Carolina Panthers safety Jeremy Chinn is fired up for the new season and looking to make a significant impact on the field. With a revitalized roster and the No. 1 draft pick in their hands, the Panthers are eyeing the NFC South crown, a division they believe is ripe for the taking.

Chinn has recently adopted a new approach to goal-setting, writing down his aspirations on paper and placing them in prominent locations. Among the goals on his list are NFC Defensive Player of the Week and Month honors, making the Pro Bowl, and earning an All-Pro nod.

With the Panthers signing free agent safety Vonn Bell, Chinn will have the opportunity to play closer to the line of scrimmage under new defensive coordinator Ejiro Evero. This strategic change excites Chinn, as it allows him to leverage his speed and physicality, making plays on the ball.

The Panthers fell short of the NFC South title last season, finishing behind the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. However, Chinn believes that with a new coaching staff, an overhauled roster, and a fresh quarterback coming with the No. 1 overall pick, the team has the right pieces in place to make a postseason run.

New head coach Frank Reich has already earned Chinn’s trust, thanks to the strong foundation he has built with returning players and his role in acquiring key free agents like Miles Sanders, Adam Thielen, Hayden Hurst, and Shy Tuttle. Chinn praises Reich as a “player’s coach” and appreciates the relationship of respect and trust that the coach is forging with the team.

As the Panthers gear up for a competitive season in the NFC South, all eyes will be on the team’s progress and Chinn’s performance on the field.

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