South Carolina's Hayden Hurst is considered the top tight end in the 2018 NFL draft. The Carolina Panthers need a No. 2 TE and a successor to Greg Olsen. Is the former Gamecocks star a good fit for offensive coordinator Norv Turner?
The schedule for the 2018 Carolina Panthers looks favorable for the most part, with the first home opener in five years and a tough December slate. But so many questions remain, including who will be sitting inside the owner's box?
With a number of quality slot receivers and pass-catching tight ends, this year's NFL draft seems to set up well for the Carolina Panthers, who have four picks in the first 88 selections. Getting Cam Newton another weapon makes most sense.
The Carolina Panthers' 2018 NFL schedule was revealed Thursday. Fans reacted on Twitter as details — such as a Week 1 home game against the Dallas Cowboys at Bank of America Stadium and a December date at Cleveland — became known.
The Carolina Panthers will open a season at home for the first time since 2013 against the Dallas Cowboys. They'll face the reigning Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles in October, and will meet the New Orleans Saints twice in December.
Carolina Panthers secondary has struggled since Josh Norman left. A big investment must be made in 2018 NFL Draft. First-round pick must be a defensive back, such as Josh Jackson, Justin Reid, Isaiah Oliver, Mike Hughes or Jaire Alexander.
After the Carolina Panthers are officially sold, minority partners who own roughly 52 percent of the team may get a significant payday. It's unclear which of the roughly one dozen individuals and families will stay on with new owners.
The Carolina Panthers' schedule includes prime-time games against the Pittsburgh Steelers and New Orleans Saints, as well a home opener against the Dallas Cowboys. The full NFL schedule will be released at 8 p.m. Thursday.
In 2018 NFL draft, Carolina Panthers should first pick Stanford safety Justin Reid, Iowa cornerback Joshua Jackson or Louisville’s Jaire Alexander. The game plan should also include getting a running back such as Georgia’s Nick Chubb.
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ESPN draft expert Mel Kiper has the Carolina Panthers taking Stanford safety Justin Reid in his 2018 NFL mock draft. But Kiper thinks the two receivers projected to go in the first round — Calvin Ridley and D.J. Moore — are good picks.
Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen, who auditioned for Jon Gruden's former role on ESPN's "Monday Night Football," wants clarity entering the final year of his contract. Panthers GM Marty Hurney added incentives to Olsen's deal last year.
Former Carolina Panthers safety Tre Boston is still looking for a team a month after free agency started. Many believe Eric Reid's national anthem protest has led to his unemployment. Is Boston being affected by his own social activism?
Carolina Panthers CB James Bradberry reached out to Daryl Worley when his ex-teammate was tasered and arrested in Philadelphia. While the Eagles cut Worley, Bradberry is eyeing a big season after a sophomore slump in '17.
Former Carolina Panthers cornerback Daryl Worley, whom the team traded to the Philadelphia Eagles in March in exchange for receiver Torrey Smith, was arrested early Sunday following a confrontation with police. He was cut later that day.
Carolina Panthers LB Thomas Davis plans to address his four-game suspension for PEDs with teammates next week, his wife says. The 2014 NFL Man of the Year has long been image-conscious, including when he's been called a dirty player.
The Dallas Cowboys cut Dez Bryant on Friday, putting the productive but mercurial wideout on the market. Bryant indicated he'd like to stay in the NFC East. But could the Carolina Panthers be interested in pairing Bryant with Cam Newton?