We’re five weeks into the NFL season. Let’s check in and see how the Carolina Panthers and the rest of the NFC South are doing so far.
Carolina Panthers: (3-2, 1-0 division)
The Panthers slipped past Tampa Bay with Derek Anderson in week one and then throttled Detroit in week two, but since then have been dominated by Pittsburgh and Baltimore. They fell behind against Chicago...
This time around, the performances actually mattered. It wasn’t about auditioning for a job. It wasn’t about fine-tuning and preparation. It was about posting results that would count, written in the record books and into the standings in pen.
Some players and teams got off to a great start. Others, sputtered out of the gate. That has plenty of folks feeling optimistic just one...
Not too often do you read articles about pre-game production meetings between quarterbacks and the network televising their football games. There are two reasons for this.
1. Who really cares?
2. Network employees normally don’t discuss the meeting publicly.
Fox Sports’ Ronde Barber, a future Hall of Famer, decided that it made sense to speak publicly about Carolina Panthers...
Maybe Derek Anderson should have stayed home with the family and gotten some sleep.
And maybe the Panthers would have been better off if he had.
The Panthers quarterback stayed in Charlotte last night to witness the birth of his daughter, flew to Pittsburgh this morning because they only had one other healthy quarterback, and was promptly injured.
Anderson just went to the locker...
Free agent QB Derek Anderson announced via his Twitter account that he has re-signed with the Panthers.
Happy to be coming back to Charlotte next season! #keeppounding#wantthatring
— Derek Anderson (@DAnderson314) March 13, 2014
Anderson, 30, has spent the past three years with the Panthers after a horrible year in Arizona.
Panthers quarterback Derek Anderson live-tweeted a police stand off that went down in Charlotte. Got a stand off in uptown this am! Police chase then an accident.. Got the negotiator on the mega phone now! — Derek Anderson (@DAnderson314) December 27, 2013 No response for the last 30 mins from the suspect. Assuming by the giant hole in the building the suspect isn't doing...
What most of Cleveland had hoped was a cruel speculation-based rumor appears to be true: Derek Anderson says that he will be returning to Cleveland to rejoin the man who got him to the Pro Bowl in 2007, Rob Chudzinski.
Per Jeff Schudel of the News-Herald, Anderson was a back-up to Carolina’s Cam Newton and will be facing an expiring contract this coming offseason — he fired off...
Things move so fast these days that you often forget those that don’t win or lose in epic fashion.
We remember JaMarcus Russell’s fall from the mountain top because with the exception of Ryan Leaf, never has there been a projected franchise quarterback that has crashed so hard and with so much drama.
Former Notre Dame QB Jimmy Clausen has and continues to fall out-of-sight...
Sources say that Unrestricted Free Agent Derek Anderson has agreed to a one year contract to remain with the Carolina Panthers in 2012.
It’s no secret that 2011 Rookie of the Year Cam Newton is going to be starting under center in 2012. He was supported all of last season by Anderson who was signed to a one year contract back in July of 2011. The 7 Year Veteran only took a few...
Panthers quarterback Derek Anderson says he's agreed to a one-year contract to remain with Carolina.
He would not disclose the financial terms of the deal.
Anderson says he likes the progress the Panthers showed in 2011 under first-year coach Ron Rivera and that he's ''just excited to get back and build on the success that we had last season.''
Via AP on Fox
March 14, 2012