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10 best players on Carolina Panthers 2015 roster

Cam Newton The Carolina Panthers’ roster is filled with talented players, but here is a list of the top 10 best players on the 2015 roster, starting with number ten. 10. After Jonathan Stewart’s injury in 2013, he has gotten healthier and stronger. In the 2014 season, Stewart led the Panthers with 809 rushing yards and three touchdowns on just 175 carries. He is also second...
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Four reasons why every Carolina Panthers fan can never forget Sam Mills

Greatness, integrity, character, compassion and determination. Those are just a few words that can be used to describe the late Sam Mills. As we are all aware, Sam Mills is probably one of the greatest Panthers to ever suit up in the black and blue. He truly embodied everything that is good about the human spirit, on and off the field. And here are four reasons why we have to make...
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Carolina Panthers’ Secondary is Building off of Last Season’s Growth

ATLANTA, GA – DECEMBER 28: Josh Norman #24 and Tre Boston #33 of the Carolina Panthers break up a pass intended for Julio Jones #11 of the Atlanta Falcons in the second half at the Georgia Dome on December 28, 2014 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images) With a mixture of up-and-coming talent and proven veterans in the Carolina Panthers’ secondary, the...
Via The Sports Journal
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Carolina Panthers: Best receivers in the league?

Kelvin Benjamin The Carolina Panthers are approaching training camp which starts on July 31 at Gibbs Stadium, which is at Wofford College. All practices will be free and open to the public. All positions will be enjoyable to watch, but one particular group of guys outweigh the rest. The receivers. With Carolina’s offensive history, these 2015 playmakers will definitely have an...
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Three reasons why Dave Gettleman is the key to the Carolina Panthers’ success

In the modern battle arena that is the NFL, the most important part of a team’s success is solid management.  When it comes to Carolina’s front office prowess, one man leads the way.  That man is general manager Dave Gettleman. With a proven track record and an uncanny ability to build winners, Panther Nation should be extremely excited with their new general manager. Here’s...
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Panthers' stadium renovations include Jerry Richardson's letter

The Carolina Panthers are making some renovations to Bank of America Stadium for the 2015 season and beyond. While many of them apparently won't be obvious to fans, Bill Voth of Black And Blue Review explains that there's one thing that will jump out whenever you come through two of the entrances to the stadium. "New marbleized versions of a letter from Panthers owner Jerry Richardson have...
Via Fox Sports
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Panthers well-positioned to win third straight NFC South title

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Yes, the Carolina Panthers made the playoffs last season, but it was basically by default as they finished 7-8-1. It was a small miracle they finished as well as they did considering all the things that went wrong last season -- from Greg Hardy's legal situation to all the running backs going down with injuries to quarterback Cam Newton having health and accuracy...
Via Fox Sports Carolinas
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Can Cam Newton Take the Next Step in First Year of His New Contract?

Cam Newton #1 of the Carolina Panthers walks off the field after being defeated by the Seattle Seahawks in the 2015 NFC Divisional Playoff game at CenturyLink Field. (Mandatory Credit:ESPN/Getty Images) Last year the Carolina Panthers finished the season with a record of 7-8-1. Although they sported a below .500 record, they still managed to win the NFC south. Playing in a beat...
Via The Sports Journal
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Ted Ginn Jr. says signing with Carolina was best move for his family

Ted Ginn Jr. was welcomed back to the Carolina Panthers with open arms. That's no surprise after he had one of his strongest seasons as a pro with the Panthers back in 2013. He caught 36 passes for 556 yards and five touchdowns, while also returning kicks and punts for the team. After the strong season, the Panthers lost out on Ginn to the Arizona Cardinals, where he played one...
Via Fox Sports
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Carolina Panthers 2015 Team Preview and Prediction

In 2014, the Carolina Panthers did something no other team in the NFC South had done before — they repeated as division champs. Now in...
Via Athlon Sports
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Three reasons why the Carolina Panthers are lucky to have Ted Ginn Jr. back

A Carolina fan favorite has found his way back home to Charlotte. Veteran receiver and former Panther, Ted Ginn Jr., will once again suit up in black and blue and excite the crowd at Bank of America stadium this upcoming season. Having played for the Panthers in 2013, Ginn is looking to improve on one of his best seasons in the NFL. The question here is: Why did Carolina re-sign...
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Panthers rookie WR: We're going to be the dynamic duo

Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton will be armed with some mammoth height this season with the addition of rookie wide receiver Devin Funchess. Both Funchess and second-year wide receiver receiver Kelvin Benjamin stand at a beastly 6-foot-5. With his sights set high, the rookie out of Michigan has some pretty bold predictions for the team’s wide receiver group in 2015: ...
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Cam Newton Ready to Embrace Pressure from Massive Contract

Cam Newton was given a massive five-year, $103.8 million contract this past offseason by the Carolina Panthers, and there are quite a few analysts that believe they overpaid for him. It is a deal that only time will tell whether or not the Panthers made the right decision, and a lot of pressure is on his shoulders heading into the 2015 season. There are high expectations for him...
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NFC South Off-Season Grades: Panthers

Since we are now approaching training camp I figure it’s time I get off my butt and start taking a look into the 2015-16 season. The first thing I want to do is to take a look at all of the teams from the NFC South and I’m going to grade their off-seasons. Now to be clear this isn’t necessarily a grade on the team overall, that will come later when I scout them, it’s just...
Via The Saints Nation
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Carolina Panthers: 5 Players Poised To Break Out in 2015

Star players often capture the spotlight around the NFL. This is especially true this time of year when many standout players receive massive contract extensions, suffer injuries or run into off-the-field trouble. But every year, we also witness plenty of unproven, promising young playmakers step out of the shadows and make a name for themselves with a breakout season. Some of these...
Via Gridiron Grit
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Cam Newton visits families of Charleston shooting victims

Cam Newton on Monday visited with a families who lost loved ones in the church shootings in Charleston, S.C. last week, per a Charlotte Observer report. The Carolina Panthers quarterback spent part of Monday meeting with Chris Singleton, whose mother, Sharonda Coleman-Singleton, was one of the nine victims murdered in the tragic shooting last Wednesday night...Read More The post...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson donates $100 K to SC shooting victims

When Jerry Richardson joined the NFL with the Carolina Panthers, he made no bones about the fact that he wanted to make a difference in the community. Well, Richardson has done just that in the wake of the church massacre in South Carolina. As reported by SportsCenter, Jerry Richardson has donated $100,000 to help the victims of the South Carolina church shooting. $10,000 each is...
Via EndZoneScore
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Panthers owner donates $10,000 to family of each victim of the Charleston shooting

Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson dug into his deep checkbook to help out the families of the nine people who were killed by a gunman in Charleston, SC. earlier this week. #PrayersforCharleston – some things are just bigger than football…@Panthers – thank you Mr. Richardson.. — Colin Cole (@ColinCole91) June 20, 2015   In the letter...
Via Sportsnaut
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Kelvin Benjamin overweight at OTAs

While stories during NFL OTAs are rarely worth even mentioning, this one caught our collective eye on Wednesday. Carolina Panthers wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin apparently showed up to OTAs overweight and wound up injured as a result. The 6-foot-5 wideout played his rookie season in 2014 at around 245 pounds, and reportedly came into spring workouts about 10 pounds over weight....
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Carolina Panthers Sign 7-Year Old Mathew McCaskill to One Day Contract as a Wide Receiver

A lot of teams in the NFL do a lot of things for charity, but one of my favorites has to be when the Carolina Panthers get together with the Make-A-Wish Foundation to make a little kid's day. They take children suffering with some kind of terminal or life-threatening illness and give him a day he will never forget.During Wednesday's practice it was 7-year old Mathew McCaskill. All...
Via FatManWriting
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Michael Oher, Subject Of Blockbuster ‘The Blind Side,’ Hates The Movie

If you’ve ever wanted someone to make a movie about your life, think again. One star thinks it’s actually one of the worst things that has ever happened to him. Carolina Panthers offensive lineman Michael Oher, subject of 2009 Academy Award-winning movie “The Blind Side,” thinks the movie hurts the perception of his NFL career. “I’m not trying to prove anything,” Oher...
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Has ‘The Blind Side’ hurt Michael Oher’s career?

Michael Oher doesn’t subscribe to the notion that no publicity is bad publicity. Even though he was portrayed in a likable manner in “The Blind Side,” a 2009 movie about his life, the Carolina Panthers offensive tackle feels the attention he’s received as a result of that film has actually hurt his football career. “People look at me, and they take things away from me because...
Via This Given Sunday
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Carolina Panthers: Final OTA recap – 3 key takeaways

The Carolina Panthers’ third and final week of organized team activities are in the books. There were plenty of positives for the coaching staff to come away with but the team’s progress as a whole is probably most encouraging. The team has been steadily improving on all fronts throughout the course of the ten OTA sessions, which concluded on June 11. That notion was echoed by...
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Kindergartner surprised with one-day Panthers coaching contract (pics)

Six-year-old Braylon Beam received a wonderful surprise on Tuesday when the Carolina Panthers signed him to a one-day coaching contract during a pep really hosted by the NFL team at Rock Springs Elementary in Denver, N.C. Beam is battling cancer and losing his vision after doctors discovered a tumor on his optic nerve. Through the...Read More The post Kindergartner surprised with...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
25 days ago  |  Discuss

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