Joining the 11-win Carolina Panthers from a year ago, boasting an annual MVP contender under center like Cam Newton, means high expectations for rookies. 

The task for No. 24 pick D.J. Moore is simple: Take that 6’0, 210-pound frame with 4.42 40-yard dash speed and a silly 132-inch broad jump and go out and win a starting gig.  The Maryland product will have to rip some playing time from somebody like Torrey Smith or 2017 second-round pick Curtis Samuel, but it […]