Found November 06, 2012 on
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$100 million dollars is the difference in the Carolina Panthers staying in Charlotte, NC or leaving for the bright lights of Hollywood, CA, as a Charlotte politician is claiming that the Panthers are on the pathway of leaving Charlotte.According to Charlotte Chamber President Bob Morgan, Panthers owner Jerry Richardson, who fired his sons as team executives three years ago and has yet to publicly disclose a succession plan, could leave the City of Charlotte if he and the city don't come to a new lease agreement.Keep in mind that Los Angeles, who has made it clear that a new NFL team will be playing in the city in the next few years (most likely around 2016, 2017). With the NFL not giving the idea that they would add a new NFL team (a 33rd NFL team) to the league, which means that the City of Los Angeles would need to find a team willing to relocate to their city.With all of that, some in Charlotte are SCARED TO DEATH of the reality that the Panthers could indeed leave the city, ...
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A high school QB in North Carolina wanted to emulate his hero's touchdown dance during a game, and that celebration got him sent to the locker room early.
The Officials in the Carolina Panthers-Washington Redskins game should not have blown a whistle during a DeAngelo Williams 30-yard touchdown run Sunday and they also shouldn't have rewarded the Panthers with the touchdown.
An official, who thought Williams went out of bounds blew an inadvertent whistle while Williams was at the Redskins 17-yard line and on his to the endzone...
Ron Rivera and the media that cover the Carolina Panthers were all smiles and laughter Monday morning as soon as the coach reached the podium for his weekly press conference.
Wearing a light blue Ralph Lauren sweater with white horizontal stripes, Rivera was asked by Charlotte Observer beat writer Joe Person, Is that part of the Cam collection?
As the media broke out into unguarded...
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- Cam Newton's Superman celebration returned Sunday.
So did that confident look on the face of the Carolina's second-year quarterback, a fact that wasn't lost on Panthers coach Ron Rivera.
Rivera said Monday that Newton and his teammates gained some much needed confidence following a 21-13 win Sunday over the Washington Redskins.
Now he can only...
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Okay... the HQ is seeing things get just a little out of hand...
Watch the video below and we'll ask you a question afterwards...
Was the act at the end worth an ejection...???
Apparently, to the officials in the West Mecklenburg-Hough game it was... the super-hero move was considered "bad sportsmanship." West Meck head coach Jeff...
The NFL conceded that the Panthers should not have been awarded a touchdown during its game against the Redskins after an inadvertent whistle by an official.
DeAngelo Williams was not pleased when he learned that the Carolina Panthers were deemed the Washington Redskins' ''homecoming'' opponent.
He riled up his teammates by talking about it in a pregame speech, stashed a copy of the game program in his locker, then took to Twitter to rub it in after the Panthers' 21-13 victory. His conversation with reporters...
The Carolina Panthers have claimed linebacker Jason Williams off of waivers from Philadelphia and waived cornerback Ron Parker, the team announced Monday. Williams played in two games for the Eagles this season, but did not have any tackles. He started two games for Carolina last year and made two starts for the Panthers in 2010. Parker had played in three games for Carolina this season.