On changing Panthers, pressure is on young stars and aging veterans alike. Can Curtis Samuel, Graham Gano and others step up and prove their worth?
Can the youngest offensive coordinator in the NFL change the league the way he changed LSU? The coaching staff has all the confidence in the world in Joe Brady – now he’s got to show what he can do on the field.
It’s never easy to move on from the most iconic player in franchise history – but it’s even harder when he doesn’t find a new job for more than three months.
Whether it’s quarantining a quarterback, not having Matt Rhule at practice or creating a gameday experience out of just those on the sidelines, the Panthers are ready to face whatever training camp – and the 2020 season – looks like.
The Panthers will have a lot of room on their roster for young players to get playing time – can players like Ian Thomas, Juston Burris and others take advantage?
After having joined teams late in training camp in the past, the prospect of a limited offseason doesn’t phase Tre Boston – and neither does being a team leader for the Panthers.