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Rivera talks defensive line play vs. SeahawksUpdated Oct 3, 2012 Share TweetThe Panthers will look to rebound when they host the Seahwaks. Coach Ron Rivera want his D-line to continue playing at a high level. The Charlotte Observer's Joe Person reports…Click to Continue »Share TweetCam Newton has heard the complaints about how he handles losses.Click to Continue »
’Broke’: Panthers, Bobcats players insist they can say noUpdated Oct 3, 2012 Share TweetESPN documentary pros and financial trouble draws reaction…Click to Continue »
LaFell says Panthers should have gone for itUpdated Oct 3, 2012 Share TweetPlenty of folks have questioned the decision of the Panthers to punt inside Atlanta territory with the game on the line. Add Panthers receiver Brandon LaFell to the list. “It’s fourth and inches, we’ve got Mike Tolbert, we’ve got Jonathan Stewar
Cam Newton adds flash to already flashy pink shoesUpdated Oct 3, 2012 Share TweetThere are fashion statements, and there are statements. With the NFL allowing players to wear pink during games this month to promote breast cancer awareness, you find out a little color goes a long way. But check out the shoes Panthers quarterback Cam …
Marty Hurney say he has no contract, is on the hot seatUpdated Oct 3, 2012 Share TweetDespite high hopes for the 2012 season, the Carolina Panthers have plunged to 1-3. In Charlotte, G.M. Marty Hurney is catching most of the blame. He joined WFNZ’s Mac Attack on Wednesday morning to face the music. And Hurney didn’t run from realit
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Inside the Huddle with John ClaytonOct 3John Clayton breaks down Matthew Stafford's dropping yards-per-attempt average, J. J. Watts' greatness at DE, young QBs, CBs and WRs.
Young defensive backs have made their marksOct 3At the 2012 draft, wide receivers were the rage, but it's been the rookie DBs who have made a difference, writes John Clayton