Could the Carolina Panthers’ defense become the NFL’s best in 2013? Linebacker Thomas Davis thinks so.
UNC Charlotte, the United Way of the Central Carolinas and the Carolina Panthers teamed Tuesday to train literacy tutors and give their students a chance to work off some energy.
Dave Gettleman isn't sure how good the Carolina Panthers will be this season.
Carolina Panthers’ standout receiver isn’t without a plan for years ahead or hope for the Queen City
Goodell defends Redskins: NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said the Redskins nickname is a “unifying force that stands for strength, courage, pride and respect.”
Colin Cole called the Carolina Panthers and asked if they needed a nose tackle. “I was absolutely in position where pretty much it was my last opportunity,” says Cole, 32.
There has been no indication the Carolina Panthers have approached Greg Hardy, a fourth-year defensive end entering the final year of his rookie contract, about re-signing him before the season. Hardy says he’s leaving that issue up to his agent.
Panthers owner Jerry Richardson could have let potential criticism stop him from contributing $10 million to the Charlotte 49ers Tuesday for naming rights to their new football stadium. But instead, he did the right thing.
The progression of Cam Newton this spring is one reason coach Ron Rivera is budding with optimism as the Panthers continue preparation for the 2013 season.
Receivers’ coach Proehl says Edwards’ has had ‘great camp’ in battle to hold onto roster spot.
Carolina veteran Jordan Gross prepares for what could be his final year with the Panthers. He’s been to the Super Bowl, the NFL Pro Bowl and is a player his teammates look to for both his skills at tackle and his leadership.
Mike Tomlin calls it “football in shorts.”
Smith, Gross are offensive captains by vote of teammates. Other veterans also could be in line for leadership role.
There are a few crossroads in every NFL quarterback’s career. The Carolina Panthers’ Cam Newton has reached one of them.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell is pushing the NFL draft into May, a TV sweeps month because of a (snicker) scheduling conflict at Radio City Music Hall.