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Who will the Carolina Panthers take in the first round of May’s NFL draft? Some common questions as the Panthers head toward the 2014 NFL draft.

Photos: Construction workers were installing glass panels Friday for four new escalator bays at Bank of America Stadium. The Carolina Panthers have said the escalators were the team's top priority for the stadium renovation project.

The Charlotte City Council did not break the law when it voted privately to offer the Carolina Panthers millions in incentives to stay in town, a judge ruled Thursday.

2014 NFL draft: Most of Georgia Bulldogs quarterback Aaron Murray’s 52 starts were in SEC games - against the country’s toughest college football conference. Murray is quick to point to his SEC success when explaining why NFL teams should take a chance on him despite tearing the ACL in his left knee less than five months ago.

Fox Sports takes a look at the 2014 NFL draft needs of the Carolina Panthers in this video from Peter Schrager, the Senior NFL Writer for Do you agree with his opinions?

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A sortable database of 2014 NFL draft prospects compiled by the Observer includes more than 350 players who could be taken in the May draft.

Read more about the top picks in this year's draft, including South Carolina DE Jadeveon Clowney.

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Part IV: Return of the 'Cardiac Cats:' The Observer completes its look back at the Panthers' 2013 regular season.

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