Just hours after news of Ron Rivera's firing broke, representatives from different Charlotte organizations and groups voiced their appreciation for what the coach and his family have done for people in the area.
Perry Fewell, who grew up in Gaston County and played for South Point High, was elevated from Panthers defensive backs coach after Ron Rivera was fired Tuesday. He will serve out the rest of the season and be considered for the job beyond this season.
Derrius Guice ran for 129 yards and two touchdowns and the Washington Redskins overcame an early 14-point deficit and held on to beat the Carolina Panthers 29-21 on Sunday for their second straight victory
If you’re talking about the Carolina Panthers these days, you’re likely talking about the team losing three straight games. Or head coach Ron Rivera’s job security. Or Cam Newton’s foot. Or 28-yard field goals that go wide right.
Thanksgiving is Mario Addison’s favorite holiday and he believes there’s no better way to celebrate than to giveback. On Tuesday, the Carolina Panthers linebacker handed out 300 turkeys to families in need throughout Birmingham.
There likely won’t be a resolution to Newton’s long-term health - or his future with the Panthers - for quite some time. But when it comes to what he wants, he was firm on the fact that Charlotte is not just a place he plays football, it’s home.
Without being asked, Tepper referenced the team never posting consecutive winning seasons in its 24-plus years, and its plodding, win-one, lose-one tendencies (Carolina is 195-198-1 in its franchise regular-season history, and 5-5 in 2019).
Dallas Cowboys defensive end Michael Bennett said his new teammates convinced him to stand during the national anthem, reversing his earlier decision to sit on the bench or stay in the locker room while the anthem played.
Newton, smoking a cigar and sipping a glass of wine, confirmed that his mid-left foot sprain is actually a “mild” Lisfranc injury. The Athletic’s Joe Person first reported last week that Newton’s foot sprain was a Lisfranc.
Perhaps it was too early to give up on the Panthers. Are the Arizona Cardinals one of the worst teams Carolina will face all season? Probably. Don’t let that put a damper on a win-or-else victory Sunday.
Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton has re-aggravated his left foot sprain, raising questions about his availability for the weekend game at Arizona and threatening to derail his team’s entire season.
What we saw from Cam Newton on Sunday was a pale imitation of what we have seen from him at his best, and that was one of the primary reasons for the Carolina Panthers’ 30-27 loss to the Los Angeles Rams in the season opener.
Jared Goff threw for 186 yards and a touchdown, Malcolm Brown ran for a pair of scores and the defending NFC champion Los Angeles Rams spoiled Cam Newton's return with a 30-27 win over the Carolina Panthers on Sunday
No matter what the exact diagnosis turns out to be on Cam Newton’s latest injury, the fact that the quarterback got hurt in his first quarter of live action in eight months is a major concern for Carolina.
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.
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.
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.