Carolina Panthers

The Play that sent the Carolina Panthers home:”Cam to Kam” pick, plus Ice Bowl II

The “Play that sent the Carolina Panthers home”, was the pass that Panthers’ QB Cam Newton threw into the hands of Seattle Seahawks’ DB Kam Chancellor and Chancellor took the ‘pick six’ to the house and that sealed the deal as the Seahawks sent the Panthers home on Saturday night.. “Season over” for the Carolina The Play that sent the Carolina Panthers home:”Cam to Kam” pick, plus Ice Bowl II

The Carolina Panthers are Cam Newton’s team!!!(People don’t even talk about Steve Smith any more)[FOX 8 Panthers Special on Friday night at 7:30pm]

The title says it all….This is now Cam Newton’s team and Steve Smith is a thing of the past…. No Steve Smith and the Carolina Panthers made the playoffs….. Really??? Yes, it really happened and the Panthers have moved on and won a divisional title without Steve Smith and they have hit their stride and The Carolina Panthers are Cam Newton’s team!!!(People don’t even talk about Steve Smith any more)[FOX 8 Panthers Special on Friday night at 7:30pm]

Carolina Panthers get job done with win over Browns:Winner takes ALL next Sunday in Atlanta

Carolina Panthers 17, Cleveland Browns 13 today in Charlotte…. The Panthers are now (6-8-1) and they will face the Atlanta Falcons(6-9) next Sunday in Atlanta for the NFC South Crown and a berth in the playoffs…. The Panthers got a strong return game from QB Cam Newton today and Carolina’s runningback Jonathan Stewart ran for Carolina Panthers get job done with win over Browns:Winner takes ALL next Sunday in Atlanta

Former Carolina Panthers receiver Steve Smith says, “he was stabbed in the back”

Good read here on former Carolina Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith and his thoughts on how he was treated by Panthers’ head coach Ron Rivera and GM Dave Gettleman and Smith now has pretty much come out and said, “I was stabbed in the back”…. CLICK HERE to read all from the Charlotte Observer on Former Carolina Panthers receiver Steve Smith says, “he was stabbed in the back”

Former Carolina Panther and North Carolina Tar Heel Jimmy Hitchcock sentenced to four years in federal prison for fraud scheme

Get the details on Jimmy Hitchcock’s involvement in the home mortgage fraud scheme and how this led to him being convicted of fraud and being sentenced to four years in Federal Prison when you CLICK HERE…..Coming in from the Charlotte Observer and Hitchcock is a former Carolina Panther, New England Patriot and North Carolina Tar Former Carolina Panther and North Carolina Tar Heel Jimmy Hitchcock sentenced to four years in federal prison for fraud scheme

Ric Flair statement says he will not be at the Carolina Panthers-San Francisco 49ers game on Sunday

*****For the current Charlotte Business Journal article/post on Ric Flair CLICK HERE….***** Ric Flair will not be at the Panthers-49ers playoff game on Sunday at Bank of America Stadium, in Charlotte…Flair has stirred up a full hornet’s nest in Charlotte after joining the San Francisco team and giving them a pep talk prior to their Ric Flair statement says he will not be at the Carolina Panthers-San Francisco 49ers game on Sunday

Those in Charlotte say, “Flair no longer a Factor”:”Who needs Ric Flair anyway? Certainly not the Carolina Panthers”

The Scott Fowler Blog coming in this week from the Charlotte Observer at www.charlotteobserver.com….. To read all on this topic now and it has become one of the hottest topics in the state this week, CLICK HERE. Who needs Ric Flair anyway? Certainly not the Panthers Scott Fowler of the Charlotte Observer has put the Those in Charlotte say, “Flair no longer a Factor”:”Who needs Ric Flair anyway? Certainly not the Carolina Panthers”

Tom Sorenson says “Flair’s a 49er”!!!:Is Ric Flair now a Panther or a 49er?(Getting hard to tell, but he is looking like a ‘San Fran Man’)

“Ric Flair’s heart is with the 49ers all the way to the end,” Flair said. Tom Sorenson with the Charlotte Observer and his ‘Tom Talk’ feature has really started to break this one down….Sorenson now has Flair siding with San Fran and has the inside that Ric Flair lives outside of Charlotte and that the Tom Sorenson says “Flair’s a 49er”!!!:Is Ric Flair now a Panther or a 49er?(Getting hard to tell, but he is looking like a ‘San Fran Man’)

Did the Carolina Panthers win today? You bet they did, 20-16 over the Miami Dolphins

The Carolina Panthers made it it seven wins in a-row, with a victory over the Dolphins down in Miami this afternoon and they needed a big rally and game-winning drive from quarterback Cam Newton and they had another disputed call involving linebacker Luke Kuechly…. Very big ‘W’ coming off of the 24-20 win over New Did the Carolina Panthers win today? You bet they did, 20-16 over the Miami Dolphins

Jerry Richardson’s son Jon dies from cancer at age 53:Strong Carolina Panthers ties with owner and son

from www.myfox8.com: CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Former Panthers Stadium President Jon Richardson, and son of Panthers owner Jerry Richardson, has died after a lengthy battle with cancer, a source confirmed to the Charlotte Observer on Tuesday afternoon. He was 53. *****Jon Richardson was a starting wide receiver for two seasons with the North Carolina Tar Heels Jerry Richardson’s son Jon dies from cancer at age 53:Strong Carolina Panthers ties with owner and son

Former Carolina Panther Mike Minter to be the new head coach at Campbell

Mike Minter will replace Dale Steele as the new football coach at Campbell University….The have set a press conference for Tuesday, at which time, Minter will be intoduced as the Camels new head coach….This effects at least three Guilford County kids in Matt Farris(Northern GUilford), Dalton Dillon(Northwest Guilford) and Jabri Ridenhour(Western Guilford), as all three Former Carolina Panther Mike Minter to be the new head coach at Campbell

Thanksgiving has taken on a whole new meaning this season for Panthers’ tight end Greg Olsen

Greg Olsen’s six-week old son has a major heart defect and in a season where everything has been wrong for the Carolina Panthers, Olsen can be very thankful that his little son is still alive during this Thanksgiving Holiday season…. Coming in from Steve Reed with the Associated Press, by of the Greensboro News and Thanksgiving has taken on a whole new meaning this season for Panthers’ tight end Greg Olsen