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Carolina Panthers Training Camp preview: Offensive line

We continue our series previewing the major story lines at each position heading into Carolina Panthers training camp. After looking at the quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers, and tight ends, we round the week out with the hog mollies on the offensive line. Perhaps no other position is a greater cause for concern for Panthers fans than offensive tackle. The team’s greatest...
Via cover32 - Panthers
10 days ago  |  Discuss

The Panthers’ Most Intriguing Training Camp Battles

#491762611 / gettyimages.com Training camp is only days away, and it couldn’t have come along at a better time. The dullness of OTAs is beginning to fade away, and full-padded practice will give us the closest thing to football since February. Held at Wofford College, SC., Carolina’s training camp never fails to disappoint, as it introduces heated position battles along with...
Via TopSportsReport
June 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Panthers' Bell confident in filling void at left tackle

CHARLOTTE -- All-Pro Jordan Gross was a mainstay at left tackle for the Carolina Panthers for 11 years with the team. While other positions recycled and faced questions, there was never any doubt as to whom was going to be protecting the quarterback's blindside. However, much to the chagrin of the Panthers organization, the 33-year-old Gross announced his retirement at season...
Via Fox Sports Carolinas
May 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Panthers OT Byron Bell Sign His Restricted Tender

  Panthers LT Byron Bell officially signed his restricted tender on Monday, according to the NFL’s transactions release. Bell was one of the few remaining restricted free agents who had yet to sign their tenders. He’ll make $2.187 million for the 2014 season under this deal. Carolina is obviously very thin in terms of their offensive line depth, so Bell figures to be in a great...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
May 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Breaking news: Carolina Panthers’ starting left tackle signs tender

Offensive tackle Byron Bell has signed his restricted free agent tenure with the Carolina Panthers according to multiple sources. The contract is worth $2.78 million in 2014 and it is a second rounder. This means other teams are free to sign Byron Bell to offer sheets, but if after a week the Panthers don’t match, the team that signs Bell will send Carolina a second round pick...
Via cover32 - Panthers
May 05, 2014  |  1 Comment

How does moving Byron Bell to left tackle affect the Panthers’ draft plans?

Last week, Carolina Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman said last year’s starting right tackle, Byron Bell will move to the left side. He also added that Bell may be the starter at left tackle, a sentiment head coach Ron Rivera echoed. In the story we ran on cover32, we pointed out why it may not be a terrible thing since Bell is naturally left-handed, a better pass protector...
Via cover32 - Panthers
April 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Carolina Panthers miss out on another key free agent target

With Pro Bowl left tackle Jordan Gross retiring and right tackle Byron Bell being among the league’s worst, offensive tackle is an immediate position of need for the Carolina Panthers. One target that has been discussed is New Orleans Saints offensive tackle Zach Strief. However, Strief decided to re-sign with the Saints on Monday afternoon, leaving the Panthers with few options...
Via cover32 - Panthers
March 17, 2014  |  Discuss

DE Keiser, OT Bell show preseason matters

SPARTANBURG, S.C. (AP) -- Go ahead, you try telling Carolina's Byron Bell and Thomas Keiser the NFL preseason doesn't matter. They know better. Bell and Keiser arrived at Panthers training camp last summer as undrafted rookies and heavy underdogs to make the 53-man roster. Both overcame those odds after strong performances in the preseason and are now expected to be key...
Via Fox Sports Carolinas
August 10, 2012  |  Discuss

Panthers' Keiser, Bell proof preseason does matter

Go ahead, you try telling Carolina's Byron Bell and Thomas Keiser the NFL preseason doesn't matter. They know better. Bell and Keiser arrived at Panthers training camp last summer as undrafted rookies and heavy underdogs to make the 53-man roster. Both overcome those odds after strong performances in the preseason. Bell made the opening-day roster and started 12 games...
Via AP on Fox
August 10, 2012  |  Discuss

Rivera expects Bell to be Panthers' starting RT

Carolina Panthers coach Ron Rivera says second-year player Byron Bell will be the team's starting right tackle when training camp begins Saturday in Spartanburg, S.C. That news comes one day after the Panthers traded former first-round draft pick Jeff Otah to the New York Jets for a conditional late-round 2013 pick. Otah had missed 31 of the last 35 games with knee injuries...
Via AP on Fox
July 24, 2012  |  Discuss
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