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Report: Panthers interview two for GM position Updated Jan 8, 2013
A person familiar with the situation says the Carolina Panthers interviewed New York Giants director of college scouting Marc Ross and Montreal Alouettes general manager Jim Popp on Tuesday for their vacant GM position.
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  • Panthers keep finding scapegoats, bigger problems remain Jan 8, 2013
    Going into his third year with the Panthers, Ron Rivera has a 13-19 record. His record of offering up those who might not necessarily be the problem is far more impressive. In addition to the previously reported firing of running backs coach John Settle…
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  • 'The Curse of 7-9' and the Panthers Jan 8, 2013
    Scott Fowler: I'm asking for your help in exploring the Panthers' history with that very common record.Click to Continue »
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  • Carolina Panthers keep coordinators, but fire three assistants

    Head coach Ron Rivera is staying with the Panthers, but three of his assistants are leaving.Click to Continue »
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  • Something Special Is Brewing In New Orleans Jan 8, 2013
    The New Orleans Hornets (they’re not the Pelicans just yet) are a team in flux. They started the year with the specious ROY, Anthony Davis, and his inexorable brow grabbing most of the headlines. But it didn’t last. Davis went down with an ankle injur
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  • Hornets PG Greivis Vasquez was pretty stoked to beat the Spurs (VIDEO) Jan 8, 2013
    As a rookie with the Memphis Grizzlies during the 2010-11 season, Greivis Vasquez experienced some success against the San Antonio Spurs, going 3-1 in four regular-season meetings with Gregg Popovich's team and notching a first-round upset of the top-se…
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  • Atlanta's defensive playing time Jan 8, 2013
    One thing I always like to do after the season is look back at playing time for all the players in the NFC South. We’ll get to the Buccaneers, Panthers and Saints at some point in the coming days or weeks. But we’re going to take a look at the Atlanta
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