The Carolina Panthers will open the 2020 regular season with a home game against the Las Vegas Raiders on Sept. 13, or at least that’s the plan for now. When the NFL released its schedules on Thursday (May 9), the league stipulated adjustments will be made based on government regulations sur…
Fueled by an inspired defensive effort and an efficient offensive attack, the Carolina Panthers opened the 2018 season in style with a 16-8 win over the Dallas Cowboys at Bank of America Stadium on Sunday.
The Panthers closed out the preseason with a 39-24 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday night at Heinz Field. Here’s a look at some storylines surrounding the team with just one week until the start of the regular season.
While no team wants to see a player injured, especially in the first few days of training camp, having a player go down can clear up some of the fog surrounding position battles.
With players practicing in pads for the first time Saturday morning, training camp is now in full swing for the Carolina Panthers, and while the team has only been at work for a few days, there have already been several storylines that have emerged.
Jamison Crowder’s weekly paycheck will more than triple in his fourth NFL season, and it will probably triple again the following year after the Monroe High School graduate (Class of 2011) signs his second — much more lucrative — contract.
David Tepper will be the new majority owner of the Carolina Panthers after agreeing to pay a record $2.2 billion for the NFL franchise, according to the NFL Network, which is reporting the deal being completed on Tuesday.
Ross Cockrell, who is from Waxhaw, has signed with the Carolina Panthers and could be a starter at cornerback in 2018.
The Panthers have already locked up a playoff spot, but there is still plenty on the line when they take on the Falcons later today at Mercedez-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.
Arguably the brightest star for the Panthers over the last several weeks has been second-year receiver Damiere Byrd, a relative no-name in the landscape of the NFL. But after his heroics helped Carolina win its second game in a row and clinch a playoff spot Sunday against Tampa Bay, the team…
It was never really pretty, but it didn’t have to be. For the Panthers, a win by any means necessary against Tampa Bay on Christmas Eve would clinch a playoff berth, the team’s first since making a Super Bowl run in 2015-16.
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While the Panthers picked up a huge victory over the Green Bay Packers on Sunday afternoon, issues involving ownership overshadowed the day.
Four touchdown passes from quarterback Cam Newton and four takeaways defensively helped the Panthers spoil the return of Packers All-Pro quarterback Aaron Rodgers on Sunday at Bank of America Stadium, as Carolina earned its 10th win of the season by holding off Green Bay for a 31-24 victory.
The Panthers helped their playoff chances in a big way against one of the NFC’s top teams Sunday, as a one-yard touchdown run with less than two minutes remaining helped them avoid a complete collapse and take down the Minnesota Vikings, 31-24, for a bounce-back win after falling to division…
Former Marvin Ridge High receiver KJ Brent is expected to be active for Indianapolis for the second straight week in today’s game at Buffalo (1 p.m.) and could “see his first major NFL action” according to a report by colts.com.
The Carolina Panthers could have taken control of the NFC South with a win over the New Orleans Saints on Sunday afternoon, but too many mistakes in all three phases of the game led to a 31-21 defeat.
Carolina scored two unconventional touchdowns in the fourth quarter to pull out a 35-27 road win over the New York Jets on Sunday. The Panthers improved to 8-3 with their fourth straight win.
The 7-3 Carolina Panthers come off their bye week today with a road game in New Jersey, where they’ll face the New York Jets and quarterback Josh McCown -- a name many around Union County already know well.
Hampered by a hamstring injury, Washington slot receiver Jamison Crowder missed most of the preseason and it showed during the first six games of the year, but over the past month he’s become the top target for QB Kirk Cousins.
CHARLOTTE -- The Carolina Panthers put together by far their most complete game of the season on Monday night, as they obliterated the Dolphins, 45-21, in prime time to move to 7-3 on the season. Carolina racked up a franchise-record 548 yards of total offense, besting their season average b…
The Dolphins will be entering the lair of the NFL’s top-ranked defense when Carolina hosts Miami on Monday Night Football (Nov. 13) starting at 8:30 on ESPN.
Slot receiver Jamison Crowder will return today when Washington hosts the Minnesota Vikings (1 p.m. on Nov. 12) after missing the Redskins’ win at Seattle last week with a hamstring injury.
What was a point of weakness for the Panthers all season long finally showed up against the Falcons, as Carolina managed 201 rushing yards in a 20-17 win at Bank of America Stadium on Sunday that snapped a two-game skid against its division rivals.
Slot receiver Jamison Crowder has been ruled out of a game for the first time in his NFL career due to a hamstring injury. He will not be in uniform when Washington plays at Seattle on Sunday (Nov. 5).
The post-Kelvin Benjamin era begins Sunday at Bank of America Stadium when the Panthers face divisional foe Atlanta in their first game since trading the fourth-year receiver.
KJ Brent, a 2011 graduate of Marvin Ridge High, is back in the NFL. The second-year receiver has been signed to the Indianapolis Colts’ practice squad, which pays a minimum of $7,200 a week this season.
Monroe High graduate Jamison Crowder had his best game of the season for Washington during a 33-19 home loss to Dallas on Sunday. Crowder caught nine passes for a career-high 123 yards.
The Panthers defense didn’t allow a touchdown for the second straight week and the offense did just enough as Carolina got back to winning ways with a 17-3 road victory over the Buccaneers on Sunday. The Panthers are now 4-0 away from home on the season, compared to 1-3 at Bank of America Stadium.
Luke Kuechly is the NFL’s leading tackler since being drafted by Carolina in 2012, averaging nearly 140 tackles per season, and Pro Football Reference also considers him one of the league’s best defenders in pass coverage.
The Carolina Panthers are in Tampa Bay this weekend for their second divisional matchup of the season against the Buccaneers on Sunday. Carolina is looking to right the ship after a turnover-filled stretch that has contributed to two losses, while Tampa Bay is looking to snap a three-game lo…
Carolina's Week 7 loss at Chicago was arguably the most embarrassing defeat of the season for the Panthers, as they held the Bears without an offensive touchdown and yet still lost 17-3.
After several weeks of encouraging results, it seems as if the Panthers’ offense has returned to the impotency that plagued the team at the beginning of the season. Sunday’s performance against the Bears was a new low for the team, as three turnovers and a feeling of general lifelessness nul…
The 4-2 Carolina Panthers will be up against a familiar face when they take on the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field in Chicago on Sunday. John Fox, who coached Carolina for nine seasons from 2002 to 2010, is in his third year as the Bears’ head coach, and he’ll be looking for the upset against…
Two days after President Donald Trump called for NFL owners to fire any "son of a bitch" who “disrespects our flag,” Julius Peppers, a veteran defensive lineman for the Panthers, hung back in the locker room during the National Anthem while his other teammates stood on the sidelines.
CHARLOTTE -- What looked like a sure-fire opportunity to correct its offensive woes from the first two weeks of the season didn’t play out that way for the Panthers on Sunday, as the Saints held Carolina in check for most of the day en route to a 34-13 win.
The Carolina Panthers have started the season 2-0, but there is still some concern about how effective the offense can be this season. The offense has looked pedestrian over the first two weeks and failed to score a touchdown last Sunday against the Bills.
Surrounded by a throng of reporters, Panthers end Julius Peppers heaped high praise on his teammates, calling Carolina’s defense “the best one I’ve ever played on” after having two sacks in Carolina's 9-3 home win over Buffalo.
CHARLOTTE -- It wasn’t pretty, but the Panthers moved to 2-0 on the season with a 9-3 win over Buffalo on Sunday in the team’s home opener at Bank of America Stadium. Carolina, which dominated time of possession, couldn’t capitalize on offense and had to rely, once again, on its defense to g…
Weddington High graduate Darius Kilgo was signed to the Jacksonville Jaguars’ practice squad last weekend, giving the two-time Super Bowl champion a job in the NFL for the third straight season.
QB Cam Newton threw two touchdown passes and Graham Gano made all three of his field goal attempts to help the Carolina Panthers open the season with a 23-3 road win over San Francisco on Sunday.
The Panthers open the regular season today at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., against the San Francisco 49ers (4:25 p.m. kickoff on FOX).