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Carolina Panthers receiver Brandon LaFell has nine catches for 155 yards and a score through two games.Fantasy Spin:LaFell is a solid complement to Steve Smith and it appears he's going to factor heavily in Carolina's offense this season. He should provide consistent flex-worthy numbers.
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The Carolina Panthers have officially listed running back Jonathan Stewart and wide receiver Steve Smith as questionable for tomorrow’s game against the Saints.
WR Steve Smith, RB Jonathan Stewart listed as questionable for Sunday’s game: pnth.rs/NsIhNq
— Carolina Panthers (@Panthers) September 14, 2012
Smith has battled a knee injury all week and Stewart has worked his way...
CONFLICT OF INTEREST
The NFL has reportedly pulled side judge Brian Stropolo from working the Saints-Panthers game on Sunday because he is a known Saints fan.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith is expected to play today, barring any setbacks.
Barring an unforeseen setback, Panthers expect WR Steve Smith to play today vs. the Saints.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 16, 2012
Smith has been dealing with a knee injury over the course of this past week.
Charlotte, NC – The Carolina Panthers knew Sunday’s game against NFC South division rival New Orleans was a huge one. Coming off a disappointing offensive effort in their season opener at Tampa, the Panthers won a must-win game before 72,879 fans at Bank of America Stadium.
“I said to the guys before the game that this was a must win, and it really was,” offensive tackle...
The Panthers will certainly need all decks on hand when they welcome the New Orleans Saints to town on Sunday. Currently, the team has several key players on the fence for this critical Week 2 matchup.
Offense: Running back Jonathan Stewart, who was sorely missed against the Buccaneers last Sunday, remains questionable with an ankle sprain. Wide receiver Steve Smith is also...
Carolina halfback Jonathan Stewart (ankle) is expected to play Sunday, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.Fantasy Spin:Stewart will test his ankle during pregame warm-ups before a final decision is made on his status for Week 2 but he should play. We would hold off on starting any Panthers running backs, however, since Stewart and DeAngelo Williams will split carries as usual...
Cam Newton talked all week about how much better the Carolina Panthers were on offense then they showed in their season opener. He proved it on Sunday.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers collapsed late on defense, while the Carolina Panthers hung 35 on a staggering New Orleans squad.
Another weekend, another chance for me to praise a franchise I could care less about if they were to remove one single player. That’s right, TSHQ, as you should know by now my Cam Newton love knows zero bounds. Since the first time I saw him dominate at Auburn I became a fan. Guy just does it all. After Week 1′s embarassing loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Newton is going to...
N.Y. Giants at Carolina Thursday, 8:20 p.m. ET, at MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, N.J. - TV: NFL Network *TV announcers: Brad Nessler, Mike Mayock, Alex Flanagan *Keys to the game: Slow starts and self-inflicted wounds, chronic issues for the Giants in 2011, knocked offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride out of a comfort zone again last week. And losing RB Ahmad Bradshaw ...