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The Carolina Panthers’ first-team offense presented the classic “half-full, half-empty” quandary to its fans Sunday night in a 28-16 exhibition win against Kansas City at Bank of America Stadium.

Carolina Panthers wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin hasn’t looked much like a rookie in the preseason, but his first rookie mistake came Sunday night against Kansas City at Bank of America Stadium.

Panthers 28, Chiefs 16: I like the idea of NFL exhibitions more than I like NFL exhibitions. Sunday’s Panthers-Chiefs game was an exception. Weather was perfect, big plays abounded and the game was entertaining.

Cam Newton led the Carolina Panthers to a 28-16 win over the Kansas City Chiefs in their second NFL preseason game of 2014 at Bank of America Stadium. Relive the game with Observer reporters' social media updates.

Meet three former Panthers as they and the Observer’s Panthers team discuss the upcoming Carolina season.

Peyton Manning threw a 17-yard touchdown pass to Julius Thomas and dominated in his two series, and the Denver Broncos beat the San Francisco 49ers 34-0 on Sunday to spoil the NFL debut at sparkling $1.2 billion Levi's Stadium.

Whole lot in common between Robert Griffin III and Johnny Manziel. Both from Texas. Both have Heismans. They've got catchy nicknames. They know how to create a commotion or two, and sometimes it comes back to bite. And they both sure can run.

Carolina Panthers 28, Kansas City Chiefs 16: In his first action since offseason ankle surgery, Panthers quarterback Cam Newton starts slowly but finds his rhythm in limited action.

After months of Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton in a red jersey throwing to rookie receiver Kelvin Benjamin in practice, the two will finally be able to connect in a game.

As always in the NFL exhibition season, there are questions. Here are four the Carolina Panthers need to start answering Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs.

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