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.
“He Is Going To Be A Guy That Our Team Goes To Battle For”: How Teddy Bridgewater Is Becoming A Leader In Carolina
During the virtual offseason thus far, Teddy Bridgewater has run meetings, been a natural leader and more — why Matt Rhule isn’t believing the doubters and can’t wait to see him get on the field.
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?
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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.
Vincent and Dan go pick-by-pick to talk through who they liked and didn’t like in the 2020 NFL Draft, plus which UDFAs they think can make the roster in 2020 and what kind of fun wrinkles Phil Snow might have planned in the secondary – will he run the weird three safety set he ran at Baylor?
A Little Rusty
Kevin Donnalley and Al Wallace talk the Trai Turner trade, what Russell Okung can do to help this new coaching staff, whether or not the Panthers are actually rebuilding – they are – and take a look at where they need the most help on their roster.
Former Panthers DE Al Wallace joins the show to talk the 2020 draft, why he thinks Derrick Brown will make a huge impact and how the Panthers remade their defense in one fell swoop. Meanwhile, Josh doesn’t agree with the process, the crew wonders whether Cam will sign anywhere soon and Colin talks RB valuation — plus Cam to Kawann and much, much more!
Cam Newton is a New England Patriot. What?
The guys break down the former Panthers MVP QB joining Belichick and the Pats and how the narrative on Cam has literally changed overnight. Denn gives his Boston perspective on the move, they talk the state of the 2020 Panthers with emphasis on the secondary and more!
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.
The Panthers are set to remove the Jerry Richardson statue for safety concerns – should it return?
Safety Juston Burris has lived in Charlotte for the entirety of his NFL career – and now, for the first time, he’ll get to work where he lives – and the Panthers are hoping he can be a big part of the future.
Leaders, Not Followers: David Tepper and Panthers Ahead Of The Curve By Cutting Ties With CPI Security
The Panthers cut ties with CPI Security, but the team being ahead of the curve in terms of acting for social change is not something that Panthers fans have seen before – but they’d better get used to it.
A global pandemic, huge turnover in the roster and now nationwide protests – Matt Rhule’s transition to the NFL has been anything but ideal.
Player Profiles, Features & Interviews
With Cam Newton, Greg Olsen and others no longer on the team, the team will need new leaders – like Christian McCaffrey and Shaq Thompson – to take up larger roles in the community.
Matt Rhule spoke for almost 20 minutes on the issues affecting America, how his players are handling it and what he plans and hopes to do moving forward.
Can Sam Tecklenburg turn his love of football and his relationship with Matt Rhule into a spot on the Panthers roster?
News & Notes
The Panthers have filled the final hole in their starting lineup with 24-year old Eli Apple. But does his signing signify a bigger shift in thinking for Carolina?
The Panthers only have one team captain returning from 2019 – who are the players most likely to replace those who have left this offseason and wear the ‘C’?
A game-by-game look at the Panthers 2020 opponents and where they might find some trouble during the season.
2020 Position Previews
With Greg Olsen’s future now decided, what does the future hold for the Panthers at tight end? We kick off our position previews with a look at the old, new and who might just get squeezed out.
We all have dreams of Le’veon Bell, Trey Flowers and Trent Brown wearing black and blue – but who are some realistic options for the Panthers next week when free agency opens?
The Panthers will likely be looking at DE in the draft – here are some options if they decide to go that way in 2019.
What does Kenny Robinson need to work on before he’ll be ready to hit the field – and what skillset gave coach’s the confidence that he could be an impact player for the Panthers? We break down the film to find out.
A look at the film on the Panthers’ second-round pick Yetur Gross-Matos and what he offers the Panthers in the short-term – as well as where he can improve to help them in the future.
Jump in the film room and see exactly what Matt Rhule and Marty Hurney liked so much about their newest player in the secondary and what makes Jeremy Chinn such a special prospect.
Want to know what it’s like to be a Panthers fan in Nashville? We talk to the leader of the Music City Riot to find out!
Some of our favorite pictures from the Roaring Riot’s time in San Francisco as they hosted Panthers fans at the Bay Area Takeover!
The Roaring Riot Foundation’s first experience was providing Chancellor Lee and Saundra Adams with an all-expenses paid trip to London to see the Panthers take on the Bucs.
Practice & Game Recaps
The Panthers use a ferocious pass rush to win their fourth game in a row as they beat the Bucs 37-26 to move to 4-2 on the season.
Here were the plays that got the Panthers to 3-2 as they defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars 34-27 at Bank of America Stadium.
The Panthers escape Houston with a 16-10 win and improve their record to 2-2 – here’s how it happened.
While the way Cam Newton’s Panthers career ended didn’t feel right, there may not have been any other way that was in his best interests.
Sometimes the gratification that comes with winning is better because you’ve lived through the losing.
Cam Newton says he ‘absolutely’ expects to be back in Carolina – but that’s not up to him.
Some of our favorite photos from the Panthers 40-20 loss at the Atlanta Falcons.
Some of our favorite photos from the weekend in Atlanta that included tailgating at Cam’s Fellaship Cigar Bar!
Some of our favorite pictures from the Roaring Riot Tailgate With A Purpose ahead of the Panthers Week 13 tilt with Washington – thanks to our friends at Academy Sports + Outdoors for equipping our tailgate!