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charlotteobserver.com Updated Mar 15, 2013
As Cam Newton?s backup, Panthers quarterback Derek Anderson doesn?t get on the field much.Click to Continue »Upvote Share Tweet
Former first-rounder visits the PanthersWhen you have little to no salary cap room, you have to be creative. And desperate. So the Panthers brought former first-round pick Chris Williams for a visit Friday, according to Howard Balzer of the Sports Xchange. A former first-round pick, Williams …Upvote Share Tweet
Brian Shaw turned down a head coaching spot with the Charlotte Bobcats because he wants to ‘have a chance’yahoo.com Updated Mar 15, 2013Former Los Angeles Lakers assistant coach Brian Shaw will probably be the first to tell you that he isn’t slumming while working as associate coach of the Indiana Pacers. The team is firmly established as the Eastern Conference’s Number Two, and he anUpvote Share TweetThe Giants continue to look for linebacker depth, and seem particularly interested in depth inside. According to Geoff Mosher of Comcast SportsNet, Dan Connor will visit the Giants. The former Cowboys and Panthers inside linebacker had previously visite…Upvote Share TweetWhile he might not have the name recognition of some of their previous signings, the Chiefs made another solid add Friday. Former Panthers and Vikings offensive lineman Geoff Schwartz just tweeted that he’s joined the Chiefs. Schwartz made 13 appearanceUpvote Share Tweetcharlotteobserver.com Updated Mar 15, 2013It’s not what Charlotte city officials want, but a bill allowing the city to help the Panthers finance improvements to Bank of America Stadium without a tax hike began what…Click to Continue »Upvote Share Tweet
Raptors Roll Bobcats 92-78Mar 15Rudy Gay leads Raptors past Bobcats.
2013 NFL Free Agency -- The six million dollar menMar 15Free agency in 2013 has been fast and furious, with big deals, lots of cuts and new coaches making multiple moves, writes John Clayton.