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The Carolina Panthers have high expectations heading into the 2012 NFL season.
The atmosphere surrounding the Panther’s training camp is so optimistic it prompted center Ryan Kalil to take a full ad out in the newspaper touting a Super Bowl victory for the team.
Kalil listed several reasons why the Panthers will win the Super Bowl, and while his bravado should be applauded, it’s unwarranted. The Panthers, although improving, will not only fail in their lofty goals, but they will miss the NFL playoffs. Here’s why.
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If you happened to see the first quarter of the Carolina Panthers 23-17 preseason victory over the Miami Dolphins last Friday night, you now know the image Ron Rivera and Marty Hurney had when they united 19 months ago.
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The Panthers are expecting big things this season from tight end Greg Olsen.
With the departure of fellow tight end Jeremy Shockey and the arrival of fullback Mike Tolbert, coach Ron Rivera envisions Olsen doing less blocking and catching more balls.
In fact, Rivera believes ''it's possible'' Olsen could put up numbers similar to what New England's Rob Gronkowski...
The Panthers were downright awful on special teams last season. Consequently, head coach Ron Rivera has made it a priority to get better in this crucial phase of the game in 2012. In addition to shoring up special teams coverage, the Panthers have created an open competition at the kicker and punter positions.
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Panthers coach Ron Rivera said Greg Olsen can be as productive as Rob Gronkowski and Jimmy Graham this season, according to the Associated Press.Fantasy Spin:With Jeremy Shockey gone and Mike Tolbert in the fold, Rivera envisions Olsen doing less blocking and more catching. Olsen and Shockey combined for 82 catches, 995 yards and nine touchdowns last season so Olsen could make for...
The Carolina Panthers proved they are more ready for prime time than the stars of HBO‘s “Hard Knocks” series, the Miami Dolphins. Bouncing back from an uninteresting effort last week, the Panthers beat the Dolphins 23-17 at Bank of America Stadium in both teams’ second preseason game.
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According to Joe Person of the Charlotte Observer, Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith missed Wednesday’s practice to see a doctor about a foot infection he’s been dealing with.
“Carolina Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith missed Wednesday’s practice to see a doctor about an infection in his left foot.
“Smith was seen on crutches returning to Bank of America Stadium with...
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- Greg Olsen is hoping he can be as productive as Rob Gronkowski and Jimmy Graham.
Carolina Panthers coach Ron Rivera believes Olsen could be poised for a breakout season not having to share catches with Jeremy Shockey, now a free agent, and with the arrival of new fullback Mike Tolbert, who should lighten Olsen's load as a blocker.
In fact, Rivera believes...
Panthers WR Steve Smith is dealing with a left foot infection and is currently on crutches, according to the Charlotte Observer.Fantasy Spin:Smith missed practice Wednesday and met with a doctor to treat his foot, but he isn't expected to miss significant time.
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