Christian McCaffrey is eligible to come off the IR list this week as he battles back from his high ankle sprained. Even if he doesn’t come back for the Chicago game this week, the Panthers have to feel good about the production they have gotten from his back up Mike Davis.
The sign of a young team that is improving is one that gets better each and every week. The Carolina Panthers showed that in week 3 at the Los Angeles Chargers and now they must do it again in week 4 as they host the Arizona Cardinals.
After coming close to winning in the first 2 weeks of the season, the Carolina Panthers finally broke through yesterday as they defeated the Los Angeles Chargers. A big reason for that victory is improved team chemistry.
The eight-minute video, “You Owe,” by motivational speaker Eric Thomas, stresses the importance of going after what you want in life, and not waiting for good things to happen to you. It has been viewed on YouTube 8.6 million times.
Not only did the Carolina Panthers lose to Tampa on Sunday, they lost running back Christian McCaffrey to an ankle injury in the 4th quarter. He will have a MRI on his ankle Monday to determine the severity of the injury.
You would think Panthers new head coach Matt Rhule would have a few butterflies in his stomach as he gets ready for his first game as a head coach in the NFL, but coach says he has too many other stuff on his mind to be nervous.
Teddy Bridgewater’s career in the NFL has been full of ups and downs and has become the inspiration behind a children’s book series. On Tuesday, book number two in the Little Bear Teddy series was release and it is titled “Big Change".
As the NBA and MLB players decided to boycott games in protest of the shooting of Jacob Blake in Wisconsin, the Carolina Panthers decided to practice on Wednesday night, but plan to make their voices heard on the situation at a later date.
First day in full pads was suppose to be the story of the day at Carolina Panthers training camp on Monday, but Panthers running back Mike Davis and defensive tackle Kawann Short became the story when they showed up late for practice... for a good reason.
Acquired by the Carolina Panthers in a swap of Pro Bowlers this offseason, left tackle Russell Okung has yet to take a single snap for his new team. Now, apparently, there's a good chance he never will.
The Carolina Panthers veterans checked in for training camp today to start a series of COVID test before they can be allowed into Bank of America Stadium. The rookies checked in last week and those who were negative after their coronavirus tests were on the practice field this afternoon putting in
The Panthers released a statement Thursday saying the reasoning behind the decision is based on guidelines set the state and local government, including health leaders, during the coronavirus pandemic.