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Jul 24, 2014; Foxborough, MA, USA; New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick responds to a question during a press conference prior to training camp at the team practice facility.
"You've got to wear some black," Gross said to Bell, whose Nike Dri-FIT shirt was soaked through with sweat.
Expectations are much higher for Carolina coming into training camp than in years past.
Godfrey is still figuring out when to release a receiver to the safety and when to stay on him, and that soft spot of the defensive backfield has been exposed several times in the past few days.
I liked Tyler Gaffney. True, I never saw him run an NFL play or talked to him. But aside from that, I liked him.
After a defensive drill Tuesday players run to pick up their helmets. Kuechly, the reigning NFL Defensive Player of the Year, probably could wait for a less heralded or experienced teammate to deliver his helmet.
There are no designed runs or scrambles, and he's not taking a seven-step drop and cranking the ball down the field after March surgery to surgically repair his left ankle.
Yes, it took me nearly seven months to go back and watch our fifth and final loss of the 2013-14 season.
No more talk about could Lebron consider playing in Charlotte, no more who was your favorite Brady Bunch kid, say goodbye to all of our favorite get me through summertime show topics.
Big-time Carolina Panthers first-round pick Kelvin Benjamin was sent in Monday morning for what the team called a "precautionary MRI."
The Panthers have sent wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin for an MRI on his left knee after the first-round draft pick bumped knees with another player during practice Sunday.
Cornerbacks De'Quan Menzie and Carrington Byndom go over their assignments during Carolina Panthers OTAs in May. Menzie was a fifth-round selection of the Kansas City Chiefs in the 2012 NFL Draft, but he has never played in an NFL regular-season game.
At 5-foot-9 and 250 pounds, Tolbert is a goal-line terror for defenses and a wrecking ball at fullback for the Carolina Panthers.
For the second consecutive practice, punt returners Kenjon Barner, Philly Brown and Antoine Cason struggled to hang on to the ball.
Steve Smith is a legend in the Carolinas and the most beloved player in the Panthers team history.
Nelson, 27, has played in 24 regular season games during his career and has 36 tackles and one interception.
There will be a retirement news conference Tuesday at Wofford College, where the Panthers are training.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 05:30 am
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