He gave Panthers fans hope, if only for a minute. After a turbulent final month of 2020, Teddy Bridgewater no longer represents stability for a franchise suddenly in search of accelerated success. By: John Ellis – @OnePantherPlace Months into his … Continue reading A Tale of Two Teddys
In news first reported by ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler, the Carolina Panthers are expected to hire former Texans assistant Sean Ryan as their new quarterbacks coach. Ryan, who spent the last two seasons in the same capacity with the Lions, will … Continue reading Elementary, my dear Watson: Panthers hire former Texans QB coach Sean Ryan for the same role
After the most expansive candidate search in franchise history, the Carolina Panthers are expected to hire Seahawks VP of player personnel Scott Fitterer to fill their GM vacancy, per NFL Media/NFL.com. Fitterer, 47, has been with the Seahawks since 2001–Mike … Continue reading Panthers expected to hire Seahawks exec Scott Fitterer as general manager
According to NFL Research, the Carolina Panthers are the first team in league history to use all seven drafts picks on defenders. New Panthers defensive coordinator Phil Snow, who spent time with head coach Matt Rhule at both Temple and … Continue reading Let it Snow: Panthers haul in an all-defensive draft for their new DC.
Well, it’s over. As T.S. Eliot once wrote: this is the way it ends, with “a whimper, not with a bang.” Cameron Jerrell Newton, the first overall pick in the 2010 NFL draft, was released by the Panthers on a … Continue reading For Cam Newton and Carolina, it’s over. With a whimper.