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(By Joseph Person, email@example.com) After he sprained his right knee against New Orleans in Week 5, Panthers linebacker Omar Gaither predicted he would be back on the early end of the two- to four-week recovery period he was given.Gaither was right - and the Panthers hope his return Sunday will help them contain Minnesota running back Adrian Peterson, the league's leading rusher.
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Sorry, Carolina fans. Playing football just isn’t what it used to be for Jeremy Shockey. We’re not quite ready to say that he isn’t trying to win games on Sundays or anything like that, but Shockey recently made it clear what his two favorite things in life are. The image you see below appeared on [...]
"Yeah — he broke my single-game yardage record, and he just broke my single-season rushing touchdown record. Join the crowd -- everybody laughs when I tell them that! My rookie year, I had six rushing touchdowns, mostly because I was running for my life. That was the year we went 1-15."
That was how my conversation with Chris Weinke started on Friday. We were to discuss...
This is going to be an exciting game between two impressive rookie QBs in Cam Newton of the Panthers and Christian Ponder of the Vikings. The Panthers are 2-2 at home and they gave the Packers and Saints good fights in the losses. The Vikings are 0-3 on the road where they have been outscored 85-44, but the Vikings had Donovan McNabb under center for those game. Here is a look...
(By Joseph Person, firstname.lastname@example.org) Cam Newton does not have a bulletin board or a file filled with quotes from the draft analysts who questioned whether the Panthers rookie quarterback was ready for the NFL.For one thing, there wouldn't be room for all the negative critiques.
A couple days ago Charlotte Observer’s longtime columnist Tom Sorensen wrote an article about the Carolina Panthers and Washington Redskins game. The premise of the story was the fact that there were so many Redskins fans as the game Sunday because Panther fans were selling their tickets to Redskins fans. Tom said he didn’t think it was a big deal for Panther fans to sell their...
A week eight game between the Minnesota Vikings and the Carolina Panthers, two teams with a combined three wins, would seem to lack a bit of excitement. Not this time.
Two players change the outlook of Sundays game at Carolina rookie quarterbacks Christian Ponder and Cam Newton.Newton was the top-overall pick in Aprils draft and an immediate starter for the Panthers. Ponder was...
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After talking with former NFL quarterback and current IMG Madden Football Academy Director Chris Weinke about his work with Cam Newton (here and here), we also discussed the finishing work Weinke did with ex-Florida State quarterback Christian Ponder, who impressed in his first NFL start against the Green Bay Packers last Sunday. With Newton's Panthers and Ponder's Vikings...
By JEFF BARTL,
STATS WriterThe Carolina Panthers aren't having an ideal season, but the play of Cam Newton is providing a bright outlook for the future.
The Minnesota Vikings hope to have the same feeling now that they've turned to Christian Ponder.
The rookies square off when Carolina hosts Minnesota on Sunday.
Newton, the No. 1 overall pick and Heisman Trophy winner...