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Smith optimistic about new coordinator Shula

Smith optimistic about new coordinator Shula

Veteran wideout Steve Smith knows the Panthers? new offensive coordinator, having worked with Mike Shula the past two seasons.Click to Continue »
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  • Carolina Panthers face uphill push for state money

    Carolina Panthers face uphill push for state money

    charlotteobserver.com Jan 30, 2013
    It could be a tough game for the Carolina Panthers to persuade the state of North Carolina to give them as much as $62.5 million toward a planned $250 million…Click to Continue »
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  • Ravens receiver Jacoby Jones was almost a Panther

    Ravens receiver Jacoby Jones was almost a Panther

    charlotteobserver.com Jan 30, 2013
    Jacoby Jones, a New Orleans native, visited Charlotte last spring on a free agent tour and was set to sign with the Panthers. But after his agent encouraged him to…Click to Continue »
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  • House Speaker Tillis: No direct state money for Carolina Panthe…

    House Speaker Tillis: No direct state money for Carolina Panthers

    charlotteobserver.com Jan 30, 2013
    N.C. House Speaker Thom Tillis said Tuesday he cannot support using state tax dollars to renovate Bank of America Stadium, but he left open supporting a local tax hike to…Click to Continue »
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  • Ryan Kalil Has No Regrets About July Full-Page Super Bowl Predi…

    Ryan Kalil Has No Regrets About July Full-Page Super Bowl Prediction

    panthersgab.com Jan 30, 2013
    Ryan Kalil sure doesn’t seem to have any regrets about taking out that full-page Super Bowl ad back in July. Panthers center Ryan Kalil took out a full-page ad in the Observer in July predicting the Panthers would end their season in New Orleans, hoisti
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Sports Columnists

  • Super Bowl XLVII -- Ravens, 49ers power their way to the Super Bowl

    Jan 30
    Fans of old-school football should rejoice about the Ravens-49ers matchup. It should be power football at its finest.
  • Don Banks: Homegrown or imported, 49ers are loaded with blue-chip talent

    Jan 30
    NEW ORLEANS -- The Cain and Abel coaching subplot in this year's Super Bowl is undeniably the most irresistible in NFL history, but it's still the playing talent that decides championships in football, and that's where the San Francisco 49ers have almos…
  • Super Bowl XLVII - Ray Lewis, NFL too popular to be tarnished by performan…

    Jan 30
    Baltimore Ravens star Ray Lewis is far too big of a brand to be damaged by performance-enhancing drug accusations.
  • Jim Trotter: Behind 49ers' offense, a creative genius who's always thinkin…

    Jan 30
    NEW ORLEANS -- When 49ers players and coaches are asked about the ingenuity of offensive coordinator Greg Roman's game plans, the response is always the same. There is a smile, a chuckle or a roll of the eyes, then a virtual shrug of the shoulders that …