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UNC’s Gio Bernard on NFL role: ‘I don’t want to come off the fi…

UNC’s Gio Bernard on NFL role: ‘I don’t want to come off the field’

charlotteobserver.com Updated Mar 26, 2013
Former UNC Tar Heels standout running back Giovani Bernard said Tuesday that he considers himself a durable running back capable of playing every down for the NFL team that drafts…Click to Continue »
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  • Former Texas star Vince Young seeks to revive NFL career

    Former Texas star Vince Young seeks to revive NFL career

    charlotteobserver.com Mar 26, 2013
    Vince Young picked some familiar ground as he tries to resurrect his sinking NFL career.Click to Continue »
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  • Despite opposition, Bank of America Stadium financing bill adva…

    Despite opposition, Bank of America Stadium financing bill advances

    charlotteobserver.com Mar 26, 2013
    Despite opposition from both parties, a bill allowing the use of public money to help the Carolina Panthers won approval from a N.C. House panel Tuesday and could reach the…Click to Continue »
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  • Running down Panthers' draft order

    Running down Panthers' draft order

    ESPN.com Mar 26, 2013
    Let’s continue our look at exactly where each team’s picks in the 2013 draft sit with the Carolina Panthers: First round: No. 14 Second round: No. 44 Third round: no pick because it was traded to San Francisco. Fourth round: No. 108 Fifth round: No. N
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  • Call It: Best offseason so far?

    Call It: Best offseason so far?

    ESPN.com Mar 26, 2013
    Last Friday, I gave my thoughts on the NFC South winners and losers so far in free agency. I listed the Atlanta Falcons, New Orleans Saints and Tampa Bay Buccaneers as winners and the Carolina Panthers as losers. Let’s be clear that not much was expecte
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  • Kelvin Hayden expected back with Bears

    Kelvin Hayden expected back with Bears

    profootballtalk.com Mar 26, 2013
    The Bears lost one backup cornerback earlier this month when D.J. Moore signed with the Panthers as a free agent, but it doesn’t look like they’ll be losing a second one. Vaughn McClure of the Chicago Tribune reports that the Bears are expected to re-
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  • Charlotte restaurant group backs tax increase for Panthers' sta…

    Charlotte restaurant group backs tax increase for Panthers' stadium

    charlotteobserver.com Mar 26, 2013
    Charlotte chapter of N.C. Restaurant and Lodging Association issued letter that supports half-cent sales tax increase on food and beverages to help pay for stadium renovations for the Carolina Panthers.Click to Continue »
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