NFL World Reacts To Panthers' Big Wide Receiver Trade

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The Carolina Panthers have made an interesting addition to their offense.

According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, the Panthers acquired wide receiver Lavisca Schenault Jr. from the Jacksonville Jaguars.

The 2020 second-round pick entered his second season with much hype after scoring five touchdowns as a rookie.

However, he dropped out of the end zone throughout his year, scoring only 63 out of 100 goals.

Still, the 23-year-old is a dynamic athlete who can flourish with a change of scenery.

Viewers responded to the intriguing deal.

But not everyone is convinced that Schenault will make a big impact with his new outfit.

While the Panthers already have DJ's. Moore, Robbie Anderson, Teres Marshall Jr.,

And Rashard Higgins at wide receiver, Shenault could potentially fill a hybrid role along the lines that Curtis Samuels served at Carolina.

Meanwhile, the Jaguars signed Christian Kirk and Jay Jones this season to join veteran Marvin Jones Jr.

And tight end Evan Engram will also provide Trevor Lawrence with additional pass-catching options as he enters his second season under center.

Carolina is betting on a post-hype breakout from Shenault in her third season.

Let's see if the gambling pays off.