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Panthers sign Aldrick Robinson

The Panthers added a player to their receiving corps on Friday. The team announced that they have signed Aldrick Robinson to the 90-man roster. It’s a one-year deal for the journeyman wideout who will be on his fourth team in as many years. Robinson caught 17 passes for 231 yards and five touchdowns in 14 [more]

Elijah Holyfield thinks he brings a “nice element” to the Panthers

Running back Elijah Holyfield’s decision to leave Georgia to enter the 2019 draft had at least one significant detractor. Holyfield said he weighed whether he would have “made myself better or wasted a year” by staying in school and came down on the side of going pro, which his father Evander believed was a “bad [more]

Panthers claim Temarrick Hemingway

The Panthers claimed tight end Temarrick Hemingway off waivers from the Broncos, the team announced Tuesday. Carolina waived tight end Thomas Duarte on Monday. Hemingway, 25, has played 13 career games but has never made a catch. The Rams made him a sixth-round pick in 2016. Hemingway appeared in eight games as a rookie. He [more]

Christian McCaffrey is bigger, faster, stronger than a year ago

The Panthers recently tweeted out a workout photo of Christian McCaffrey showing the running back’s bulging biceps. McCaffrey doesn’t look the same — or feel the same — as a year ago. He looks bigger and feels better. “I’m way stronger than I was last year,” McCaffrey said, via David Newton of ESPN. “The faster [more]

Panthers are this year’s All or Nothing team

From 2016 through 2018, Amazon dropped without much advance notice and with no advance identification of the involved team a full season of All or Nothing, a full-season look at one specific NFL franchise. This year, there has been no advance notice as to when the show will emerge and no advance identification of the [more]

Panthers release tight end Thomas Duarte

The Panthers signed a tryout tight end earlier today, and made room for him by releasing part of their large contingent from the AAF. The team announced that tight end Thomas Duarte had been waived. He was signed at the end of the AAF season, one of eight players from the defunct spring league they [more]

Panthers sign TE Ethan Wolf

The Panthers had 12 players trying out for the team at their rookie minicamp over the weekend and one of them earned a longer stay with the team. The Panthers announced the signing of tight end Ethan Wolf on Monday. The addition leaves Carolina with 89 players on their 90-man roster. Wolf went undrafted out [more]

Greg Little: I’m here to earn Panthers left tackle job

The Panthers’ need for offensive line help in the draft was no secret and that made it no surprise that they traded up for the chance to select Ole Miss tackle Greg Little in the second round last month. Panthers General Manager Marty Hurney said after the draft that the team prefers to have 2017 [more]

On brink of 30, Cam Newton vows not to change his playing style

Panthers quarterback Cam Newton turns 30 on Saturday. (Yes, that means you’re old.) But as he embarks on his fourth decade, Newton vows not to change a thing about a game that has caused him to suffer plenty of injuries during his time in the NFL. “I’m too old to change,” Newton said Friday at [more]

Panthers sign five picks, including Will Grier

The Panthers handled most of their paperwork Thursday night, prior to their rookie minicamp tomorrow. The team announced that five of their seven draft picks have signed. That group includes third-round quarterback Will Grier, fourth-round pass-rusher Christian Miller, fifth-round running back Jordan Scarlett, sixth-round tackle Dennis Daley, and seventh-round wide receiver Terry Godwin. They also [more]

South Carolina Senate approves $115 million in tax breaks for Panthers

The Panthers got their first win of the season, getting somebody to give them money for something they planned to do anyway. According to Avery Wilks and Maayan Schechter of The State newspaper, the South Carolina Senate approved $115 million in tax breaks for the Panthers to build a practice facility south of the border. [more]

Panthers name Mark Carrier executive director of football staff

The Panthers hired Julius Peppers as a special assistant for business operations this week and they announced other changes in the organization on Thursday. The moves involve the scouting and football operations staff, including former NFL wide receiver Mark Carrier’s move from special assistant to General Manager Marty Hurney to a position as the executive [more]

Greg Olsen donates $2.5 million to pediatric cardiac center

Panthers tight end Greg Olsen‘s foundation donated $2.5 million to the Atrium Health’s Levine Children’s Hospital in Charlotte. The funds will go toward a pediatric cardiovascular and congenital heart outpatient clinic. Olsen’s commitment is the largest The HEARTest Yard Pediatric Cardiac Center at Levine Children’s Hospital has received. “Kara and I are honored to play [more]

Panthers owner says he’ll stay in Charlotte if S.C. doesn’t want to give him money

As some South Carolina legislators try to object to giving public money to Panthers multi-billionaire owner David Tepper, Tepper is threatening to take his ball and stay home. Via Jourdan Rodrigue of the Charlotte Observer, Tepper said Wednesday he was perfectly happy to build his new practice facility in Charlotte instead of just across the [more]

Panthers hire Julius Peppers for a business-side job

The Panthers haven’t put Julius Peppers in their Hall of Honor (yet), but they have given him an office. The Panthers are hiring the future Hall of Famer, giving him the title of special assistant, business operations. “Julius is a special person and he will help us in a variety of ways,” Panthers vice president [more]

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