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Miami mayor wants Super Bowl promise before public money
profootballtalk.com Updated Feb 12, 2013
The Panthers got their public money for stadium upgrades by promising to stay for at least 15 years. The city of Miami wants something the Dolphins can’t deliver on their own. According to the Miami Herald, Mayor Carlos Gimenez is suggesting that he wanShare Tweet
Carolina Panthers officials to meet with Meck delegationCarolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson and team President Danny Morrison are scheduled to return to Raleigh Wednesday morning to meet with Mecklenburg County’s legislative delegation.Click to Continue »Share Tweet
Carolina Panthers consider building indoor training facilityThe Panthers? renovation plans could spill out of Bank of America Stadium and include a new indoor practice facility.Click to Continue »Share Tweet
Rating the 2013 NFL Free AgentsThe 2013 NFL Free Agency period is scheduled to begin Tuesday, March 12th. Below is a listing of the top free agents, by position.Click to Continue »Share TweetCarolina Panthers president Danny Morrison said the team plans to begin renovations on its 16-year-old stadium immediately after the 2013 NFL season and estimates the project could take two years to complete.Share TweetWith the Carolina Panthers facing major salary-cap issues, it’s becoming quite obvious there’s almost no way they can keep both DeAngelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart. One of them almost certainly has to go because (along with fullback Mike Tolbert) tShare TweetThe former financial adviser for ex-NFL quarterback Vince Young says he arranged a seven-figure loan for Young during the 2011 lockout because the player wanted to throw himself a $300,000…Click to Continue »Share Tweet
NASCAR magnate says he’d buy Panthers “if the price is right”profootballtalk.com Feb 12, 2013Panthers owner Jerry Richardson has struck a deal to keep his team in Charlotte for 15 years in exchange for public money, and has already prepared to have the team sold within two years of his death. But if he wanted to divest now, he apparently has an…Share TweetAs I’ve been running through playing-time numbers for the 2012 season, I’ve been highlighting the guys who played huge amounts. But, in this post about Carolina’s defense, we’re going to go in the opposite direction. Injuries were a big story forShare Tweet