In the midst of a tough season, the chemistry in the Panthers locker room has been the most recent in popular talks in the media.
"Zero legitimacy. The thought of a divide in the locker room is nonsense. But it makes for a good story line in sports talk radio, etc," Olsen said.
Following Ron Rivera's benching of franchise quarterback and last years MVP Cam Newton, many believe there could be tension in the locker room. Olsen made it clear that's not the case.
If there's a player whose statement has any validity to it, it would be Olsen's.
Olsen has also once again been named the Panthers nominee for Walter Payton Man of the Year Award for the second consecutive season following Panthers Thomas Davis winning it in 2014. He's a proven veteran that's been in the Panthers locker room since 2011 through the ups and downs.
There's been no evidence otherwise to say any different.
Written By Tripp Morgan. Follow him on Twitter @TrippMorgan6
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