Bad organizations can be hazardous to your health. Just ask 49ers left tackle Trent Williams, who forced his way out of Washington after they misdiagnosed a growth on his head for six years, which turned out to be a rare form of skin cancer.
Yesterday, North Carolina governor Roy Cooper cleared the way for large outdoor stadiums to reopen their doors beginning October 2. That means the Carolina Panthers can begin hosting fans starting Week 4 against Kyler Murray and the Arizona Cardinals.
It’s been a putrid start to the season for the Panthers defensive line, which lost a ton of firepower this offseason. Through two games, the team has zero sacks, one quarterback hit and has been unable to defend the run again.
Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images A slew of untimely turnovers undid what was actually a pretty strong statistical performance from the Panthers. The Carolina Panthers got beat handily on the scoreboard, but they actually kept pace with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers pretty well from a statistical perspective.
Photo by Cliff Welch/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Thank goodness for the Jets! After some missed opportunities (*twitch*) Week 1, the Panthers had a less than stellar outing against division rival Tampa Bay this past weekend.
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.