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The Carolina Panthers have declared PK Adi Kunalic, DL Andre Neblett, DL Charles Johnson, OG Jeff Byers, QB Jimmy Clausen, FS Jordan Pugh, LB Omar Gaither inactive for Week 17. Source: KFFL.com
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Only two Carolina Panthers were named to the Pro Bowl, but the team will have many more representatives in Honolulu. Steve Smith, who earned his fifth Pro Bowl honor, has decided to bring his wide receiver teammates with him for the trip to Honolulu.
Smith surprised his teammates last week by telling them he was paying for them to take the trip with him.
“They kind of looked at...
Jacksonville has contacted the Panthers for permission to interview Carolina offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski for the Jaguars' vacant head coaching job, a person familiar with the negotiations said on Monday.
The person spoke to The Associated Press on the condition of anonymity because neither team had publicly announced Jacksonville's request.
The Carolina Panthers walked out of Bank of America Stadium late Monday morning, and every player I talked to was confident they had the leadership and talent to be something in 2012.
The question of the day here is how long will Drew Brees play?
The question for the Panthers: Who will pressure Brees for however long he's in the game?
An already makeshift defensive line has two starters out today – tackle Andre Neblett (head) and end Charles Johnson (back). Ogmedi Nwagbuo will start for Neblett, while Antwan Applewhite will step in for Johnson...
A person familiar with the situation says the Jaguars have contacted the Carolina Panthers about interviewing offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski for Jacksonville's vacant head coaching job.
The person spoke to The Associated Press Monday on the condition of anonymity because neither team had publicly announced the request.
Chudzinski joined the Panthers this year and took...
Two weeks after suffering a back injury, Carolina Panthers defensive end Charles Johnson will miss the season finale against the New Orleans Saints because of it.
For the final week of the 2011/12 NFL regular season, Drew Brees and his 12-3 New Orleans Saints will welcome Cam Newton and the 6-9 Carolina Panthers to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on Sunday, January 1, 2012. Newton has impressed in such a way in his rookie season as to be the hands-down favorite for “Rookie of the Year” honors.
Carolina leads the head-to-head series against...
The Saints kept their starters in for most of the game yesterday as the Panthers never had much of a chance. Cam Newton completed 15 of 25 passes (60%) for 158 yards with 1 TD pass and 1 INT. He also carried the ball 6 times for 32 yards (5.3 ypc) in this game. Jonathan Stewart led the way on the ground for the Panthers in this game with 79 yards rushing on 9 carries (8.8 ypc...
The Carolina Panthers will look across the Superdome today and see a New Orleans Saints team preparing for the playoffs for the third consecutive season.
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