Normally, I often blog here regularly about the latest news on the Charlotte Checkers, the Carolina Hurricanes and the NHL in general, but I’m here to talk about a change for our Carolina Panthers that took place tonight during the Pro Bowl. In case you didn’t hear the news by now, the Carolina Panthers have…
As we reported on PantherInsider, the Jaguars plan on interviewing Panthers offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski. We all know it’s just a matter of time before Chud is a head coach, however we all hoped it’d be after a couple of seasons. But check this out — After John Fox’s first season in Carolina, it was…
The Carolina Panthers systematically dismantled the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Saturday, dominating on both sides of the ball en route to a 48-16 win over their NFC South rival. View our complete game recap at PantherInsider.com
Rob Chudzinski’s name has been mentioned in some circles as a possible NFL head coaching candidate for next season.
After absorbing the loss of rookie defensive tackles Sione Fua and Terrell McClain well Sunday, the Panthers found out Tuesday they’ll have to work without the pair of third-round picks for the rest of the season.
Maybe Cam Newton is Superman after all as his post-touchdown celebration might indicate.
It’s hard to imagine that at one point folks were wondering if Newton could play at the professional level.
Cam Newton insists his success isn’t coming easily. All he’s doing is whatever he can to help the Carolina Panthers win.
On Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, that was just about everything.
QB Cam Newton was efficient as a passer and dangerous running the ball at Indianapolis and should be able to do more of the same at Tampa Bay, which ranks 30th in the NFL against the run and 28th against the pass.
Currently the Carolina received is 56 yards shy of 10,000 When Carolina plays at Tampa Bay Sunday Smith will be looking to join that list of receiving legends by becoming only the 35th player in NFL history to reach 10,000 career yards receiving. He st…
According to reports, Carolina Panthers rookie QB Cam Newton currently ranks third in NFC Quarterback Pro Bowl voting.