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Panthers owner Jerry Richardson was one of the principal villains of the 2011 NFL lockout, melodramatic in his ridiculous demands for the owners to “take back our league” and either patronizing or insulting to those he was supposed to be negotiating with. While most of the other owners were content to sit back and let Roger Goodell issue ominous statements, Richardson was openly hostile with the players union, at one point questioning whether player reps like Peyton Manning or Drew Brees could read or knew anything about player safety.
Patronizing comments are ultimately excusable if the core of what Richardson had claimed was true, that the collective-bargaining agreement with the players had been making it impossible for teams to turn a profit. Most observers knew that to be bullsh*t, but no one could ever say for sure because NFL owners refused to turn over their books for public review.
At the time, Richardson claimed team owners were operating at a loss. Yet, thanks to leaked ...
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An audited financial statement has shown that the Carolina Panthers have been quite profitable the last two years, far from owner Jerry Richardson's claims that the team has struggled to stay afloat.
Panthers among teams with can't-miss first round draft picks
Nobody wants to get it wrong on a first round draft choice. The sad reality for teams across the NFL is that it's happened in the past and will continue to happen as long as the league is alive and well. The truth of the matter is that perennial playoffs teams and teams with a solid core of skill players...
Deadspin broke open the story on the leaked financial documents with the Carolina Panther’s substantial profits listed on them.
This comes at a time when the Panthers under owner Jerry Richardson have launched a campaign to get public funding to upgrade their nearly 20-year-old stadium. After crying broke in the 2011 season and spearheading the lockout to rally owners against...
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- The Panthers released starting cornerback Chris Gamble on Friday in a move that will get them under this year's NFL salary cap.
By releasing Gamble the Panthers will save 7.9 million under this year's salary cap.
The former first-round pick who has played his entire career with the Panthers immediately becomes a free agent.
The Panthers selected Gamble...
According to Aaron Wilson of Scout.com, the Carolina Panthers have released cornerback Chris Gamble.
Panthers cut cornerback Chris Gamble
— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) March 8, 2013
Gamble is still a viable number two corner, but had a cap number that was over $10 million for this coming season. This move should get the Panthers under the cap.
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The Carolina Panthers announced today that they have released cornerback Chris Gamble.
Gamble, who suffered a season-ending shoulder injury and only played in four games last season, was scheduled to count $10.95 million against the salary cap.
The Panthers move comes one day before teams are allowed to start talking to free agents, so you could see where this is going. In...
The Panthers have released starting cornerback Chris Gamble in a move that will get them under this year's NFL salary cap.
By releasing Gamble the Panthers will save $7.9 million under this year's salary cap. He becomes a free agent.
The Panthers selected Gamble with the 28th overall pick in the 2004 draft out of Ohio State.
Gamble has played in 123 career regular season...
The Carolina Panthers have announced the release of CB Chris Gamble.
This move will finally get them $3.7 million under salary cap.
Gamble, 29, signed a six-year deal worth $53.5 million back in 2009. He had a base salary of $7.9 million and the move frees up just as much in cap space, according to Brian McIntyre.
He joins a fairly crowded cornerback market, which means there’s...
A leaked set of financial documents prove that the Carolina Panthers are in a far more healthy financial state than ownership would like you to believe.
Season SummaryAfter a horrendous start to the season at 2-6, the Carolina Panthers and quarterback Cam Newton started to pick things up and finish the season on a four game winning streak to end the year second in the NFC South division. Expectations for former No. 1 overall pick Cam Newton were high but he suffered a sophomore slump early in the season, derailing the team’s playoff...
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Jeff Saturday officially retired as a Colt.
Aaron Hicks might be making his case to make the opening day roster.
The Carolina Panthers are actually quite profitable.