Carolina Panther Julius Peppers explains why he stayed off field during national anthem
"I want to get one thing clear, and I want to let you guys know that this wasn't about disrespecting the military, disrespecting the flag, police, first responders, none of that," Panthers defensive end Julius Peppers said of his decision to stay
Charlotte Observer columnist Scott Fowler recounts some of the historical highlights of the home stadium of the Carolina Panthers, including a Billy Graham crusade and the team's first home playoff game in 1996, in light of the team's impending sale.
2018 NFL Draft: Where did Jaylen Samuels play at N.C. State? Same place the Wolfpack star played at Mallard Creek High, and where he hopes to play in the NFL: "Playmaker," meaning wherever he can get his hands on the football.
Former Carolina Panthers receiver Rae Carruth said in his phone interview that he has changed from the young NFL player he was when he was originally convicted. “Back then, I was very immature,” he said. “Very self-centered.” He said he has found
The team of legal and financial experts handling the sale of the Panthers will begin to meet with prospective ownership groups over the coming weeks. In charge of the legal side of the deal are Joe Leccese, New York-based chairman of Proskauer Ros
While Luke Kuechly is in Minneapolis for Super Bowl festivities, he also spent time giving back to the local Minneapolis community by teaming up with Campbell’s Chunky Soup to serve lunch at a soup kitchen to those struggling with homelessness.
Ron Rivera, head coach of the Carolina Panthers, talks earlier this week about how new coaches could help Cam Newton's game. (The Carolina Panthers will hire Norv Turner as offensive coordinator and Scott Turner as quarterbacks, a source told the