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Carolina Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman has yet to have his introductory press conference in Charlotte, but he got down to business Monday, reportedly interviewing two candidates for the team's offensive coordinator position. According to multiple media reports, Gettleman spoke with Pat Shurmur, who was recently fired as the Cleveland Browns' head coach, and Cincinnati Bengals assistant coach Cincinnati Bengals. The Charlotte Observer reported that Panthers quarterbacks coach Mike Shula is likely to get an interview, and former Arizona Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt also would be a candidate if he doesn't land another head coaching job. The Panthers need to replace offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski, who replaced Shurmur as the Browns' head coach last week. Shurmur, 47, was in charge in Cleveland for two years, posted a 4-12 record in 2011 and a 5-11 mark in 2012. He spent the previous two seasons as the St. Louis Rams' offensive coordinat...
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AUBURN, Ala. -- Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton is enrolled at Auburn for spring semester.
Auburn spokesman Kirk Sampson said Tuesday that Newton is taking classes toward a sociology degree. Sampson says Newton isn't doing media interviews and "wants to focus on school and be a normal student."
Newton led the Tigers to the 2010 national championship in his...
Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton is enrolled at Auburn for spring semester.
Auburn spokesman Kirk Sampson said Tuesday that Newton is taking classes toward a sociology degree. Sampson says Newton isn't doing media interviews and ''wants to focus on school and be a normal student.''
Newton led the Tigers to the 2010 national championship in his lone season...
A person familiar with the situation says the Carolina Panthers interviewed Pat Shurmur and Hue Jackson for their vacant offensive coordinator position on Monday.
The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the team has not publically released its list of candidates.
The Panthers are looking to replace Rob Chudzinski, who left to become the head coach...
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Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn tweeted Tuesday that Panthers quarterback Cam Newton has returned to school to finish his degree. Newton left Auburn early in 2010, when he became the Carolina Panthers number 1 overall draft pick.Kirk Sampson, who’s a part of the university’s athletic department, told WSFA 12 News that Newton is working toward a degree in sociology.
Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Jon Gruden name is frequently linked to coaching vacancies in both college and the NFL. Eight coaching vacancies have opened around the NFL this season, but Gruden has not officially been linked to any of the openings and has not interviewed with any team according to reports. CBS insider Jason LaCanfora suggested this weekend that Gruden was...
A person familiar with the situation says the Carolina Panthers interviewed Bobby April on Tuesday for their special teams coordinator position.
The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the team has not made its list of candidates public.
April spent the past three seasons as the Philadelphia Eagles' special teams coordinator. He joined the...
Cam Newton is spending this spring semester back at Auburn University. (Credit: AP File Photo)
For many football players whose seasons are done, the offseason is a time to rest some nagging injuries, work on their game, or just spend more time with family and friends. But it’s not uncommon for players who declared early for the NFL draft to go back to college and complete their...
The Cleveland Browns announced on Jan. 10 that Rob Chudzinski has been hired as the NFL team’s new head coach. Chudzinski comes over from the Carolina Panthers, where he spent the last two years as the club’s offensive coordinator. He becomes Cleveland’s sixth head coach since the 1999 season. It’s also the third time the Browns have hired Chudzinski as he worked for the...