View of Bank of America Stadium from the 35th floor of the Mint Tower. The NFL said Tuesday it will still host its spring meeting in Charlotte despite a controversial new LGBT law. The city and the Carolina Panthers, the league says, has made its position on nondiscrimination clear.
View of Bank of America Stadium from the 35th floor of the Mint Tower. The NFL said Tuesday it will still host its spring meeting in Charlotte despite a controversial new LGBT law. The city and the Carolina Panthers, the league says, has made its position on nondiscrimination clear. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
View of Bank of America Stadium from the 35th floor of the Mint Tower. The NFL said Tuesday it will still host its spring meeting in Charlotte despite a controversial new LGBT law. The city and the Carolina Panthers, the league says, has made its position on nondiscrimination clear. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com

NFL: Spring meeting will remain in Charlotte despite LGBT law

April 05, 2016 04:11 PM

More Videos

  • Ron Rivera talks about how new coaches might help quarterback Cam Newton

    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 Observer on Thursday evening.)