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UNC safety Boston taken by Carolina Panthers
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill safety Tre Boston was selected No. 128 overall by the Carolina Panthers in the fourth round of the...

Hilee Taylor fails to report to the Lions
After enduring the 2010 NFL season with the Panthers, linebacker Hilee Taylor was waived early in camp. His contract was awarded to the Detroit...

NFL Update: Week 3
Centers Jason Brown and Jeff Saturday each anchored their offenses to collect over 100 yards rushing. Running back Willie Parker found the endzone in the...

NIcks carries UNC flag
Saturday will be a big day for Carolina football because for the second consecutive season a player is expected to be selected in the first...

NFL Update: Week 14
Julius Peppers, Hilee Taylor and the Panthers faced off against Ryan Sims and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Monday night for control of the NFC South...

Taylor makes Panthers' roster
Hilee Taylor's potential also swung the pendulum in his favor over McClover. The speedy 6-foot-2, 250-pound rookie logged a pair of sacks in August, sharing...

Hilee Taylor following the leader
During the scouting process, a prospect's reputation may count as much as his time in the 40-yard dash. That's why during the University of North...

E.J. Wilson Looks For Success On, Off Field
This season, junior E.J. Wilson is the Tar Heels' only defensive end with any starting experience and is looking to become a force to be...

Carolina's Five Challenges
The first and most critical challenge facing Carolina this season will be at the defensive end position. Hilee Taylor has graduated and now is signed...

Attention Turns to E.J. Wilson
E.J. Wilson played the 2007 season hidden beneath Hilee Taylor’s All-ACC campaign. But the red-shirt junior defensive end would just as well prefer to remain...

Pleasant surprises for Davis at camp
With Kentwan Balmer and Hilee Taylor both drafted into the NFL, North Carolina coach Butch Davis began training camp with concerns about his defensive line...

Elleby: The Forgotten End
Everyone has heard by now the potential replacements for departed North Carolina defensive end Hilee Taylor, but there’s a good chance that Greg Elleby’s name...

UNC Football Position Preview: Defensive Linemen
Carolina loses two NFL draft picks from their starting line in first-rounder Kentwan Balmer and seventh-rounder Hilee Taylor but that shouldn't stop the Heels this...

Carolina Panthers Sign Hilee Taylor
The Carolina Panthers have signed third-round draft choice (74th overall) Dan Connor from Penn State and seventh-round draft choice (221st overall) Hilee Taylor from North...

Taylor wants to be every-down DE
At 6-3 and 246 pounds, Hilee Taylor is considered too small by most NFL standards to be an every-down defensive end in this league. That's...

Carolina on Hilee Taylor's mind
Hilee Taylor would have gone anywhere to pursue a career in the sport that long ago became his life's passion. But truth be told, he...

UNC standout Taylor looking to carve Panthers' niche
It's hardly surprising Carolina Panthers rookie defensive end Hilee Taylor thinks too much emphasis is put on a player's height and weight coming out of...

Carolina Panthers draft Hilee Taylor
Hilee Taylor’s transition from college to professional football will require a slight change in team colors, but he won’t need to relocate to another state...

Hilee Taylor Drafted by Carolina Panthers
North Carolina defensive end Hilee Taylor was selected by the Carolina Panthers on Sunday in the NFL Draft. The Laurinburg, N.C. native was the No...

2008 NFL Draft: Top Linebackers
North Carolina's Hilee Taylor is appearing on NFL radars after a solid senior season (10.5 sacks, 16 tackles for loss, three forced fumbles). Played defensive...

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