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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 laughter, Rivera smiled broadly before saying, Wow, God (expletive). He took several steps away from the podium as if he was leaving and offered a short wave to Person and the media before returning. Rivera was still smiling.
How did you know I went to Belk? the coach then asked. Golly.
The 'Cam collection' comment referenced the unusual sweaters Panthers quarterback Cam Newton has worn to several postgame press conferences this season. Along with his play and demeanor, Newtons attire has even been criticized. So the question offered a needed moment of levity, though it likely wouldnt have bee...
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You can run, but you can't hide. Mistakes will always catch up with you, especially in a digital world with instant replay, so it is better to own up to them.
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With 34 seconds remaining in the first quarter, Panthers running back DeAngelo Williams took the handoff...
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...
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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.