1. Meet the newest Panther, Brian Burns  Charlotte Observer
  2. If the Panthers Look To Trade Up, What Would It Take?  The Riot Report
  3. Born before 1989? You may need another measles vaccination: 5 things to know April 26, 2019  WCNC
  4. WATCH: The moment Brian Burns dreams came true  247Sports
  5. Grading Brian Burns, the Panthers' first-round pick  Charlotte Observer
  6. View full coverage on Google News
The Panthers owner was front and center with GM Marty Hurney and head coach Ron Rivera as the first round of the 2019 draft unfolded.The Panthers owner was front and center with GM Marty Hurney and head coach Ron Rivera as the first round of the 2019 draft unfolded.

David Tepper enjoys first war room experience

FSU head coach Willie Taggart caught the moment that Brian Burns got the call.FSU head coach Willie Taggart caught the moment that Brian Burns got the call.

WATCH: The moment Brian Burns dreams came true

WATCH: The moment Brian Burns dreams came true

“THE MOMENT. #PanthersDraft https://t.co/WimIaj7Oep”

Carolina Panthers on Twitter: "THE MOMENT. #PanthersDraft… "

“Welcome to Carolina‼️”

Carolina Panthers on Twitter: "Welcome to Carolina‼️… "

“Love this Panthers draft so far. Rock solid with significant upside”

Jason La Canfora on Twitter: "Love this Panthers draft so far. Rock solid with significant upside"

“Seahawks got the better deal in #NFLDraft trade w Panthers by getting 17 draft points & losing 11.6. Jimmy Johnson's trade value agrees. Pick 37 to Carolina for 47 & 77.”

Warren Sharp on Twitter: "Seahawks got the better deal in #NFLDraft trade w Panthers by getting 17 draft points & losing 11.6. Jimmy Johnson's trade value agrees. Pick 37 to Carolina for 47 & 77."

There is a lot of talent still available in the draft – who might the Panthers be looking at in the second round?There is a lot of talent still available in the draft - who might the Panthers be looking at in the second round?

Top 20 Players For Panthers Fans To Be Aware Of On Day 2 Of The Draft

If the Panthers have their eye on a specific prospect, what would it take to go up and get him? We take a look at some history to examine the cost.If the Panthers have their eye on a specific prospect, what would it take to go up and get him? We take a look at some history to examine the cost.

If the Panthers Look To Trade Up, What Would It Take?

The Panthers lost a future Hall of Famer at defensive end this season, so they clearly needed pass-rush help. They took a step to fix that with the 16th overall pick, taking Florida State's Brian Burns.The Panthers lost a future Hall of Famer at defensive end this season, so they clearly needed pass-rush help. They took a step to fix that with the 16th overall pick, taking Florida State’s B…

Panthers take Brian Burns with 16th overall pick – ProFootballTalk

After taking the pass-rushing Burns in Round 1, the Panthers could target offensive tackles or even a backup QB on Day 2.After taking the pass-rushing Burns in Round 1, the Panthers could target offensive tackles or even a backup QB on Day 2.

Day 2 dilemma: Trade up for one of the top remaining tackles, draft a QB or something else? – The Athletic

After taking the pass-rushing Burns in Round 1, the Panthers could target offensive tackles or even a backup QB on Day 2.After taking the pass-rushing Burns in Round 1, the Panthers could target offensive tackles or even a backup QB on Day 2.

Day 2 dilemma: Trade up for one of the top remaining tackles, draft a QB or something else? – The Athletic

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Brian Burns makes sense in Carolina, and in more ways than one. Sure, the Panthers were attracted to all of the things that Burns did on the field during his three years at Florida State – the 24 sacks, the 39.5 tackles for loss and the All-ACC and All-America honors. For those reasons, and not to mention his 6-foot-5, 249-pound frame that still has some room to grow, the Panthers made Burns their first choice of the 2019 NFL Draft on Thursday night, using the 16th overall pick on the former FSU standout. https://twitter.com/FSUFootball/status/1121598585827729408 And Burns, for his part, over the last few weeks saw a few good reasons to think that Carolina might make for a fine landing spot. For one, Burns’ brother and close confidant, former NFL defensive end Stanley McClover, was drafted by the Panthers and played his first two years with the franchise. Burns, in a conference call with reporters shortly after the selection, said he recalled hanging out with Panthers star defensive end Julius Peppers as a kid. Not only that, but Carolina also has some Garnet-and-Gold influence in its defensive ends room. Ten years ago, the Panthers picked former FSU defensive end Everette Brown in the second round of the 2009 draft, and Brown recently joined the Panthers’ staff as a coaching intern. Not only that, but Brown’s former FSU teammate and 2008 Lou Groza Award winner, kicker Graham Gano, has handled the Panthers’ place-kicking duties since 2012. https://twitter.com/GrahamGano/status/1121596454315986944 So Burns will be in good company. “You think of Florida State over the years, you think of great pass-rushers,” college football analyst Kirk Herbstreit said on ABC’s draft broadcast. “…This is a really athletic, dynamic pass-rusher.” And most pundits around Carolina and the NFL believe that Burns will be a fine fit for the Panthers’ revamped defense. Carolina made two defensive staff changes following the 2018 season and are expected to bounce between 4-3 and 3-4 looks. Meaning that Burns could play as a down lineman on one snap – as he did at Florida State – then stand up as an outside linebacker on the next. The Panthers believe he could do both. “He’s capable of contributing as a traditional defensive end,” Bryan Strickland wrote on the Panthers’ official site, “but (Burns) played closer to 235 pounds in college and has the athleticism to drop into coverage or defend the run as an edge linebacker in hybrid looks.” In fact, some reports even suggested that the Panthers might consider trading to move up in the draft, but, after watching the way the board unfolded, felt confident that they could stand pat and grab him. https://twitter.com/PanthersMax/status/1121595843877003265 “This is one of the guys, when you look at him, you see speed, speed and more speed,” CBS NFL analyst Pete Prisco wrote in his draft analysis. “The Panthers had all kinds of problems rushing the passer last year and Julius Peppers retired, so this makes sense. Good pick for the Panthers. I really like this pick.” Burns, who attended the draft in Nashville along with FSU coach Willie Taggart, let some of his personality shine through during the broadcast. In addition to his garnet suit and gold-framed sunglasses, Burns took the stage wearing a pair of socks that paid homage to his favorite superhero: Marvel’s Spider-man. https://twitter.com/nataliealund/status/1121544965446877184 Burns has a Spider-man themed header photo on his Twitter account, often posed like Spidey after big plays, and, after hearing his name called on Thursday night, flexed his wrists to imitate the way that Spider-man shoots his trademark web at bad guys. Or maybe at opposing quarterbacks. No surprise, then, that with draft night turning out to be an unequivocal success, Burns knew exactly how he wanted to celebrate. https://twitter.com/thecharpost/status/1121608489217003520  TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Brian Burns makes sense in Carolina, and in more ways than one. Sure, the Panthers were attracted to all of the things that Burns did on the field during his three years at Florida State – the 24 sacks, the 39.5 tackles for loss and the All-ACC and All-America honors. For those reasons, and not to mention his 6-foot-5, 249-pound frame that still has some room to grow, the Panthers made Burns their first choice of the 2019 NFL Draft on Thursday night, using the 16th overall pick on the former FSU standout. https://twitter.com/FSUFootball/status/1121598585827729408 And Burns, for his part, over the last few weeks saw a few good reasons to think that Carolina might make for a fine landing spot. For one, Burns’ brother and close confidant, former NFL defensive end Stanley McClover, was drafted by the Panthers and played his first two years with the franchise. Burns, in a conference call with reporters shortly after the selection, said he recalled hanging out with Panthers star defensive end Julius Peppers as a kid. Not only that, but Carolina also has some Garnet-and-Gold influence in its defensive ends room. Ten years ago, the Panthers picked former FSU defensive end Everette Brown in the second round of the 2009 draft, and Brown recently joined the Panthers’ staff as a coaching intern. Not only that, but Brown’s former FSU teammate and 2008 Lou Groza Award winner, kicker Graham Gano, has handled the Panthers’ place-kicking duties since 2012. https://twitter.com/GrahamGano/status/1121596454315986944 So Burns will be in good company. “You think of Florida State over the years, you think of great pass-rushers,” college football analyst Kirk Herbstreit said on ABC’s draft broadcast. “…This is a really athletic, dynamic pass-rusher.” And most pundits around Carolina and the NFL believe that Burns will be a fine fit for the Panthers’ revamped defense. Carolina made two defensive staff changes following the 2018 season and are expected to bounce between 4-3 and 3-4 looks. Meaning that Burns could play as a down lineman on one snap – as he did at Florida State – then stand up as an outside linebacker on the next. The Panthers believe he could do both. “He’s capable of contributing as a traditional defensive end,” Bryan Strickland wrote on the Panthers’ official site, “but (Burns) played closer to 235 pounds in college and has the athleticism to drop into coverage or defend the run as an edge linebacker in hybrid looks.” In fact, some reports even suggested that the Panthers might consider trading to move up in the draft, but, after watching the way the board unfolded, felt confident that they could stand pat and grab him. https://twitter.com/PanthersMax/status/1121595843877003265 “This is one of the guys, when you look at him, you see speed, speed and more speed,” CBS NFL analyst Pete Prisco wrote in his draft analysis. “The Panthers had all kinds of problems rushing the passer last year and Julius Peppers retired, so this makes sense. Good pick for the Panthers. I really like this pick.” Burns, who attended the draft in Nashville along with FSU coach Willie Taggart, let some of his personality shine through during the broadcast. In addition to his garnet suit and gold-framed sunglasses, Burns took the stage wearing a pair of socks that paid homage to his favorite superhero: Marvel’s Spider-man. https://twitter.com/nataliealund/status/1121544965446877184 Burns has a Spider-man themed header photo on his Twitter account, often posed like Spidey after big plays, and, after hearing his name called on Thursday night, flexed his wrists to imitate the way that Spider-man shoots his trademark web at bad guys. Or maybe at opposing quarterbacks. No surprise, then, that with draft night turning out to be an unequivocal success, Burns knew exactly how he wanted to celebrate. https://twitter.com/thecharpost/status/1121608489217003520  

FSU’s Burns A Welcome Addition In Carolina

A lot is at stake for the Panthers this draft. With a new owner watching closely, the win-now Panthers need ready-to-contribute players.A lot is at stake for the Panthers this draft. With a new owner watching closely, the win-now Panthers need ready-to-contribute players.

Person: Being in win-now mode after missing playoffs, pressure is on Ron Rivera and Marty Hurney this draft – The Athletic

A lot is at stake for the Panthers this draft. With a new owner watching closely, the win-now Panthers need ready-to-contribute players.A lot is at stake for the Panthers this draft. With a new owner watching closely, the win-now Panthers need ready-to-contribute players.

Person: Being in win-now mode after missing playoffs, pressure is on Ron Rivera and Marty Hurney this draft – The Athletic

The Carolina Panthers were able to land their top prospect in round one of the draft. Now they have an opportunity to trade up and land another top prospect of theirs, even one they likely have a first round grade on. On day two of the draft I suspect the Carolina Panthers are trying desperately […]

Carolina Panthers likely to trade up in round 2 - Carolina Huddle

..

Top reactions to the Carolina Panthers drafting Brian Burns

Top reactions to the Carolina Panthers drafting Brian Burns

..

Ron Rivera, Marty Hurney explain selection of Brian Burns

Ron Rivera, Marty Hurney explain selection of Brian Burns

The Panthers need to rebuild their pass rush, and their selection of Flordia State edge rusher Brian Burns is the first step in that process.The Panthers need to rebuild their pass rush, and their selection of Flordia State edge rusher Brian Burns is the first step in that process.

2019 NFL Draft: The Carolina Panthers got a steal by taking Brian Burns at No. 16 - Cat Scratch Reader