Percy Harvin traded to Seahawksper NFL.com
I was just listening to 610 The Fan and a caller rang in and said that he wants the Panthers to sign Tim Tebow as a back up. I have NEVER supported the idea of Tim Tebow coming to Charlotte. But...
I know he is a Falcon, but I couldn't rob you guys of this one. Here is an interview where Thomas DeCoud from the Falcons plays the SuperTroopers "meow game" live on sports center. See if you can catch them all. 1. 0:41 2. 0:42 3. 0:48 4. 1:12 5. 1:33 6. 2:03 7. 2:26 8. 2:49 9. 2:50 10. 2:51 11. 2:52 12. 3:05 13. 3:46 14. 4:19
Thomas Davis is on the field warming up
Howdy all! My name is Alex and I have been lurking and posting on CSR for about 3 or 3 1/2 years. I just got done reading the "Final Goodbye" thread by PantherTrain. And instead of its desired...
A bunch of footage from the Panthers/Jets game. Good to see a bunch of fans coming out in NY.
WR Louis Murphy Traded to the Carolina PanthersJason Cole's Twitter
Long before I was a Panther fan I was a collector. For as long as I can remember I have collected anything and everything. When I was younger it was baseball cards, then pogs, CDs, then whatever...
HAPPY FATHERS DAY
I know its not Panther related. But how SICK is this facemask?
You are an NFL Linebacker....You look into the backfield and this is what you see.....Crap......
D-Will.......That is all
NEW NFL UNIFORMS UNVEILED (No Major Changes it seems besides the Seahawks)
Payments were made for plays such as interceptions or fumble recoveries. All such payments are against league rules. Payments also were made for plays on which opposing players were injured. In addition, specific players were sometimes targeted. The investigation showed bounties being placed on four quarterbacks of opposing teams - Brett Favre, Cam Newton, Aaron Rodgers, and Kurt Warner. Multiple sources have confirmed that several players pledged funds toward bounties on specific opposing players, with defensive captain Jonathan Vilma offering $10,000 to any player who knocked Brett Favre out of the NFC Championship Game in 2010.
The Carolina Panthers do not anticipate any changes in their current uniform, according to team spokesman Charlie Dayton.Carolina Panthers Facebook
Carolina Panthers Indy Car in Indianapolis