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Josh Norman intercepts four passes in practice Despite coming from a small-time college football program at Division 1-AA Coastal Carolina, Josh Norman never doubted that he would ultimately play in the NFL. The rookie cornerback certainly doesn’t mind tooting his own horn, and has quickly gained a reputation of being cocky. In June OTAs, the fifth-round pick took a jab at Panthers star wideout Steve Smith, telling the Charlotte Observer that he not only stayed step-for-step the 11-year veteran, but even frustrated him with his defense. Now, Norman – who missed most of the first two weeks of training camp with a hamstring injury – backed up his off-the-field brazenness with an incredible four-interception performance in Tuesday’s practice. When asked about his play, the 24-year-old former All-American acted it like it was just another day at the office. “Just gotta do it again tomorrow,” he told the Charlotte Observer. Newton, Tebow share GQ cover Cam Newton continues to be one of ...

Panthers rookie WR gets car stolen by teammates

Being a rookie in the NFL is a pain in the a##, as Carolina Panthers rookie Brenton Bersin found out when his fellow teammates stole his car, and messed it up to the point that Bersin claims that he'll start taking public transportation for a while.It's being said that Bersin left his keys out in view of fellow teammate, long snapper, JJ Jansen. Jansen tweeted the a photo...

Steve Smith is having ‘fun’ again in Carolina

When it comes to Steve Smith, how do you spell fun? C-A-M, that’s how. Only two years removed from being so disenchanted with the Carolina panthers, Smith is back to his old playful self, or at least his old fiery content self. "I had guys telling me, 'Hey, come over to my team, we could use you over here, Smith told the press Tuesday from Wofford College, the Panthers...

Carolina Panthers Camp Overview: Position battles and injuries

There are several position battles being fought in the Carolina Panthers preseason. And there are other positions that have question marks due to health. Linebackers Thomas Davis and Jon Beason, coming off season-ending injuries in 2011, are still hurting. Davis, who has had three surgeries on his right knee, strained his right calf during the second practice. He has resumed individual...

Panthers get the message against Dolphins

Ron Rivera got what he wanted Friday night. The second-year Carolina Panthers' coach wanted to see his team play with spirit, intensity and focus in its second preseason game of the season, unlike how it approached the opener last Saturday night. Panthers' quarterback Cam Newton even admitted to being "lethargic" going into last Saturday's affair, but he...

Carolina Panthers Potential Breakout Player of 2012: Greg Hardy

The great thing about the NFL is that there are so many positions that every year, there is almost always at least one player who has a breakout year on every team, no matter how good or bad the team is. This is one part in a 32 part segment detailing one potential breakout player for the 2012 NFL season on each NFL team. For the Carolina Panthers, that player is defensive end Greg...

Jonathan Stewart leaves tonight’s game with a calf injury

AP Carolina Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart left tonight’s preseason game against the Miami Dolphins with an apparent left calf injury.  As of now, it’s not believed to be serious. Panthers say Stewart has a left calf injury. Not believed to be serious. — Joe Person (@josephperson) August 18, 2012  

Newton outshines Tannehill in Panthers win

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- Cam Newton outplayed rookie Ryan Tannehill in a matchup of young quarterbacks Friday night as the Carolina Panthers defeated the Miami Dolphins 23-17 in a preseason game. Newton looked extremely sharp, completing 8 of 11 passes for 119 yards and a touchdown as the Panthers (No. 20 in the AP Pro32) jumped all over the injury-depleted Dolphins defense early...

Miami Dolphins vs. Carolina Panthers: Cam Newton Battles Distracted Dolphins in NFL Preseason

The Miami Dolphins look forward to getting on the football field when they take on the Carolina Panthers on Friday night in week 2 of the NFL preseason. The Dolphins spent a crazy week mired in controversy as they parted ways with embattled wide out Chad Johnson. Johnson was arrested after a fight with his wife and the team cut him shortly after the incident. With the bright lights...

Dolphins Fall at Carolina

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Cam Newton outplayed rookie Ryan Tannehill in a matchup of young quarterbacks Friday night as the Carolina Panthers defeated the Miami Dolphins 23-17 in a preseason game.

Preseason Game 2: Who to Watch

The Dolphins hit the road for the first time Friday night when they take on the Carolina Panthers in their second preseason game. Here are some of players who bear watching.
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