RON RIVERA RUMORS & GOSSIP
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- The schemes were basic and the competition merely a shell of whats to come, but the Panthers were pleased with what they saw out of their five drafted rookies this weekend in their rookie mini-camp.
Our draft picks really came in and showed well. Very pleased with some of the quickness that we saw from the defensive tackles, head coach Ron Rivera said. Thought...
Ron Rivera didn't anticipate the Carolina Panthers would use their first two draft picks on defensive tackles.
Then again, he didn't expect Purdue's Kawann Short would be there in the middle of the second round.
Rivera says the Panthers had a first-round grade on Short, so when he fell to the 44th spot overall they wasted no time turning in their pick - even after taking...
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The Carolina Panthers will be facing the NFL’s toughest schedule in 2013. They will appear in two nationally televised games during the regular season.
The Panthers host Seattle to start the season at home for the first time since 2009 when they opened in Bank of America Stadium against the Philadelphia Eagles. It will be only the second time Carolina has opened at home in the...
Ron Rivera will return to coach the Carolina Panthers in 2013. Rivera’s chances for survival appeared to be slim-to-none one month ago.
The former defensive coordinator for the San Diego Chargers led his team on an impressive winning streak after they were eliminated from playoff contention.
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Hiring a general manager and making a decision on whether to keep head coach Ron Rivera are the two most pressing issues facing the Carolina Panthers, as the franchise shifts into offseason mode.
But it cant go too far until the vacant GM position is filled and a decision gets made with Rivera. Once owner Jerry Richardson settles on who will run his team on and off the field, the...
Even though the Carolina Panthers finished strong this season, they’re expected to fire head coach Ron Rivera, according to Michael Lomnbardi of the NFL Network.
Also from @michaelombardi: Ron Rivera expected to be fired today. #blackmonday
— NFL Network (@nflnetwork) December 31, 2012
I don’t think this is a great move, but with the Panthers now having to bring in a new general...
Carolina Panthers coach Ron Rivera is justifiably under scrutiny after failing.
He failed to make the playoffs.
He failed to manage a few key losses correctly.
He failed to help his superstar quarterback keep his emotions in check.
He failed to do what elite NFL coaches do.
Where does that leave him?
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According to Jason Cole of Yahoo Sports, it sounds like Carolina Panthers head coach Ron Rivera will not be fired.
To answer another question from a Panthers reader, I’ve heard that Ron Rivera is safe.
— Jason Cole (@JasonColeYahoo) December 30, 2012
The Panthers have finished this season strong and I believe Rivera deserves to come back for a third season. If he can’t get...
Whether he cost you a fantasy football championship or has run your favorite team into the ground, everyone has an opinion on which coach should be sent his marching papers after this year. Late season rallies by the Carolina Panthers and Dallas Cowboys may save Ron Rivera and Jason Garrett their jobs (though seriously, who ices their own kicker?), but in a league that is only interested...
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With four games remaining in the Carolina Panthers season, perhaps the biggest question facing the organization is whether coach Ron Rivera will return for a third season in 2013.
On Wednesday in a conference call with Atlanta media, Rivera was candid about the chances that he will not be back and admitted he does not know what will happen. After a 6-10 season last year, the Panthers...