No current player better personifies Carolina’s “Keep Pounding” motto than linebacker Thomas Davis (58), who says he still gets butterflies before the opening day of every NFL season. Davis opens every NFL season with open arms, he says, and will be a key to Carolina’s game plan as the Panthers open the season against Jacksonville Sunday.
No current player better personifies Carolina’s “Keep Pounding” motto than linebacker Thomas Davis (58), who says he still gets butterflies before the opening day of every NFL season. Davis opens every NFL season with open arms, he says, and will be a key to Carolina’s game plan as the Panthers open the season against Jacksonville Sunday. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com
No current player better personifies Carolina’s “Keep Pounding” motto than linebacker Thomas Davis (58), who says he still gets butterflies before the opening day of every NFL season. Davis opens every NFL season with open arms, he says, and will be a key to Carolina’s game plan as the Panthers open the season against Jacksonville Sunday. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com

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September 12, 2015 07:00 AM

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