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Panthers add offensive quality control coach


CHARLOTTE -- Drew Terrell has joined the Panthers coaching staff as offensive quality control coach. In his role, Terrell will break down opponent game film and present statistical analysis to identify opponent tendencies to assist the offensive coaching staff in game plan preparation.

Terrell joins the Panthers after three seasons (2015-17) at the University of Michigan where he was an offensive graduate assistant coach, working with wide receivers and returners his first two seasons and cornerbacks and returners in his final season.

At Michigan, Terrell coached two receivers who were selected in the 2016 NFL Draft: Amara Darboh was chosen by Seattle in the third round and Jehu Chesson was picked by Kansas City in the fourth round.

Terrell got his start in coaching as an offensive graduate assistant at Virginia Tech in 2014.

Terrell was a four-year letterman at wide receiver and punt returner at Stanford (2009-12), earning honorable mention All-Pac-12 as a returner three times. He was a part of four consecutive bowl teams and was the Cardinal's leading receiver in 2012, when the team finished with a 12-2 record and won both the Pac-12 championship and the Rose Bowl.


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