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For The Carolina Panthers, The Ghost Of Arizona Lingers

Published on: 26th October, 2009

The Panthers should consider themselves lucky. If Panthers fans were half as passionate as the twenty thousand Bills fans who filled Bank of American stadium on Sunday, John Fox would be sifting through the smoldering rubble, trying to find the remains of what had happened to his once promising season. To ...

John Fox’s Future Rests in Matt Moore’s Hands

Published on: 16th September, 2009

The Carolina Panthers' quarterback situation was accurately described by general manager Marty Hurney as "the worst-case scenario." Jake Delhomme has followed up his January collapse against Arizona with a similar game against Philadelphia and has now thrown nine interceptions in his last 51 pass attempts. The Panthers recently signed A.J. Feeley after ...

Carolina Panthers: Attention All Rats, the Boat Isn’t Sinking

Published on: 7th August, 2009

The plague of Achilles tendon injuries that has been sweeping through the NFL like a Spartan army during the Peloponnesian War finally found its way to Spartanburg, South Carolina. Defensive tackle Ma'ake Kemoeatu went down during his warm up jog. The news was quick and sudden. Somehow he managed to snap ...

Carolina Panthers Versus the South Part Two: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Published on: 1st August, 2009

The Panthers split their season series with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2008. They followed an embarrassing performance at Raymond James Stadium with a thrilling Monday Night Football game in which the Panthers running game totaled over three hundred yards. There will be some notable changes to the Bucs offense ...

Vick Will Not Be a Panther

Published on: 28th July, 2009

The NFL is buzzing with news of Mike Vick's reinstatement. Once arguably the most hyped quarterback of all time, the disgraced former Falcon is free to sign with any team that will have him. According to the league's Vice President of Football Operations Ray Anderson, Vick could play "from week one ...

Julius Peppers: How Not to Hold Out for a New Contract

Published on: 25th June, 2009

The smoke has cleared on the Julius Peppers saga. What started as an impassioned plea for a new team, contract, and position has ended with the disgruntled defensive end folding like a lawn chair and signing his franchise tender. Further cementing Peppers' Maginot Line is the news from the Charlotte Observer that Peppers ...

Julius Peppers, Carolina Panthers Agree on Franchise Tender

Published on: 24th June, 2009

According to the Charlotte Observer, Carolina Panthers franchise player Julius Peppers has signed his tender. He will earn $16.683 million in 2009, and will be eligible for free agency at the end of the season.This ends a dramatic holdout in which Peppers refused to play again for the Panthers, requested ...

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