The city of Rock Hill agreed to give the Panthers a total of $225 million in bonds. That agreement states the city can give the bonds in portions. So, the city wants to give $135 million now and the remaining $90 million once vertical infrastructure, like apartments, begins construction.
The Carolina Panthers turned to their offense on day two of the NFL draft, selecting wide receiver Terrace Marshall from LSU in the second round, and offensive tackle Brady Christensen from BYU and tight end Tommy Tremble from Notre Dame in the third round.
The renovation project includes adding a center tunnel, a new home locker room, multiple broadcast camera locations for soccer TV angles, as well as two new food and beverage bar areas in the concourse behind the supporters section.
The Carolina Panthers met with executives Scott Fitterer of the Seattle Seahawks and Omar Khan of the Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday, the 14th and 15th candidates to interview for their vacant general manager position. The team says it expects to choose a new GM this week.
The Panthers are expected to be without running back Christian McCaffrey and top pass rusher Brian Burns for Sunday’s game against Washington. Panthers coach Matt Rhule said both players are doubtful after missing practice.