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Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey has done something rare in the last two weeks: He’s stayed on the field.McCaffrey has played every single offensive snap for the Panthers in each of their last two games Youth Ian Thomas Jersey , which is extremely unusual for a running back in today’s NFL. Through Week Seven, McCaffrey has played in 95.9 percent of the Panthers’  offensive snaps, easily the highest percentage of any NFL running back.No other running back has even played 90 percent of his team’s offensive snaps. The closest are Dallas’s Ezekiel Elliott at 89 percent Authentic Ryan Kalil Jersey , Pittsburgh’s James Conner at 85 percent, Arizona’s David Johnson at 84 percent, the Rams’ Todd Gurley at 82 percent and the Giants’ Saquon Barkley at 82 percent.When the Panthers drafted McCaffrey they viewed him as a punt and kickoff returner as well as a running back and sometimes receiver Authentic Luke Kuechly Jersey , but this year they’ve taken him off special teams because of his offensive workload. He’s proving too valuable on offense, where he’s getting more work than any other back in the league.Panthers 2018 season opener countdown: 76 days to go We are 76 days away from the beginning of the Carolina Panthers 2018 season. That means today we take a closer look at the two young players currently wearing that jersey this offseason: Offensive tackle Blaine Clausell and defensive tackle Karter Schult.Blaine Clausell, Offensive TackleBioHeight: 6’7”Weight: 315 lbsAge: 26College: Mississippi StateNFL Experience: 1 yearKarter Schult Authentic Greg Olsen Jersey , Defensive TackleBioHeight: 6’3”Weight: 260 lbsAge: 23College: Northern IowaNFL Experience: 1 yearNumber 76 is shared by two players who have been around the NFL for a little bit and are hoping to seize a chance to make a name for themselves with the Carolina Panthers.Both Clausell and Shult have yet to make their on field debut in a regular season game.Clausell has bounced around a few practice squads in his career so far. Hopefully his experience with NFL off season programs will help give him a leg up in competing for a spot along a relatively thin Panthers’ offensive line.Schult was a bit of a regional hero at alma mater University of Northern Iowa, earning FCS All-American honors. He hopes to make an impact at training camp as a pass rushing defensive tackle, a position at which no NFL team can be too stocked.

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