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Two weeks after suffering a back injury, Carolina Panthers defensive end Charles Johnson will miss the season finale against the New Orleans Saints because of it.
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The Carolina Panthers will place wide receiver Legedu Naanee on injured reserve with a foot injury. Practice squad defensive tackle DeMario Pressley will replace Naanee on the 53-man roster. Signed to a one-year, $735,000 contract on August 5, Naanee started 10 of 15 games for the Panthers this season, catching 44 passes for 467 yards and one touchdown. A 2007 fifth-round pick out...
Cam Newton will have plenty of time to appreciate all he accomplished in his record-setting rookie season with the Panthers, but Sunday afternoon wasn't that time.
The Carolina Panthers have declared PK Adi Kunalic, DL Andre Neblett, DL Charles Johnson, OG Jeff Byers, QB Jimmy Clausen, FS Jordan Pugh, LB Omar Gaither inactive for Week 17. Source: KFFL.com Attached Thumbnails
The question of the day here is how long will Drew Brees play?
The question for the Panthers: Who will pressure Brees for however long he's in the game?
An already makeshift defensive line has two starters out today – tackle Andre Neblett (head) and end Charles Johnson (back). Ogmedi Nwagbuo will start for Neblett, while Antwan Applewhite will step in for Johnson...
For the final week of the 2011/12 NFL regular season, Drew Brees and his 12-3 New Orleans Saints will welcome Cam Newton and the 6-9 Carolina Panthers to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on Sunday, January 1, 2012. Newton has impressed in such a way in his rookie season as to be the hands-down favorite for “Rookie of the Year” honors.
Carolina leads the head-to-head series against...
NEW ORLEANS -- The Panthers fell victim to a familiar pattern -- a flat third-quarter performance -- and it allowed the New Orleans Saints to stretch their lead to 38-17 entering the fourth quarter today at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
Trailing by seven when the second half began, the Panthers managed just one first down on their first two possessions and the Saints seized the opportunity...
The Carolina Panthers will look across the Superdome today and see a New Orleans Saints team preparing for the playoffs for the third consecutive season.
What the Carolina Panthers lacked in wins during the first year of the Cam Newton era, they made up for in hope.
After losing to the New Orleans Saints, what must the Carolina Panthers do next season to become a playoff team? CineSport's Josh Thomson & the Charlotte Observer's Ron Green Jr. discuss this & more.
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