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The Carolina Panthers have placed cornerback Chris Gamble on injured reserve with a shoulder injury, coach Ron Rivera announced Monday.
Gamble started four games for the Panthers this season before being injured.
The loss of Gamble is sure to affect the league's 19th-ranked pass defense. Gamble has played in 123 games for the Panthers, amassing 80 passes defensed and 508 combined tackles.
The move marks a busy a day for the Panthers, having dismissed General Manager Marty Hurney earlier in the day. Source: NFL.com Attached Thumbnails
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Cam Newton was extremely emotional in his postgame press conference after the Panthers' loss to the Cowboys. See what the quarterback had to say.
Panthers coach Ron Rivera says the midseason firing of general manager Marty Hurney sends a clear message to him and others in the organization that nobody's job is safe.
Rivera says Carolina's final 10 games are ''an evaluation process'' and he hasn't ruled out firing assistant coaches or cutting players for underperforming.
He says ''in a situation...
Marty Hurney never called a defensive set, a play to run, filled a depth chart, ran or threw the ball, made a block or tried to make a tackle.
But Monday, Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson cut professional ties with his decade-long general manager, perhaps making Hurney the scapegoat for a season quickly swirling down the drain.
Some observers around the Queen City may say...
This is the official press release from the Carolina Panthers regarding their dismissal of General Manager Marty Hurney Monday morning.Carolina Panthers Owner/Founder Jerry Richardson announced Monday that General Manager Marty Hurney has been relieved of his duties. Hurney had been general manager of the Panthers since 2002.Former Carolina Panthers General Manager Marty Hurneyâ...
Cam Newton wants things to change in Carolina, and the Panthers appear to agree.
Owner Jerry Richardson and the team announced Monday morning that they were parting ways with General Manager Marty Hurney, taking a step towards making the organizational changes their young star is looking for.
"This was an extremely difficult decision," said Richardson...
Marty Hurney was fired Monday as general manager of the Carolina Panthers, who are off to a 1-5 start and have not made the playoffs since 2008.
Brandon Beane, the team's director of football operations, will handle day-to-day football matters until a new GM is hired, a person familiar with the situation told The Associated Press. The person spoke on the condition of anonymity...
Despite Sunday's victory coming by a narrow 19-14 margin against a one-win Carolina Panthers team, Jerry Jones called the outcome "satisfying" for his club.
"Candidly, the win, to get out on that score, on the upper end of that score was beautiful to me," the Cowboys owner and general manager said. "There wasn't one thing ugly about it to me."...
Sunday night during his post game press conference, Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton was frustrated and had no answers for his teamâ€™s constant struggles.
Newton was so befuddled in that he offered up a suggestion box to anyone that could help figure out how to right the wrongs after the 19-14 loss to theÂ Dallas Cowboys.
I think Panthers owner Jerry Richardson...
Ron Rivera had an eye-opening news conference Monday afternoon in the wake of the firing of Panther general manager Marty Hurney in which he sounded like he was strongly considering the possibility of firing at least one assistant coach.
Asked directly about that possibility, Rivera said: Â“This is a process that weÂ’re going to go through as far as an evaluation and weÂ’ll see...
CHARLOTTE, NC -- The Carolina Panthers continued their 2012 swoon with a 16-14 home loss to the equally desperate Dallas Cowboys on Sunday at Bank of America Stadium.
As a result, the Panthers dropped to 1-5 on the season and are nearly a virtual lock to miss the playoffs once again despite that being the team's stated mission in preseason camp.
The following are both teams...
After another game in which Cam Newton looked every bit like a second year quarterback who relies too much on his physical gifts, doesnâ€™t have enough weapons and plays in a ****** system for a ****** coach, he decided that one of the ways to fix things would Â be to leave a suggestion box out for reporters and writers to add their thoughts on how to best solve the struggling Panthersâ€™...
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I take everything thatÂ Jerry Jones says with a grain of salt.Â You really canâ€™t take Jones seriously, yet you also canâ€™t ignore what he says either.
Jones spoke with the Fort Worth Star-Telegram after the Dallas Cowboysâ€˜ 19-14 victory over the Carolina PanthersÂ on Sunday, and felt that this victory gave him and his franchise room for optimism....
Former Carolina Panthers Defensive Lineman Brenston Buckner joins Fox Sports Tonight to talk about the leadership pressure on Cam Newton.