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4 hrs ago | The Washington Post
The Tennessee Titans have agreed to terms with veteran linebacker James Anderson and finally placed linebacker Zach Brown on injured reserve. The 6-foot-2, 235-pound Anderson is an eight-year veteran who has started 69 of his 110 career games.
8 hrs ago | Cat Scratch Reader
Defensive coordinator Sean McDermott: One week after offensive coordinator Mike Shula dialed up a perfect game plan for backup quarterback Derek Anderson, McDermott's defensive game plan kept the Lions off the scoreboard on 11 of 12 drives. "Credit first of all to Sean McDermott, Steve Wilks and Curtis Fuller," head coach Ron Rivera said.
12 hrs ago | CatCrave
It was nice seeing former Panther OT Jordan Gross Pounding the Drum to open the 2014 season at Bank of America Stadium - Kelvin Benjamin has continued to look like the Panthers WR1 of the future. He has some rookie lapses, but follows them up with epic plays that can't help but make you excited for the future.
16 hrs ago | NewsOne
Carolina Panthers superstar player Greg Hardy has reportedly joined the ranks of NFLers who have been brought up on charges of domestic violence. Now the defensive end, who was convicted of domestic violence toward his girlfriend this summer, was deactivated from his team Sunday, according to CNN .
When Carolina Panthers ' GM Dave Gettleman was hired in January of 2013, he faced a short-term migraine in the form of the team's woeful salary cap situation. Tweaking and manipulating the Carolina checkbook like a brilliant cap-scientist in his laboratory, Gettleman has the Panthers pointed in the right direction.
Carolina Panthers running back DeAngelo Williams , who missed Sunday's victory over Detroit with a thigh injury, is expected back at practice on Wednesday. Carolina Panthers coach Ron Rivera expects DeAngelo Williams, the franchise's all-time leading rusher, to return to practice Wednesday after Carolina sputtered on the ground Sunday against the Detroit Lions.
Panthers coach Ron Rivera isn't sure if Greg Hardy will play Sunday night against the Pittsburgh Steelers and that the team hasn't considered releasing the Pro Bowl defensive end who is involved in a domestic violence case. Rivera said Monday that Hardy will continue to practice and attend team meetings, but he won't make a decision on if he plays until later this week.
Miami Hurricanes backup quarterback Kevin Olsen has been suspended from team activities after he was charged early Monday morning with driving under the influence and having a fake driver's license. Miami QB Kevin Olsen, who was the projected starter headed into fall camp, has since been suspended for violating team rules and arrested.
Sunday was a difficult day for NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. Commentators on NFL pregame shows questioned his leadership, while banners flew over three stadiums, the message simple: "Goodell Must Go," with criticism simmering over the commissioner's handling of players accused of domestic violence.
QUARTERBACKS: C+ After an impressive opener, Matthew Stafford's accuracy and decision-making weren't nearly as crisp against the Panthers. Partially hindered by pass-rush pressure, he completed just 27 of 48 passes for 291 yards a touchdown.
During his postgame news conference, Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton addressed a controversy from Wednesday, when gave Detroit's Ndamukong Suh what some said was an insensitive nickname. Newton said he never had a chance to address Suh directly on Sunday.
American who tore up tourist visa so he could be imprisoned 'to experience human rights abuses in North Korean prison' is sentenced to six-years hard labor Former U.S. air stewardess flying from New York to London for her honeymoon kicked cabin crew and shouted: 'F*** off.
14, 2014. . Carolina Panthers' Greg Olsen is upended by Detroit Lions' Devin Taylor after a catch during the first half of an NFL football game in Charlotte, N.C., Sunday, Sept.
Carolina Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy, who was convicted of domestic violence this summer, won't play Sunday against the Detroit Lions after being placed on the inactive list, the team announced Sunday on Twitter. The news comes amid increased focus on the National Football League and the way it handles players accused of domestic violence.
Hardy was convicted July 15 of assault on a female and communicating threats. He is appealing the ruling.
Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy has been deactivated for Sunday's game against the visiting Detroit Lions. Hardy has been convicted on two counts of domestic violence, but has filed an appeal.
The Panthers return home to face off against the Lions in a Week 2 showdown. Here's all the information you need on how to catch the action.
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 04:23 pm
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