Found October 09, 2011 on
(By Ron Green Jr., firstname.lastname@example.org) When New Orleans safety Roman Harper leveled receiver Steve Smith in the end zone after the Panthers' first touchdown Sunday, it sparked a scuffle involving several players from both teams.Smith had pulled up after crossing the goal line when Harper ran in from behind him and laid Smith out. Smith popped back up and spun the ball in celebration after officials hit Harper with a 15-yard personal foul penalty.
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A late hit on Carolina's Steve Smith following a 54-yard touchdown catch nearly caused a fight in the first quarter of the Saints-Panthers game.
The scuffle began after Smith leaped to beat cornerback Jabari Greer to a pass from rookie Cam Newton. Greer fell to the ground, giving Smith an easy 30-yard run to the end zone. But as Smith coasted the final 5 yards and crossed the...
Division football games can get testy, but safety Roman Harper and the rest of the Saints defense got a little carried away Sunday against the Panthers. Well after Panthers receiver Steve Smith had crossed the goalline on a 54-yard touchdown reception from Cam Newton, Harper gave Smith a hard pop in the shoulder. Smith bounced up and began his TD celebration undeterred, but Saints...
Smith walks and even scuffles like a Panther. There is no punking this dude! Trust.
CAM NEWTON to STEVE SMITH is quickly turning into a lethal weapon combination for the Carolina Panthers. On Sunday, Smith caught a spectacular 54-yard pass from Newton for the Panthers first score of the game against New Orleans, but not without some extracurricular from Saints safety Roman Harper…...
Same ole ____ just a different game. There are NO words for what the Panthers continue to allow to happen on the field week-on and out. Look past Newton’s game opening interception and Steve Smith’s touchdown smack down and it’s the same story. Penalties, dropped passes, poor defense…the Panthers continue to beat themselves and loose games.
It was good to see DeAngelo get...
His latest NFL loss just minutes old, Cam Newton sat motionless facing his locker with his head in his hands.
Receiver Steve Smith sat in the chair to his right, quietly talking to the Carolina Panthers' rookie quarterback as Newton stared at the floor.
One thing is clear: the No. 1 overall draft pick is having a hard time dealing with losses.