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Cam Newton, still recovering from a potentially horrific car accident last week that amazingly only left the Carolina Panthers quarterback with two transverse process fractures in his back, played Santa Claus Tuesday, stopping by several Charlotte-area schools on Tuesday afternoon to spread some holiday cheer. Newton paid visits to the schools as part four-hour tour...Read More
Chances are if you’re here it’s because you watch sports, which have been known to be pretty awesome from time to time.
One thing that’s not-quite-so-awesome about sports though are mascots.
Why do we need them? What’s the deal? I get it for a high school football team that needs to raise morale for the big homecoming game, but why do NFL teams representing millions of fans...
Every week, from now through the Wednesday before the Super Bowl, the editors at cover32 will gather to rank the NFL’s 32 starting quarterbacks. Depending on what’s happened the previous week, some will rise and some will fall, and even some of the names on the list will change. It’s a never-ending evolution, as the status of the league’s top signal callers is always in flux...
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Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton returned to practice Wednesday for the first time since his Dec. 9 automobile accident near Bank of America Stadium.
Newton suffered two small fractures in his lower back in the crash and did not play in the Panthers 19-17 victory over Tampa...
With only two weeks to go in the NFL’s regular season, the playoff picture is starting to take shape. The list of contenders and pretenders is becoming clearer and clearer.
How did each team get to their current point? In part, it was because of the performance, good or bad, of some key players and coaches. Some helped their team, while others hurt the squad.
Who fell into each...
The NFC South division title is up for grabs, and the (5-8-1) Carolina Panthers are hoping to hold on to first place heading into Week 16. The (5-8) New Orleans Saints are nipping at their heels, and a win over the Chicago Bears on Monday Night Football would put them back on top.
The Panthers took to social media to wish the Bears luck against their divisional foe. They used the...
The Bears are hosting the Saints at Soldier Field on Monday evening, and the Carolina Panthers are among the many teams cheering for Chicago. If the Bears win, Carolina remains in first place in the NFC South. If New Orleans wins, they’ll take a half game lead on the Panthers in the division.
So how did the Panthers decide to show their support for the Bears? By breaking a Jungle...
The Panthers will get some pass rushing help back if they are able to make the playoffs. Suspended defensive end Frank Alexander has been reinstated by the league.
In May, the NFL suspended Alexander for the first four games of the season. He was reinstated September 29 but was suspended two days later for 10 more games.
“I feel like I let a lot of people down. I want to try...
The Carolina Panthers announced the signing of DT Kyle Love on Monday. DT Micanor Regis was waived.
The #Panthers have waived DT Micanor Regis and have signed DT Kyle Love.
— Carolina Panthers (@Panthers) December 15, 2014
Love, 28, has bounced around in his previous five seasons, suiting up for New England, Kansas City and Jacksonville during that stretch.
The Carolina Panthers announced that DE Frank Alexander has been reinstated from suspension and they have received a roster exemption.
DE Frank Alexander has been reinstated from suspension. The #Panthers have been granted a roster exemption.
— Carolina Panthers (@Panthers) December 15, 2014
Alexander had just got done serving a four-game suspension for violating league’s...
Carolina Panthers rookie wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin has shown time and time again that he was well worth being taken in the first round of the draft. When it comes time for the voters to decide who the offensive rookie of the year is his name will definitely be in the discussion.After a couple of quiet weeks he made sure folks hadn't forgotten about him with an 8-catch, 104-yard...
What a classless *******. I hope the internet infamy you will achieve for wearing that get up is worth it man. You should be ashamed of yourself.@corkgaines/TwitterRead more »
Backup quarterback Derek Anderson led the Panthers at home against Tampa Bay to keep the team’s playoff hopes alive with a 19-17 win.This was the second win in a row for Carolina, which is the second time that has happened all season (weeks one and two).Anderson, who led the Panthers to the 20-14 win in week one against the Bucs, shook off some early mistakes and made the most...
Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton recently got into a car accident last Tuesday and suffered two transverse fractures in his back. It was a harrowing experience for Newton, who said he feels lucky to be alive.
One particular Panthers fan made light of that incident in a rather classless way. He attended the Bucs-Panthers game dressed as a car crash victim...
If this isn’t the most offensive image from the Panthers-Buccaneers game on Sunday, I don’t know what is. One fan came dressed as Cam Newton in a car wreck. The fan had bandages around his neck and face, his arm in a sling, fake blood on his face, and a steering wheel hanging in front...Read More
Someone in the Charlotte area Sunday decided it was a good idea to attend the football “dressed” like a car crash victim.
The Carolina Panthers played their first game Sunday since quarterback Cam Newton was injured in a car accident earlier in the week. One fan in attendance commemorated that with a rather tasteless costume.
FOX cameras late in the game caught the fan below...
Last week’s 34-17 loss in Detroit to the Lions was not surprising. Penalties, turnovers and other mental mistakes doomed the Bucs to their 11th loss of the season, and into the driver’s seat for the first overall pick in next May’s NFL Draft. This week, the Bucs will be on the road once again, heading to Charlotte to take on their divisional rival, the Carolina Panthers. Once...
Against the Saints this past week, the Panthers had a season high 271 rushing yards, including a season high 155 from Jonathan Stewart.
The offensive line that had failed to produce a 100-yard running back all season suddenly looked like the Hogs of the 1980’s Redskins.
Tampa Bay has struggled defensively all season, currently ranking 20th in rushing yards allowed. Now it does...
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