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(By Ron Green Jr., firstname.lastname@example.org) Ten questions with Panthers wide receiver Kealoha Pilares:Q. What's it like growing up in Hawaii?
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Photo courtesy of Chuck Burton, USA TodayWith less than a week to go before the trade deadline in the NFL, rumors have been flying around all over the place about possible trades between teams. Almost 95% of the trades are just speculation and are based simply on someone’s opinion. One of these rumors that involves the Panthers seems to be just that.In the past few days the Denver...
(By Joseph Person, email@example.com) A couple of hours into the NFL's free-agency period in late July, a team of Panthers officials and coaches boarded a private jet to south Florida to make defensive end Charles Johnson a rich man.The Panthers had lost Pro Bowl defensive end Julius Peppers to free agency a year earlier and were bidding against division rival Atlanta...
A loss to the Falcons Sunday drops the Panthers to 1-5 and for Cam Newton, puts him in a new position.
Three things to watch in the upcoming NFC South battle between the Carolina Panthers and the Atlanta Falcons.
Panthers inactives: QB Jimmy Clausen, RB Mike Goodson, CB R.J. Stanford, TE Richie Brockel, LB Omar Gaither, DT Andre Neblett and OT Jeff Otah. RT Jeff Otah (back) missing Sunday's game is a loss for the Panthers. Still, the Panthers have a lot of faith in rookie RT Byron Bell. Earlier in the week coach Ron Rivera said there's "not much of a difference" between...
Can Birds Finally Get Back on Track?
Which Defense Will We See? (C.Compton/AJC)
Well, to say that this season hasn’t gone as planned would be putting it lightly. There’s no shame in losing in the NFL, and there’s certainly no disgrace to losing to teams that were both in NFC Championship in January or a team that has had a meteoric rise with several great drafts and a division...
The Observer's Ron Green Jr. and the Atlanta Journal Constitution's D. Orlando Ledbetter preview Sunday's game between the Carolina Panthers and the Atlanta Falcons, from the perspective of the team they cover. Check out the plans for both teams:
(Scott Fowler, firstname.lastname@example.org) Atlanta did a nice job trying to take Steve Smith away from the Panthers, bracketing him with two or three defenders on most pass plays. Smith ended up with five catches for 66 yards - a good day for most receivers, but very modest for him this season. Not coincidentally, the Panthers didn't have an offensive play of 30 yards or...