Josh Norman has been the talk of the Panthers off-season. Franchised tag by the Panthers last month, the budding star is seeking the big payday, but Carolina prefers a rental. Because of the situation surrounding the Norman's contract negotiations, he's expected to miss the Panthers conditional training. OTA's are optional, and since Norman hasn't signed his franchise tag, these workouts are truly optional. Although he isn't training with the Panthers currently, Norman appears to be working intensely on his craft. Today, he put out this video of his personal offseason workouts.
He Norman has until July 15 to sign the franchise tender if a long-term deal hasn't been negotiated. He's currently seeking 16 million dollars a year, making him the second only to Darrelle Revis.
By the Professor, aka Tony Dunn
This is year four of the C3 Fantasy Football League. Four divisions of 12 teams battle it out throughout the season. Each week there are Panther prizes given out for random contests. Every team is a Panthers fan and every week is a blast. Next week (Tuesday, August 22) is the draft order selection show. We will be giving a way a Luke Kuechley jersey and other cool Panthers
He has been durable and Minnesota thought he could get back on track if moved to right tackle. Remmers may have changed his uniform, but he looks like the same old Mike Remmers--one who can be easily burned on the outside edge.
It's no secret we've been fans of Damiere Byrd here at Carolina Cat Chronicles. He really should have made the team last year. Tonight, Byrd showed he belongs in the NFL and on the Panthers roster when he hauled i
Carolina’s second round pick, Curtis Samuel, strained his hamstring in the first practice of training camp. He hasn’t practiced since. Samuel, in conjunction with Christian McCaffrey, was believed to be a key part of Carolina’s plan to evolve into a faster, more dynamic unit. Bringing speed and versatility
Carolina held its annual Fan Fest this evening, where the team likes to show off to fans some light drills and a little scrimmage highlighted by some deep passes to get the crowd excited.
At this time last year, Newton was on top of the world. He was the reigning MVP and coming off a 15-1 season that included a Super Bowl appearance. With the return of Kelvin Benjamin to the league’s highest scoring offense, everyone expected Newton to turn in another strong season.