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Cam doesn’t buy slump talk

Cam doesn’t buy slump talk

charlotteobserver.com panthersgab.com Updated Oct 10, 2012
Through five games of the season and a 1-4 start, all signs point to Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton experiencing a sophomore slump.Click to Continue »
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  • Foot injury shelves Panthers’ Ryan Kalil for season

    Foot injury shelves Panthers’ Ryan Kalil for season

    Center, team leader has dislocated bones that will require surgery…Click to Continue »
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  • Panthers at 1-4: ‘It’s not over yet’

    Panthers at 1-4: ‘It’s not over yet’

    charlotteobserver.com Oct 10, 2012
    Carolina?s bye week a time to focus inward before facing Dallas…Click to Continue »
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  • Greg Olsen's twins are born; T.J. will have surgery Thursday

    Greg Olsen's twins are born; T.J. will have surgery Thursday

    charlotteobserver.com Oct 10, 2012
    T.J. Olsen, the newborn son of Panthers tight end Greg Olsen, will have the first of three scheduled open-heart surgeries Thursday at Levine Children's Hospital to correct a congenital heart…Click to Continue »
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  • Ron Rivera takes pride in heritage

    Ron Rivera takes pride in heritage

    ESPN.com Oct 10, 2012
    As part of our coverage of National Hispanic Heritage Month, I did a question-and-answer session with Carolina Panthers coach Ron Rivera. You can see the full interview here. But, if you want the quick version, Rivera has been a pioneer. He became the f…
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  • Decision time for Panthers

    Decision time for Panthers

    ESPN.com Oct 10, 2012
    As they go through their bye week, the struggling Carolina Panthers face a major decision that could have long-term implications on their franchise. Do they put veteran Jon Beason back at middle linebacker? Or do they go with rookie Luke Kuechly in the …
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  • Saints and Falcons have 'the drops'

    Saints and Falcons have 'the drops'

    ESPN.com Oct 10, 2012
    The Atlanta Falcons and New Orleans Saints have one thing in common. They lead the NFL in dropped passes, according to ESPN Stats & Information. The Falcons and Saints each have 15 drops. That hasn’t been a problem for the Buccaneers and Panthers, who e
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  • Video - Blogger Blitz: Panthers' Kalil Put on IR 00:38

    Blogger Blitz: Panthers' Kalil Put on IR

    Oct 10
    NFC South blogger Pat Yasinskas talks about what impact the absence of Panthers' center Ryan Kalil will have on the team

Sports Columnists

  • Jim Trotter: No mistaking the player, but Rivers the person is misundersto…

    Oct 10
    The latest issue of Sports Illustrated -- available on iPad Oct. 10 and newsstands Oct. 11 -- features a story on Philip Rivers' quest for playoff success. Below, Jim Trotter looks at another side of Rivers.
  • Kerry J. Byrne: Inside the numbers: Week 5

    Oct 10
    Throw out any notion of a stoic "game-management" offense in San Francisco, pigskin peeps.
  • Jim Trotter: No mistaking the player, but Rivers the person is misundersto…

    Oct 10
    The latest issue of Sports Illustrated -- available on iPad Oct. 10 and newsstands Oct. 11 -- features a story on Philip Rivers' quest for playoff success. Below, Jim Trotter looks at another side of Rivers.
  • NFL - Early surprise teams might lack staying power

    Oct 10
    The Vikings and Cardinals have surprised early, but don't be surprised if they're eventually figured out, writes John Clayton