A number of key Panthers sat out - including Cam Newton, Luke Kuechly, Greg Olsen, Christian McCaffrey and Shaq Thompson - but just about everyone who stepped foot on the field deserved a share of the blame.
Since his freshman season, Cameron Roseman-Sinclair has been making big plays at Myers Park. All that experience has led him to becoming one of the top safeties in the nation and puts him on the list of the 2019 FFN Electrifying 11.
North Carolina Highway Patrol cited Carolina Panthers defensive end Bryan Cox Jr. for speeding, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia on the final day of the team’s training camp.
Tyrese Blake and Northwest Cabarrus were pretty much unknowns heading into the 2018 season. It was a break out year for both as the Trojans had their best football season ever and Blake had a monster season on his way to being named conference player of the year.
Your Carolina Panthers could be getting a stadium with a retractable roof. David Tepper, the team’s owner, has made it very clear he wants to make this happen so Charlotte can be a household name for sports and entertainment.
Alcides Escobar’s sacrifice-fly RBI in the top of the eighth inning broke a 5-5 tie and led the Charlotte Knights to a 6-5 victory over the Norfolk Tides in game one of a two-game series from Harbor Park in Norfolk, VA on Monday night.
Trailing by as many as seven runs, the Charlotte Knights quickly erased two separate deficits to storm back and defeat the Pawtucket Red Sox 13-10 on Sunday afternoon in the finale of their three-game series.
NASCAR is in the midst of it’s season, and while teams and drivers are busy preparing for the next race, they always find a way to give back. Team Penske driver Ryan Blaney is no different, hosting a back to school lunch for kids at the team shop in Mooresville.
Hornets Hoops camps feature drills, skills contest, and competitive games with the aim of increasing the fundamental skills that come along with the sport, as well as promoting a fun and inviting atmosphere for boys and girls of all ages.
As if the conversation of soccer in Charlotte wasn’t receiving enough attention this summer, add World Cup Champion, Megan Rapinoe in the mix and this weekend of soccer in Charlotte just became an even bigger deal.
U.S. women’s soccer star Megan Rapinoe ripped President Donald Trump and his supporters in an interview with The Charlotte Observer on Saturday for the “Send her back!” chant that broke out at his rally Wednesday night in Greenville, N.C.
Thursday marked day two of the ACC Football Kickoff in Charlotte, featuring the North Carolina Tar Heels. Representing the team in the Queen City, was Mack Brown (head coach), Charlie Heck (offensive tackle), and Myles Dorn (safety).
After celebrating until the sun came up and hitting the streets in his brand new, custom Camero, first-time NASCAR cup series winner, Alex Bowman kept the cheers going by ringing the victory bell with his Hendrick Motorsports teammates.
According to the Charlotte Regional Visitors Authority, between February 15 and March 16, 2019, Charlotte hosted the NBA All-Star Weekend, CIAA Men’s and Women’s Tournament and the 2019 New York Life ACC Tournament.
Behind a dominant debut from one of baseball’s brightest prospects, the Charlotte Knights defeated the Gwinnett Stripers 15-12 in a wild slugfest on Thursday night at BB&T Ballpark in the opener of their four-game series.
The Belk Bowl will continue to feature a team from the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) for the next six years, it was announced today by the ACC and the Charlotte Sports Foundation, owner and operator of the game.
The Carolina Hurricanes today announced that they have promoted Ryan Warsofsky to be head coach of the Charlotte Checkers. Warsofsky, who spent last season as an assistant coach on the Checkers’ Calder Cup championship team, becomes the fifth head coach in the team’s 10-season AHL history.
After only winning 1 game in their first 14 contest, it looked like it was going to be a long losing season for the Charlotte Independence.But a coaching change back on June 12 set in motion a turn around that has shocked many.
Don Waddell, President and General Manager of the National Hockey League’s Carolina Hurricanes, today announced that the team has signed defenseman Alex Lintuniemi to a one-year, two-way contract for the 2019-20 season.