasonable to suggest that left guard could be where Elflein begins.
That leaves left tackle, and while Erving has also bounced around himself, he’s hoping that’s where he could find a home.
The former first-round pick of the Browns has played all five line positions in the NFL, but filled in at left tackle in Dallas last year when injuries hit. It brought him back to his days at Florida State, but he’s also been around long enough to know things can change in an instant.
“Yeah, you know nobody gives you anything in this league, that’s first