Former North Carolina Tar Heels tight end Eric Ebron is visiting the Carolina Panthers Friday, the same day former TE Ed Dickson signed with the Seattle Seahawks. The ex-UNC star is an NFL free agent after being cut by the Detroit Lions.
After cornerback Bashaud Breeland failed his physical and the Carolina Panthers pulled their contract offer, Carolina is back in the market for a starter at cornerback. Where will they turn now for help in the secondary?
Three names have surfaced as likely bidders for ownership of the NFL’s Carolina Panthers – Charleston businessman Ben Navarro, Miami hedge fund manager David Tepper and Philadelphia e-commerce entrepreneur Michael Rubin. Profiles of the candidates to buy the team.
The Buffalo News on Friday published what it said was O.J. Simpson’s first substantial interview in a decade, and the Pro Football Hall of Famer didn’t hold back, talking for three hours about being in jail, living in a bubble and Colin Kaepernick.
The Carolina Panthers have reached a contract agreement with defensive tackle Dontari Poe, a source told the Observer Thursday. The two-time Pro Bowler played for the Atlanta Falcons and Kansas City Chiefs after being drafted from Memphis.
NFL analysis: Trading Daryl Worley to the Philadelphia Eagles for wide receiver Torrey Smith was a good deal for the Carolina Panthers. Guard Andrew Norwell and defensive tackle Star Lotulelei will be missed.
Carolina Panther Cam Newton is going to be a father for the third time with his long-time girlfriend Kia Proctor. Their other children are Chosen Newton, a son born in 2015, and Sovereign-Dior Cambella Newton, a daughter born this February.
The Carolina Panthers trade for Torrey Smith became official at the start of the NFL year onWednesday, March 14, 2018. The former Philadelphia Eagles and Baltimore Ravens receiver has deep ties to Cam Newton and Steve Smith Sr.
At age 38, Julius Peppers could resonably be expected to slow down for the Carolina Panthers. But after Peppers signed a one-year deal on Wednesday, we took a stab at what his 2018 stats could look like
Former Carolina Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart will sign with the New York Giants on Wednesday when the 2018 NFL league year begins, reuniting him with former Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman, who now holds the same job with New York.