Sam Darnold is “excited” at the prospect of starting over with the Carolina Panthers; Quarterback spent three seasons with the New York Jets after being the # 3 pick on the 2018 NFL Draft; Injuries, illness, training changes, and offensive issues put an end to his time with the franchise. Last update: 12/04/21 7:01 PM Quarterback Sam Darnold is ready to start over after arriving at the Carolina Panthers Quarterback Sam Darnold says there is a mixture of “comfort and excitement” after your arrival at Charlotte is ready to work for the Carolina Panthers. Darnold’s tenure with the New York Jets only lasted three seasons after injuries and illness, training changes and incompetence with foul. The planes got # 2 in the upcoming NFL draft and is expected to pick former BYU midfielder Zach Wilson, leaving 23. Darnold, the year-old to start over, Darnold said, “There is a little comfort and excitement. There was a lot more.” From the uncertainty of this off-season, not knowing what your future would look like, that was tough. ” But now that I’m in Charlotte, I’m excited, and yeah, I think I’m kind of comfortable being here. “Darnold will deal with the Panthers attack, led by Coach Matt Rule and Co-ordinator Joe Brady and with the collaboration of All-Pro Christian McCaffrey.” Darnold said the culture that is placed here is amazing. “Maybe this is the part that interests me the most about it.” “The transition from being unwanted to being wanted is huge.” Getting that news to be traded on, from a team that says, “Hey, we didn’t want you”, for whatever reason, is difficult. “But in the meantime, I’m fine about it, and I’m excited to get here, get started.” For updates on the draft, be sure to follow at skysports.com/nfl and on TwitterSkySportsNFL. .