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Panthers' minicamp: 13 things we learned from Diontae Johnson to Bryce Young

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The Carolina Panthers’ minicamp was shortened to two days instead of three. The practices were more intensive than the previous OTA sessions, with key players returning. Diontae Johnson impressed as a receiver, while Xavier Legette missed the camp due to a hamstring issue. Raheem Blackshear stood out during a confrontation with Jadeveon Clowney. Players like Derrick Brown, Chuba Hubbard, and Tommy Tremble showed leadership during warm-ups. Bryce Young discussed his leadership style, while Eddy Pineiro’s absence from OTAs may be contract-related. The competition between Pineiro and Harrison Mevis is heating up. Shaq Thompson returned from ankle and groin surgeries and feels good about the defense. The edge rusher group needs reinforcements, and Dane Jackson has been getting more playing time. Terrace Marshall is trying to prove himself, and Johnny Hekker showcased his passing skills during drills. Overall, the minicamp provided insights and showcased the team’s progress.