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Panthers coach Ron Rivera meets his former mentor under less th…

Panthers coach Ron Rivera meets his former mentor under less than ideal circumstances

charlotteobserver.com Updated Nov 25, 2012
Embattled coach Ron Rivera will face one of his former mentors, Andy Reid, who is facing similar scrutiny when the Philadelphia Eagles and Carolina Panthers match up on Monday Night…Click to Continue »
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  • 10 Questions: Carolina Panthers cornerback Josh Norman

    10 Questions: Carolina Panthers cornerback Josh Norman

    charlotteobserver.com Nov 25, 2012
    The Observer asks 10 questions of Panthers cornerback Josh Norman.Click to Continue »
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  • Michael Vick inspired Panthers QB Cam Newton

    Michael Vick inspired Panthers QB Cam Newton

    Though there were a handful before him, Michael Vick ushered in a new way to play quarterback for a generation of kids watching pro football. Cam Newton was one of…Click to Continue »
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  • Scott Says: Rare ‘Monday Night Football’ snoozer

    Scott Says: Rare ‘Monday Night Football’ snoozer

    charlotteobserver.com Nov 25, 2012
    I don?t envy Jon Gruden and Mike Tirico trying to make this one sound good for a national audience.Click to Continue »
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  • The list: Longest NFL coaching tenures

    The list: Longest NFL coaching tenures

    charlotteobserver.com Nov 25, 2012
    Andy Reid, in his 14th season in Philadelphia, is one of 11 first-time coaches to last at least 12 seasons with the same club. The top five:Click to Continue »
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