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The Carolina Panthers puzzled everyone on Monday by signing the bruiser Mike Tolbert to a four-year 8.4 million dollar contract. Adding a versatile running back to an already crowded backfield with Deangelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart. I wondered why they would add another back when the Panthers for the last couple of years already had a speed
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Jeremy Shockey says that his fellow alum from The U, Warren Sapp, needs to publicly take back what he said in regards to Shockey being the snitch in the Saints' bounty case.
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Carolina Panthers tight end Jeremy Shockey was called out by Warren Sapp as the rat who spilled the beans on the Saints bounty program — Shockey adamantly denied the charges — I just gotta say this, if he’s a rat, then I want to be one too -TO
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The Panthers are one team that’s been remarkably quiet this off-season, aside from their signing of running back Mike Tolbert (Chargers), they’ve done little to improve the club via free agency, preferring instead of build through the draft and lock up their own free agents.
That may change in the near future, as they seem to be open to a possible trade of running back Jonathan...
According to Len Pasquarelli of The Sports Xchange, the Carolina Panthers are willing to listen to trade offers for running back Jonathan Stewart.
Right now there aren’t any serious talks with any teams around the league, but since Stewart is in the last year of his current contract, teams won’t be willing to rent him for a season, so a long-term will have to be a part of the deal.
Former Saints tight end Jeremy Shockey was dubbed the "snitch" in the Bountygate scandal by NFL Network analyst Warren Sapp on Wednesday.
Shockey vehemently denied the accusation, and since then has had his name cleared by Saints head coach Sean Payton via text message.
Payton, who was suspended for the 2012 season by commissioner Roger Goodell, seemed rather upbeat in...
The Pittsburgh Steelers have some questions surrounding their running back position in 2012. According to various reports, Pittsburgh does not expect RB Rashard Mendenhall to contribute in 2012 with sources stating that the club does not expect the running back to contribute on the field until 2013. The problem for the Steelers is that Mendenhall will be a free agent...
The Carolina Panthers met with free agent G/C Jason Brown recently, however there hasn't been any word regarding if a contract was offered or not.
Yesterday, NFL star Warren Sapp accused former New Orleans Saints tight end Jeremy Shockey (currently a member of the Carolina Panthers) of being the snitch in the Saints' Bountygate scandal. Shockey vehemently denied the accusations, and today, even tweeted a screencap of a text message he just had with Sean Payton, the Saints' head coach who was suspended for the entire...
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One of the tight ends the Seahawks brought in for a visit, Jacob Tamme, is now off the market after signing a three year, $9 million contract with the Broncos. Denver is an ideal situation for Tamme, as it reunites him with his former quarterback Peyton Manning. The other tight end we know Seattle is considering, Visanthe Shiancoe, is still available.
Since the Seahawks are...