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