Carolina Panthers Linebacker Luke Kuechly became the latest NFL star to retire before the age of 30. The five-time All-Pro linebacker announced his retirement in a Twitter video on Tuesday.
The Carolina Panthers entered the fourth quarter of Sunday’s game against the defending Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles trailing 17-0. Yet, by game’s end they rallied for one of the biggest comebacks in franchise history in a 21-17 victory over the Eagles on Sunday.
The Carolina Panthers continued a miserable beginning to the 2018 season for the New York Giants on Sunday. Panthers kicker Graham Gano booted a 63-yard field goal – tying the NFL record for the longest game-winning kick in league history.
Last week, Buffalo Bills wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin made some strong and critical comments about Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton during his time as a Carolina Panther. Before the Panthers and Bills met in their preseason opener on Thursday night, it appeared Newton may have gotten the last […]
While we are still in the throws of training camp and are about a week away from slightly meaningful football (the Hall of Fame game on Thursday doesn’t count), any nibble we can get of September is greatly appreciated.
Carolina Panthers special teams coach Bruce DeHaven lost his battle with cancer on Tuesday night in Orchard Park, New York. The 68-year-old DeHaven was diagnosed with terminal prostate cancer in May 2015 while serving as special teams coach for the Carolina Panthers.
As protests continue on in Charlotte, North Carolina this weekend, Panthers quarterback Cam Newton opted to make his own statement prior to Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings.
Ladies and gentlemen, we are here for the 2016 NFL season opener…which is the same game that we saw when the curtain last closed on The Shield in February.
Thursday night marks the return of the NFL and a rare Super Bowl rematch to start the 2016 season. Over seven months after the Panthers and Broncos nearly put America into a coma with a boring Super Bowl, they are back at it again in the opener.
Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton edged out New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady for the number one spot on NFL Network’s Top 100 countdown on Wednesday. Newton climbed an incredible 72 spots on the list to reach number one after winning the NFL MVP award last season. The […]