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Not-so-sweet 16 on Carolina Panthers IR with addition of Haruki…

Not-so-sweet 16 on Carolina Panthers IR with addition of Haruki Nakamura

The Carolina Panthers are creeping up on the kind of record they don?t want to set.Click to Continue »
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  • For Carolina Panthers, victories hang in the balance of runs, p…

    For Carolina Panthers, victories hang in the balance of runs, passes

    charlotteobserver.com Dec 11, 2012
    In Sunday?s 30-20 win against the Atlanta Falcons, the Panthers were able to balance pass and run for their biggest win of the season.Click to Continue »
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  • Carolina Panthers LB Luke Kuechly, BofA raise awareness of chil…

    Carolina Panthers LB Luke Kuechly, BofA raise awareness of child hunger

    charlotteobserver.com Dec 11, 2012
    Carolina Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechly joined Bank of America staff in raising awareness of child hunger Tuesday by packing 2,500 backpacks with food for local needy kids as part of…Click to Continue »
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Sports Columnists

  • Alabama's Nick Saban to Cleveland Browns doesn't add up

    Dec 11
    Having experienced the unique pressures of the NFL, why would Nick Saban vacate his Alabama throne for Cleveland?
  • Kerry J. Byrne: Inside the Numbers: Week 14

    Dec 11
    Seattle is a great place to play if you want to grab a double latte or a Pyramid IPA. It's not a great place to play if you want to grab coast-to-coast NFL headlines.
  • Peter King: Tagliabue ruling points finger at Saints organization, coaches

    Dec 11
    In vacating the 31 games' worth of player suspensions and fines handed to four players over the Saints' bounty sanctions, former NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue today, in effect, slammed the Saints' coaching staff and organization for the existence of a…
  • Do not blame Roger Goodell for New Orleans Saints bounty scandal

    Dec 11
    Everything that's gone wrong for Saints is fault of man in charge during scandal, Sean Payton, writes Jeffri Chadiha.