Found February 24, 2012 on
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Under Armour released a commercial starring Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton.
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Cam Newton pulled an all-nighter earlier this month that was captured by cameras in Charlotte.
TV viewers -- at least those other than Time-Warner customers in Charlotte -- can see the end result tonight when the 60-second, Under Armour spot airs on the NFL Network.
Entitled "Cam's Night Out," the commerical plays on Newton's offseason training, and depicts him...
Most of the offseason talk about the Panthers' linebackers has been about the two that didn't play the majority of the 2011 season.
Lost in the shuffle is the one who did -- James Anderson, who turned in a record-setting year following season-ending injuries to Jon Beason and Thomas Davis.
Anderson set a franchise record with 174 tackles, breaking Beason'...
The Panthers will look to Olindo Mare to carry the special teams after a solid 2011 season.
Panthers coach Ron Rivera said veteran tight end Jeremy Shockey is considering retirement after 10 NFL seasons.
In a discussion with Shockey in January following his first year in Carolina, Rivera said Shockey mentioned the possibility of calling it quits.
“It was a great conversation and he just said, 'Well, we'll see,'” Rivera said today at the scouting...
The Panthers lost their coin flip with the Dolphins this morning, giving the Panthers the ninth overall pick in April's draft.
The Panthers and Dolphins each finished 6-10 in 2011, and had the same strength of schedule percentage -- the first tiebreaker used in determining draft order. That necessitated the coin flip, which took place at 7:30 a.m. at an Indianapolis...
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Panthers coach Ron Rivera says Jeremy Shockey has considered retiring and that is news to Carolina's general manager. Marty Hurney says, "We've gotten no indication that Jeremy's considering retirement at this point," adding that, "it's ultimately a question for Jeremy but all indications we are getting is that he wants to play...
It's shocking to think that a single player can make so much difference to a team, but the Carolina Panthers leaped from dead last in the league in points scored to 5th - a staggering increase of 30 touchdowns from the previous year. And that was in year one of Cam Newton. What's possible in year two?
That depends on the defense. With two key members of the defense...
Panthers coach Ron Rivera said veteran tight end Jeremy Shockey is considering retirement after 10 NFL seasons.Click to Continue »
At around 7 a.m. on Friday in the conference room of an Indianapolis hotel, an NFL representative will flip a specially minted coin with a Carolina Panthers logo on one…Click to Continue »