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Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen was the team’s top receiver in catches and yardage a year ago, and he’s back atop both categories after two games in 2014. But what he has done off the field is equally impressive.

The Carolina Panthers have built one of the NFL’s best defenses with a scheme predicated on getting pressure on the quarterback with the front four, and without relying on a lot of blitzes. Can they do that without Greg Hardy?

As the NFL struggles to deal with charges against its players, violence against women is getting renewed attention in Charlotte and elsewhere

I’ve always liked Pittsburgh. I brought my older son to a Carolina Panthers’ game there and he sat with Steelers fans he didn't know and as long as he didn’t cheer too loudly for the visitors, they took care of him.

Carolina Panthers running back DeAngelo Williams opens up about his mom, who lost her battle with breast cancer in May.

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Scott Says...

    Love to know who made the call to deactivate Greg Hardy today. Love to know when he made it. ...

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