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Hello! It's that time of year again! Dan Kadar, the head man at your favorite draft site, Mocking the Draft has given the authorization for Music City Miracles to host this year's 7 Round Live Draft.
Carolina center Ryan Kalil wasn't about to sugarcoat it on Tuesday when he talked about replacing his friend and long-time Panthers offensive tackle Jordan Gross.
Carolina Panthers TE Greg Olsen sits down with CineSport's Noah Coslov to talk about how veterans view the NFL draft and what the Panthers need to do in this year's draft.
UNC Tar Heels defensive end Kareem Martin is a top 2014 NFL Draft sleeper for some, as he could be a very good value for teams looking for pass-rushing help in the mid-rounds of the draft.
Panthers quarterback Cam Newton addressed the media Tuesday for the first time since his ankle surgery and the release of wide receiver Steve Smith.
Winning isn't easy. Sustained winning is rare. Sustained winning in the NFL is damn near impossible.
This offseason certainly hasn't gone as well as the Carolina Panthers hoped. Between the retirement of left tackle Jordan Gross, the release of star receiver Steve Smith, and the amount of talent that has left this offseason, things could have gone better for the Panthers.
"Just another Monday," that's how we'll remember 4/21/14. It wasn't always this way.
Tournament sponsor Rick Lee of Advanced Capture Technology, Carolina Panthers safety Robert Lester and event organizer Chris Rogers pose with the Nick Saban trophy just given to Lester.
You're probably thinking that this is way too early to even have this pop into your head.
With the draft still three weeks away and counting and with news of prospect meetings still coming in daily, Carolina has once again worked out a first round caliber talent that this team so desperately needs.
With Ted Ginn leaving via free agency the Panthers kick and punt return jobs are now wide open.
The campaign has received more than $10.5 million in contributions – $5 million from Anne Springs Close and her family and donations from Founders Federal Credit Union, Charlotte's Dickson Foundation, Rock Hill businessman Gary Williams and Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson.
After a free agency period where the top left tackles got big bucks, the team intends to find out how right tackle Byron Bell, above, a former undrafted free agent, will respond to being flipped to the left side following the retirement of Jordan Gross.
Could the Panthers take a safety in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft? We've discussed this before on CSR despite offensive line and wide receiver being greater need positions, there is always a chance that Panthers GM Dave Gettleman will skip addressing those positions early, especially if the value isn't there.