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Carolina Panthers officials say the team has its own program on gun safety. Mark Carrier, the team?s player engagement director, and Gene Brown, the Panthers? director of security and a…Click to Continue »Share Tweet
Panthers’ rally cry vs. Falcons: Remember the painThe Panthers harassed Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan in the first meeting, sacking him seven times in Atlanta’s 30-28 win. The total tied a Panthers’ record and was the most allowed…Click to Continue »Share Tweet
10 Questions: Carolina Panthers running back/kick returner Armond SmithThe Observer asks 10 questions of Panthers running back/kick returner Armond Smith:Click to Continue »Share Tweet
The list: Best NFL coaching startsSince taking over in Atlanta following the Bobby Petrino fiasco, Mike Smith has posted five consecutive winning seasons and four playoff berths. Smith ranks among the top five coaches all-time…Click to Continue »Share Tweet
Dog gone, now I’m at riskLast week I fired my dog because he missed two straight Locks. If I miss my Lock of the Week I will fire myself. I?m not sure who I?ll get…Click to Continue »Share Tweet
Defense is in Luke Kuechly’s DNALuke Kuechly was a sophomore at Cincinnati’s St. Xavier High School when he first met Duke football coach David Cutcliffe.Click to Continue »Share Tweet
NFC South programming notesESPN.com Dec 8, 2012TAMPA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT -- I’m about to make the trek to Charlotte, where I’ll be covering Sunday’s game between the Atlanta Falcons and Carolina Panthers. Join us Sunday morning for the lists of inactives from the Falcons-Panthers game and theShare Tweet