Will we be watching future Panthers playing in Mobile, Alabama? Will Da’Shawn Hand or Kyzir White be the next Kawann Short or James Bradberry?
Would an undrafted free agent/late-round QB like John Wolford be a good fit for the Carolina Panthers? Would they be interested in taking on a project like the Wake Forest QB?
The UVA quarterback certainly has the arm strength to be an NFL athlete. Does he have the rest? Would he be a good fit as a developmental prospect for the Panthers?
To be the best, you’ve got to see the best. Examining how Josh Rosen is the best QB available can help us to see what other QBs may have to offer and how we can identify those qualities on film.
Hear the Panthers tight ends thoughts on multiple subjects, and no, he’s not wearing a knit cap.
Panthers outside linebacker Thomas Davis will make his third career Pro Bowl appearance next Sunday as the NFL announced today he will represent the Panthers for the third consecutive year.
Who might be on the Panthers draft board at the quarterback position? If they decide to pull the trigger on a backup, is Kurt Benkert or John Wolford a candidate? Vincent Richardson examines the entire 2018 QB draft class.
Our “Evaluating The Cupboard” series will take a look at the Panthers current roster situation at each position and whether they’ll be looking to improve through either the draft or free agency. Will Jonathan Stewart be back next season? Can CAP make a move up the depth chart?
Our “Evaluating The Cupboard” series will take a look at the Panthers current roster situation at each position and whether they’ll be looking to improve through either the draft or free agency. First up: Quarterbacks.
If you’re curious as to who the Panthers new offensive coordinator will be, odds are good that his name is on this list.
The Panthers have relieved Shula of his duties, along with quarterbacks coach Ken Dorsey. Shula had been with the team since 2011.
The last official day of the Panthers season was Monday, and it is certainly different than any other day on the schedule.
The Panthers season ended with a 31-26 loss to the New Orleans Saints, their third of the season; a valiant comeback effort led by Cam Newton fell just short as the Panthers head into a tumultuous 2018 offseason filled with uncertainty.
Can the Panthers Beat the Saints? They can. Will they? That’s anybody’s guess.
The Panthers coach spoke about which quarterback he compares Cam Newton to, whether it’s unfair that Cam has so much pressure placed on him, why his team likes being the underdog, and why he’s excited to see Matt Kalil come back next season.
How much attention the two star pass-catchers for the Panthers draw from the Saints will make a huge impact on Sunday. Does Marshon Lattimore’s return negate Olsen’s? Will he shut down Funchess?
The Panthers have run against eight-man boxes for much of the season and still managed to finish with a top-five rushing offense. Why aren’t the Panthers scared of stacked boxes?
Alvin Kamara is a headache for defenses when he runs the ball. Or catches the ball. Throw kickoff returns in and he’s an absolute terror.
Will Trai Turner clear the concussion protocol in time for the Wild Card playoff game in New Orleans? Is anyone else in danger of missing the Saints game?
Fun With Numbers: Playoff Edition. Facts, Figures and Streaks About Wild Card Weekend In New Orleans
Only the funnest of facts and the numberiest of numbers inside. Be ready for the Panthers playoff matchup with an analytical look at the Saints. Then have some fun. With facts.
The Panthers rank last in passes to the short middle this season, an area they have consistently struggled with. This piece examines why the short middle is so important, and how they Panthers can scheme receivers open over the middle.