• Even Palmer admits Hardy hit was legal

    Summary of 7 articles · Updated Oct 4, 2013
    As expected, Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy will get another shot at Carson Palmer. Hardy and the rest of the defensive line will take aim at Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer, who as a member of the Raiders last year was knocked out of a Week 16 loss to the Panthers following a blind-sided hit by Hardy. He did say Hardy might play a little more at tackle, but that will depend on schemes and what Arizona is doing. But it shouldn't come at the risk of keeping big-time players such as Hardy from making...
    • Panthers notes: Greg Hardy misses second practice but Ron Rivera confident he’ll play Sunday

      Panthers coach Ron Rivera said he expects Greg Hardy to return to the practice field this week after missing two days due to illness and be ready to go when…Click to Continue »
    • Injury update: Carolina Panthers

      CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- End Greg Hardy missed his second day of practice with a fever. Tackle Kawann Short missed practiced with an ankle injury. Tackle Dwan Edwards, who hasn't practiced in almost three weeks, was out again with a hamstring injury. The numb…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Greg Hardy misses two practices with illness

      At a time when Cardinals new left tackle Bradley Sowell should be feeling more than a little nauseous about the guy he’ll be trying to block, the guy he’ll be trying to block is feeling more than a little nauseous for other reasons. Panthers defensive e…
  • Former Carolina DT could haunt Panthers

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- The defensive front of the Carolina Panthers is being touted as one of the best in the NFL this season, but it has a ways to go before it can be called the best in team history. That honor still goes to the 2003 unit of Julius Peppers…
    Source: ESPN.com

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