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(By Joseph Person, email@example.com) With Omar Gaither getting a more optimistic prognosis on his knee injury than originally thought, the Panthers have no immediate plans to sign another linebacker.Gaither left Sunday's game against New Orleans in the first half after landing awkwardly and tweaking his knee. The Charlotte native and former Myers Park standout was diagnosed with a sprained MCL and bone bruise.
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Auburn Tigers head football coach Gene Chizik got the news he’s been waiting for. The NCAA said the school didn’t commit any major violations when it recruited quarterback Cam Newton for the 2010 football season.
"I feel very confident the way we run this program, Chizik said. “Said many times we have not done anything wrong.”
The NCAA said Newton’s father, Cecil...
(By Joseph Person, firstname.lastname@example.org) Jon Beason rolled in to the Panthers' locker room on a scooter Wednesday with a big, black cast on his left leg and sweat beading on his forehead.The Panthers' middle linebacker and three-time Pro Bowler had just finished an upper-body weight workout. It will be another six weeks before Beason is walking without a cast or...
Observer reporter Joe Person and columnist Scott Fowler talk about the Panthers' inability to get over the hump, and Jordan Gross says close is no longer good enough:
(By Scott Fowler) Carolina Panther coach Ron Rivera sounded a little like he was singing Journey's 1980s megahit "Don't Stop Believin" Monday during his day-after press conference following Carolina's 30-27 loss to the New Orleans Saints.Rivera once again fully took the blame on the clock management miscue at the end of the first half that allowed New Orleans...
The NCAA said it found no major violations committed by Auburn regarding current Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton or other pay-for-play allegations and has concluded multiple investigations of the football program.
(By Joseph Person, email@example.com) Panthers coach Ron Rivera took the blame for a costly timeout in Sunday's loss to New Orleans - but took pride in the way his team responded when receiver Steve Smith was drilled on a late hit by Saints safety Roman Harper.After Harper decked him as Smith crossed the goal line on his 54-yard touchdown catch in the first half,...
Some guys play this one safe, but Jeremy Shockey harbored no hesitation burning bridges with a former employer Sunday.
Observer Staff ReportsOne Mecklenburg County official said Carolina Panthers' fans did a "brilliant" job of recycling materials from their tailgating parties before Sunday's game against the New Orleans Saints.