The Panthers kept their hot streak going Sunday while cooling off Tampa Bay.
The Panthers sacked rookie quarterback Mike Glennon five times and forced him into two turnovers during a workmanlike, 27-6 victory in an NFC South matchup at Bank of America Stadium.
Carolina (9-3) set a franchise record with its eighth consecutive regular-season victory. The Panthers had been tied with...
Jordan Gross said the next two weeks will go a long way toward determining how people around the country perceive the Carolina Panthers.
The Panthers' starting left tackle and co-captain said Carolina will start to earn some respect if they can beat San Francisco on the road Sunday and follow that up with a victory next Monday night at home against New England.
Via AP on Fox
November 07, 2013
Jordan Gross is pretty funny. Did you see him photobomb Cam Newton this week? On his podcast interview of his new teammate Star Lotulelei, Gross comes up with some pretty creative and funny ways to butcher Lotulelei.
The former Ute, now captain for the Panthers, has done five podcasts in past few weeks. His other podcasts can be accessed here.
Following the team’s organized team activities today, Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton sat down to talk to the media. Unfortunately for the media, Cam Newton was sad today and unfortunately for Cam Newton, offensive Jordan Gross does not care about Newton’s feelings.
As Newton sat there looking sad and depressed, Gross jumped behind him and decided to videobomb his press...
Jordan Gross is a two-time Pro Bowl tackle who has been in the NFL for 10 years. But even a solid veteran like him struggles for attention just for the simple fact that he’s a lineman. An easy way to remedy that: photobomb (Q&Abomb?) the **** out of Cam Newton during a press conference. Cam appears less than amused by the stunt. You would think anything to break away from the...
Veteran offensive tackle Jordan Gross says he's agreed to take a pay cut to remain with the Carolina Panthers.
Gross told The Associated Press Wednesday that ''the Panthers and I came to an agreement that everyone was happy with and allowed me to continue my career in Carolina. ... I wanted to be a Panther and this contract echoes that sentiment.''
Via AP on Fox
March 27, 2013
With Jordan Gross listed as questionable due to an ankle injury, the cynical worst-case thoughts are spinning inside of me. What if our best offensive lineman isn’t good to go on Sunday against a formidable foe? Gross, is a tough guy and will most likely play, but the impact that the team- mainly Cam Newton- will feel if he does not play Sunday will be huge. If Gross doesn’t...
Carolina Panthers Pro Bowl left tackle Jordan Gross is inactive for Sunday's game against the Atlanta Falcons with a right ankle injury.
Gross injured his ankle in last week's win over Tampa Bay.
Travelle Wharton will start at left tackle for Gross. Wharton has some experience at left tackle, having filled in at that position when Gross broke his leg in 2009. Mackenzy Bernadeau...
(By Joe Person, email@example.com) The Panthers will be without their veteran left tackle Sunday against Atlanta.Jordan Gross is inactive with an ankle injury he sustained late in last week's win at Tampa Bay.
The Panthers began this week missing the entire left side of their line.
Guard Travelle Wharton returned Thursday after his lower back loosened up. By Sunday, the Panthers hope to have tackle Jordan Gross back in his usual spot, as well.
Gross is questionable for Sunday's game against Atlanta with a sprained ankle he sustained in the win at Tampa Bay. Gross, whose 132 starts...