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Two Panthers defenders have been fined by the NFL for hits during the Redskins game, Joseph Person of the Charlotte Observer reports. As reported previously, free safety Haruki Nakamura was fined $21,000 for hitting a defenseless receiver Josh Morgan in the head.
Defensive end Greg Hardy was fined $15,750 equal to 3 percent of his salary for striking Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III in the head. Hardy was attempting to knock down a pass on the Redskins first drive when his right hand hit Griffins helmet.
Nakamura struck Morgan with his shoulder on an incomplete pass, both players said they would appeal the fines. Source: The Redzone Attached Thumbnails
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The NFL's Carolina Panthers have announced that Ernie Accorsi will serve as a consultant during their search for a new general manager.
Accorsi, 71, has been the GM for the Cleveland Browns and New York Giants and has served as a consultant to other NFL teams in their search for general managers. He serves as chairman of the NFL's General Manager Committee.
The Carolina Panthers have turned to longtime front-office executive Ernie Accorsi to assist in the team's pursuit of a new general manager. Accorsi, 71, will begin serving immediately as a consultant to help the Panthers find a replacement for Marty Hurney, The Charlotte Observer reported Friday. "I have a very high regard for Mr. Richardson and look forward to providing...
The Panthers have announced that Ernie Accorsi will serve as a consultant during their search for a new general manager.
Accorsi, 71, has been the the GM for the Cleveland Browns and New York Giants and has served as a consultant to other NFL teams in their search for general managers. He serves as chairman of the NFL's General Manager Committee.
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