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'Keep pounding' has become a way of life for Panthers

SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) ''Keep pounding.'' The words have become synonymous with the NFC champion Carolina Panthers. They're on the walls of the stadium's weight room, on the tunnel leading to the field and even stitched into the collar of every Panthers jersey. ''It's a way of life around here,'' said Panthers assistant defensive line coach Sam Mills III. Mills' father Sam, a Panthers...
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Panthers WR coach on doubters: ‘Pisses me off’

The common criticism of the Carolina Panthers is a star-less receiving corps, and position coach Ricky Proehl is sick of hearing it. Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic notes the 17-year NFL veteran said losing No. 1 wideout Kelvin Benjamin undoubtedly hurt, but being called the offense’s weak link has motivated the Carolina receivers. Proehl said: “It pisses me off, I ain’t...
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Ricky Proehl is pissed off the Panthers' receivers get disrespected

Carolina Panthers wide receivers coach and former NFL wide receiver Ricky Proehl can't stand it when he hears the Panthers' wide receiver corps pointed out as one of the team's biggest weaknesses.Proehl has been around the NFL as both a player and coach for 22 seasons, and he believes that although the Panthers' current stable of receivers may lack a true No. 1 guy, they make up...
Via Fox Sports
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Losing in the Super Bowl haunts some players

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) The pain of losing a Super Bowl never really disappears. It drives players who have experienced it to get back and get it right. Ricky Proehl has been to four Super Bowls as a player, going 2-2. He won and lost with the Rams, lost with the Panthers, and got the second ring in his final NFL season, 2006 with Indianapolis. He's at the big game again as Carolina...
Via Associated Press
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Panthers WR coach Ricky Proehl excited about the offensive weapons

To say that Ricky Proehl had a tough first two seasons as the wide receivers coach of the Carolina Panthers would be a bit of an understatement. Not only did his group of receivers in 2014 feature absolutely zero players who had ever caught a pass from Cam Newton, but the group was led by a rookie in Kelvin Benjamin and two veterans in Jason Avant and Jerricho Cotchery. What a difference...
Via Fox Sports
June 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Vote for Mike Jones’ “Tackle” in ESPN’s Most Memorable Play bracket

If you weren’t aware, ESPN is running a Most Memorable Play bracket this summer. Fans of each franchise first voted for which play in their franchise’s history would earn the right to be selected to the bracket. Rams fans overwhelmingly chose Mike Jones’ Super Bowl-preserving “Tackle” over other contenders, including Warner to Bruce in that same Super Bowl XXXIV and Ricky...
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July 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Carolina Panthers Fans Could Be in For a Treat During Training Camp

Training camp for fans serves two purposes: (1) give fans a behind the scenes look at their favorite team in action after months of no football and (2) a chance to interact with their gridiron heroes and get a few autographs if they're lucky.This year for fans of the Carolina Panthers it is going to be a little different this year, and not just different-good but different-awesome...
Via FatManWriting
May 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Where are they now? Playoff hero Ricky Proehl

Every once in a while this offseason, we’re going to examine where some old Rams are these days. Today, we’re going to look at what Ricky Proehl – he of the famous touchdown catch in the 1999 NFC Championship – is up to these days. And for that, I’ll direct you to cover32 Panthers, who wrote a great piece on what Proehl is up to these days in the North Carolina area (he...
Via cover32 - Rams
February 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Where Are They Now? Super Bowl Hero Ricky Proehl

Snapshots always accompany moments that we now regard as legend. During the 1999 NFC Championship Game, the imagery provides a perfect prelude for the events to come. Kurt Warner under center, viewers unable to peer inside his facemask as he barks out instructions to his offensive unit. The anonymous Rams fan with the blue helmet with yellow stripes on top; face covering her mouth...
Via cover32 - Panthers
February 21, 2014  |  Discuss

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