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Game Preview: Carolina Panthers vs. Minnesota Vikings

Game Preview: Carolina Panthers vs. Minnesota Vikings

The Carolina Panthers (1-1) will play their third game of the regular season when they host the Minnesota Vikings (2-0) at Bank of America Stadium on Sunday. Both teams are coming off wins in Week 2 of the season, with the Panthers having defeated the 49ers 46-27, and the Vikings having beaten the Packers, 17-14. The Panthers will be led by veteran quarterback...

7 Carolina Panthers Players Make the NFL Network’s Top 100 List

7 Carolina Panthers Players Make the NFL Network’s Top 100 List

The Carolina Panthers garnered seven spots in the NFL Network’s annual ranking of the best players in the league. In order of their appearance on the list from lowest to highest, the seven Carolina Panthers players are: RB Jonathan Stewart (86th), center Ryan Kalil (79th), DT Kawann Short (58th), LB Thomas Davis (54th), TE Greg Olsen (38th), LB Luke...

Carolina Panthers Sign Veteran Punter Mike Scifres

Carolina Panthers Sign Veteran Punter Mike Scifres

The Carolina Panthers have signed punter Mike Scifres to a one-year contract. The signing was announced by the team on Tuesday. A longtime punter for the Chargers, Scifres has played exclusively for San Diego since 2003 until he was released by the team last month, following their selection of punter Drew Kaser in the 2016 NFL Draft. The 35-year-old Scifres was...

Carolina Panthers Kick Off OTAs at Bank of America Stadium

Carolina Panthers Kick Off OTAs at Bank of America Stadium

The Carolina Panthers began their organized team activities (OTAs) at Bank of America Stadium today. Also known as Phase Three of the Panthers’ offseason training program, the four-week long session of practices kicked off Tuesday morning, and included team and individual sessions. Per NFL rules, teams are allowed to hold 10 OTA practices and a three-day...

Carolina Panthers Fall to Broncos in Super Bowl 50

Carolina Panthers Fall to Broncos in Super Bowl 50

As everyone surely knows by now, the Carolina Panthers were defeated by the Denver Broncos, 24-10, in Super Bowl 50. Despite outshining the Broncos in total yards (315 total for Carolina, compared to 194 for Denver) the Panthers were unable to capitalize on any of the scoring opportunities that presented themselves. And while it’s always difficult to...

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