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With the draft still three weeks away and counting and with news of prospect meetings still coming in daily, Carolina has once again worked out a first round caliber talent that this team so desperately needs.
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With Ted Ginn leaving via free agency the Panthers kick and punt return jobs are now wide open.
The campaign has received more than $10.5 million in contributions – $5 million from Anne Springs Close and her family and donations from Founders Federal Credit Union, Charlotte's Dickson Foundation, Rock Hill businessman Gary Williams and Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson.
After a free agency period where the top left tackles got big bucks, the team intends to find out how right tackle Byron Bell, above, a former undrafted free agent, will respond to being flipped to the left side following the retirement of Jordan Gross.
Could the Panthers take a safety in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft? We've discussed this before on CSR despite offensive line and wide receiver being greater need positions, there is always a chance that Panthers GM Dave Gettleman will skip addressing those positions early, especially if the value isn't there.
The SBNation.com blogger mock draft rolls into the second round, but Dan Kadar took some time to grade out the first round selections.
The new rookie wage scale adopted in 2011 requires that all rookies sign four-year contracts.
Every day, the NFL Draft gets closer and closer, and that means that every day, more and more rumors fly.
Although most have considered it a foregone conclusion that the Panthers will draft a wide receiver with their first-round pick, there is reason to believe that won't be the case.
January 26, 2014; Honolulu, HI, USA; Team Sanders quarterback Cam Newton throws a pass during the 2014 Pro Bowl at Aloha Stadium.
Forbes, with the help of Niche.com, is the latest to release a ranking that gives high marks to Charlotte for what the city has to offer professionals who want to make the Queen City home.
Photos : Construction workers were installing glass panels Friday for four new escalator bays at Bank of America Stadium.
But if there's a run at the position as you have here, this may be a better place to take a possible starter at tackle, which is a pretty big deal considering they need a pair of them.
TOPIC Hudson school students slap hands with Carolina Panther Kenjon Barner as he enters the gym during Thursday's event.
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On Wednesday, the Around The League team picked the biggest winners and losers of the free agency signing period.