Panthers get Kevon Seymour for Kaelin Clay and draft pick

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The Panthers will get cornerback Kevon Seymour from the Bills in return for receiver Kaelin Clay and a 2019 seventh-round draft pick, the Bills announced.

The Bills have made a wave of trades, sending wide receiver Sammy Watkins to the Rams for cornerback E.J. Gaines and a third-round draft pick and dealing cornerback Ronald Darby to the Eagles for receiver Jordan Matthews and a second-round draft pick.

Early in training camp, Seymour was in the mix to start. He was getting significant reps both outside and in the slot before a foot injury and then a shoulder injury.

Clay had a solid preseason, with six catches for 127 yards.

2 responses to “Panthers get Kevon Seymour for Kaelin Clay and draft pick

  1. Ugh, these 2019 picks really bother me. Building depth season after season is all well and fine, but the cupboards are bare, so we refill in 2019? You may not even last that long…

  2. What is a Kevon Seymour???? And if he is hurt, then why did the Panthers trade for him and give up a player and a draft pick? Sounds like Hurney and his crap again. Remember the Everette Brown pick engineered by Hurney. He was a total bust and the pick was a total disaster. I do not like the above pick. If this dude is hurt, we do not need him.

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