Former SouthCarolina Gamecock, Damiere Byrd, was asked about facing former Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson this Wednesday in the preseason game against the Houston Texans this Wednesday and he had this great reaction.Read More
Veteran safety Mike Adams recently described James Bradberry as a “quiet assassin.” He’s right. While Adams was acknowledging Bradberry’s potential, the second-year player also has the ability to kill the Panthers defense.Read More
The early details of Trai Turner's 4-yr contract extension are just hitting the public. Adam Schefter reports that Turner's deal is for 45 million with 20 million guaranteed. He will average 11.25 million per year, making him the second highest paid right guard in the league. Cleveland's Kevin Zeitler signed a 5-yr $60 million dollar contract with 23 million guaranteed in March.Read More
The Panthers are dangerously close to jumping into a hole they only recently crawled out of.
On Monday morning, Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson made the mind-boggling decision to fire the best GM the team has ever employed
The Buffalo Bills traded up in both the 2nd and 3rd rounds, just the ahead of the Panthers. In both of these rounds, the selected players that the Panthers had met and of positions that Carolina addressed in that same round.Read More
In 2015, the Tennessee Titans finished 25th in rushing yards per game. In 2014, they ranked 26th in the league. They had been desperately searching for some semblance of a ground attack for years.Read More
The Panthers spending money is getting short. Re-signing Mario Addison, Charles Johnson, and adding guys like Matt Kalil, Julius Peppers, and Captain Munnerlyn has consumed much of Carolina's cap space. Now down to $14.3m dollars in cap space. This isn't all spendable cash, however. $9m of this needs to be allocated for signing rookies, practice squad members, and potential additions throughout the season.
There's still an opportunity to free up some space. We'll likely see some space cleared up as Carolina refines its roster more and more. Right now, Carolina only has about $5m in liquid cash to spend. Good thing Gettleman knows how to shop at the Dollar Store. This is when he's at his best actually.
By Tony Dunn
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A year removed from one of the greatest defensive Super Bowl performances ever, Kony Ealy has been traded to the New England Patriots for a second-round draft pick. The Panthers moved Ealy and a third-round selection (#72 Overall) to advance into the second round (#64 Overall). Carolina now has a first-round, two second-round, and a third-round selection. in the 2017 draft.Read More
With the opportunity of chasing dollars in free agency or retiring, Charles Johnson chose to return to the Carolina Panthers in hopes of securing Carolina’s first Super Bowl Championship. Johnson revealed that his 2-yr/9 million dollar contract his final stand, and he will put his blood and sweat into the next two years in hopes of bringing the Lombardi to Charlotte. His message was optimistic and sentimental.Read More
Tampering rules haven't stopped Panther players from courting free agents apparently, and it's not the first time either. Cam Newton reached out to Michael Oher in the 2015 offseason. Oher, who some say was contemplating retirementRead More
I'm tired of it. I've been tired of it, and I'll never get used to it. People have been taking pot shots at Cam Newton from the sidelines since he came into the league. Whether it was Terry Bradshaw touting Blaine Gabbert, Colin Cowherd spewing nonsense, or Boomer Esiason pegging Cam Newton as one of the Top 5 most overrated NFL players, we've had to listen to this nonsense every year. Cam's gangbuster entrance to the NFL, winning of the Offensive Rookie of the YeRead More