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  • s After a 7-8-1 season, the Carolina Panthers will need to bring in new talent in order for them to repeat as the NFC South champions. The Panthers will have a considerable cap space. Panther general manager Dave Gettleman is expecting to spend this offseason, saying that the Panthers, “…won’t be shopping at the Dollar Store this year”. Carolina will have about $13 millio... read more...
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  • Former Tennessee Titans offensive tackle Michael Oher recently visited the Carolina Panthers, according to Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun. A former first-round draft pick from Mississippi, Oher started every game over five seasons with the Ravens. http://youtu.be/c5q2ZBSk3S4 Oher, 28, signed a five-year, $20 million contract as a free agent last year with the Titans. […... read more...
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  • Carolina Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy, who played just one game this past season after being placed on the Commissioner’s Exempt List, is set to become a free agent in March. Now according to this report by Joseph Person of the Charlotte Observer, the Panthers are not expected to bring Hardy back in 2015.  Citing Hardy’s current legal bout regarding domestic violence ... read more...
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  • The Carolina Panthers have reportedly made contact with OT Michael Oher, and are showing tremendous interest. This would be a huge pick up for the Panthers! Former Panthers tackle, Byron Bell, has posted comments on his InstaGram account saying that he will not be back with the Panthers next season. Bell was shifting into the […] ... read more...
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  • After a surprisingly successful season  full of major injuries, player suspensions, and starting over from scratch with their wide receiving unit, the Carolina Panthers are on the hunt for some new talent and new names for the upcoming season(s). Currently the Panthers have some younger talent on the WR roster, including Kelvin Benjamin, Brenton Bersin […] ... read more...
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  • Panthers running back DeAngelo Williams joined the chorus of football fans, observers, players and essentially everyone in the country in expressing dismay at Seattle’s final play call in Sunday night’s Super Bowl. In an interview with CNN on Monday afternoon, Wil... read more...
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  • The Carolina Panthers are interested in bringing back return specialist Ted Ginn, although they're not the only team eyeing him. A league source said the Panthers plan to reach out to Ginn, who also is drawing interest from his home-state Cleveland Browns. Ginn enjoyed a career resurgence with the Panthers in 2013 after three disappointin... read more...
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  • The Carolina Panthers finished the 2014 season as the seventh best rushing team in the league last season, but they can still improve the backfield this offseason. Cam Newton, recorded nearly 26% of those yards with 539. With an offensive line which struggled last year, along with Cam Newton’s first season of injuries, the front office will […] ... read more...
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  • Monday was a sad day for all Carolina Panthers fans. It was officially announced that the Panthers all time leading rushing back DeAngelo Williams was released from the team. The Panthers were reviewing  their big named contracts which also included Cam Newton, Luke Kuechly, Greg Hardy, and Charles Johnson. Big names with skills to match also costs […] ... read more...
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  • Every year there are changes made to the team. Last year fans felt betrayed by the letting go of the long-time Panther and veteran Steve Smith. This year, DeAngelo Williams. Transitions happen. Change happens. Fans may disagree with some of the decisions, but trust is necessary if you are to back the management of the team and allow them to work through the proces... read more...
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  • Roaming The Wire is your daily destination to wake-up to for all of your Carolina Panthers news. Rise n’ shine. Brew some java. Then, come here every morning to get your daily Panther fix before you tackle your day. We do the research so you don’t have to.   Countdown to Combine: Carolina Panthers WRs David […] ... read more...
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  • The Panthers have started taking small steps toward the March 12 start of free agency. The team announced Tuesday afternoon it released safety Thomas DeCoud after signing the seven-year veteran to a two-year contract last offseason. DeCoud, who inked a two-year deal worth $3.525 million last year, didn’t have the speed the Panthers needed in ... read more...
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