The Carolina Panthers have added insurance at wideout by signing Hakeem Butler to their practice squad. According to Myles Simmons of Panthers.com, Butler replaces defensive end Myles Adams on the practice squad...
The Carolina Panthers have hosted a few interesting free agents this week, including former Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Hakeem Butler. The team just announced that Butler has been added to their practice squad.
Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images Come get the low down on just how much Tampa Bay regrets becoming Tompa Bay (hint: there is room to grow on this one) The Tampa Bay Buccaneers once again made an offseason of splashy free agent signings.
Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports The Panthers may have lost in week 1, but there were plenty of performances that inspire optimism moving forward. Welcome to Step UP or Step OUT, a series on CSR that is intended to look at players who are playing well and highlight a few that need to step their game up.
Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images It’s (mostly) all doom and gloom at CSR headquarters heading into our Week 2 game picks. The CSR staff are back again with their picks for Week 2 of the 2020 NFL Season, and most of us aren’t confident the Panthers will be able to pick up a road win against the Buccaneers this Sunday.
Robby Anderson may need to realize that he plays for the Panthers — not the Bears. Carolina signed Anderson to a two-year, $20 million contract earlier in the year, reuniting him with his college coach, Matt Rhule.
Not only will Clay Johnston be on the same team as his father, he will also be joining other familiar faces. Matt Rhule coached Clay Johnston at Baylor and be brought several of his assistants with him to Carolina.