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3 main X-Factors for the Carolina Panthers in 2019

3 main X-Factors for the Carolina Panthers in 2019

The Carolina Panthers finished the 2018 season with a 7-9 record. That record wasn’t good enough to make the playoffs, effectively ending their run early. However, a poor 2018 doesn’t necessarily have to foreshadow 2019. The Panthers have a lot of massive pieces in place that could help them to turn things around extremely quickly […] The post 3 main X-Factors for the Carolina Panthers in 2019 appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Cat Scratch Reader May 24, 2019
The Scratching Post: 5/24/19

The Scratching Post: 5/24/19

Here’s today’s collection of Panthers links for you to discuss. Greetings, internet users. Welcome to The Scratching Post. Here’s some reading material from outside CSR for you to consume. Daryl Williams, Matt Paradis limited but "progressing great" | Bill Voth, Panthers.comAssuming both return to full health, the Panthers are looking at a potentially strong offensive line. Panthers’ Curtis Samuel developing into a quality option at outside wide receiver | Austin Gayle, Pro Football FocusCarolina Panthers wide receiver Curtis Samuel has taken his role reversal in stride, going from...
ClutchPoints May 23, 2019
Carolina Panthers have shown interest in signing Gerald McCoy

Carolina Panthers have shown interest in signing Gerald McCoy

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers parted ways with defensive tackle Gerald McCoy after nine seasons with the team. It seems the Carolina Panthers can now be listed among his potential suitors this offseason. McCoy is already scheduled to meet with the Cleveland Browns on Friday. According to Jourdan Rodrigue of The Charlotte Observer, the Panthers have […] The post Carolina Panthers have shown interest in signing Gerald McCoy appeared first on ClutchPoints.
ClutchPoints May 23, 2019
Panthers owner David Tepper will concentrate only on team

Panthers owner David Tepper will concentrate only on team

Carolina Panthers owner David Tepper has a lot on his plate as a business owner but is trying to limit those so he can focus more on the team. According to Thomas Frank of CNBC, Tepper is returning the capital of outside investors in his Appaloosa Management hedge fund back to the investors. In simpler […] The post Panthers owner David Tepper will concentrate only on team appeared first on ClutchPoints.
ClutchPoints May 23, 2019
Panthers news: PFF shares insane grades for linebacker Luke Kuechly

Panthers news: PFF shares insane grades for linebacker Luke Kuechly

The Carolina Panthers had a tough year in 2018, but there are plenty of reasons for optimism heading into 2019. The team was 6-2 and appeared destined for the playoffs, until Newton’s shoulder gave out. If Newton is fully healthy, which the team insists he will be, there’s no reason to think they won’t be […] The post Panthers news: PFF shares insane grades for linebacker Luke Kuechly appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Cat Scratch Reader May 23, 2019
David Tepper reportedly scaling back hedge fund business to concentrate on Panthers ownership

David Tepper reportedly scaling back hedge fund business to concentrate on Panthers ownership

David Tepper made himself a multi-billionaire in hedge fund management, but it appears he is more fulfilled in his new role as owner of the Carolina Panthers, so he wants to concentrate on that. Being able to purchase an NFL team is one of the ultimate signs of financial success in America, and now that Carolina Panthers owner David Tepper has realized that dream, he appears prepared to leave his old life as a hedge fund manager behind. According to reports, Tepper plans to return the capital base of his company Appaloosa management to it’s investors, and convert to a smaller family...
Cat Scratch Reader May 23, 2019
4 stats from D.J. Moore’s rookie season that could lead him to the Pro Bowl and Super Bowl

4 stats from D.J. Moore’s rookie season that could lead him to the Pro Bowl and Super Bowl

D.J. Moore’s combination of potential, impact, production, and efficiency put him among some elite rookie wide receivers D.J. Moore had a solid rookie season after the Carolina Panthers selected him at No. 24 overall in the 2018 NFL draft. Despite playing for a team that doesn’t air the ball out very often and having a quarterback with a bum shoulder in Cam Newton, Moore still put up 55 receptions for 788 yards. But when looking even deeper into his rookie stats, Moore also averaged a healthy 14.3 yards per reception and 9.6 yards per target, which are both impressive feats for a...
Cat Scratch Reader May 23, 2019
Panthers 2019 OTAs Day 3 open thread

Panthers 2019 OTAs Day 3 open thread

Phase 1 of the Panthers’ Offseason Team Activities concludes today. The Panthers are currently engaged in Phase 1 of their Offseason Team Activities (aka OTAs), and you can follow along with the news coming out of Charlotte with our handy dandy Twitter feed below. A Twitter List by CatScratchReadr (If the embed doesn’t load for you, you can click this link to follow along.) Use this space to talk about the ‘action’ as it unfolds right before your eyes. You know the drill. This is now an open thread!
Cat Scratch Reader May 23, 2019
The Scratching Post: 5/23/19

The Scratching Post: 5/23/19

Here’s today’s collection of Panthers links for you to discuss. Greetings, internet users. Welcome to The Scratching Post. Here’s some reading material from outside CSR for you to consume. Curtis Samuel starts OTAs with reason to smile | Bryan Strickland, Panthers.comComing off a strong finish to the 2018 season, wide receiver Curtis Samuel hits the ground running. Who's the answer at safety? New and improved Rashaan Gaulden prepared to make his case | Max Henson, Panthers.comAfter a frustrating rookie season, the former third-round pick is beginning to understand the bigger...
Cat Scratch Reader May 22, 2019
David Tepper joined the RapSheet and Friends podcast to talk about his first year as an owner

David Tepper joined the RapSheet and Friends podcast to talk about his first year as an owner

The NFL’s newest owner spoke with Ian Rapoport for about ten minutes to reflect on owning an NFL franchise. Carolina Panthers owner David Tepper appeared on Wednesday’s episode of the RapSheet and Friends podcast. He speaks with Ian Rapoport for roughly ten minutes, starting at the 12:15 mark of the show. Tepper called his first year as an owner a whirlwind. He said there were some issues that needed to be corrected on the business side of the organization, and that was his initial focus. He says being the main owner of a team is like having a child, so he takes the highs and the lows...
ClutchPoints May 22, 2019
Panthers is confident Cam Newton will be throwing in training camp

Panthers is confident Cam Newton will be throwing in training camp

The Carolina Panthers continue to say all the right things about Cam Newton’s recovery. The star quarterback underwent another procedure on his shoulder after the season, which of course raised eyebrows. The team had previously said Newton was hoping to avoid another surgery, so it was concerning. That being said, they’ve insisted all along that […] The post Panthers is confident Cam Newton will be throwing in training camp appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Cat Scratch Reader May 22, 2019
Panthers 2019 OTAs Day 2 open thread

Panthers 2019 OTAs Day 2 open thread

Phase 1 of the Panthers’ Offseason Team Activities continues today. The Panthers are currently engaged in Phase 1 of their Offseason Team Activities (aka OTAs), and you can follow along with the news coming out of Charlotte with our handy dandy Twitter feed below. A Twitter List by CatScratchReadr (If the embed doesn’t load for you, you can click this link to follow along.) Use this space to talk about the ‘action’ as it unfolds right before your eyes. You know the drill. This is now an open thread!
Cat Scratch Reader May 22, 2019
The Scratching Post: 5/22/19

The Scratching Post: 5/22/19

Here’s today’s collection of Panthers links for you to discuss. Greetings, internet users. Welcome to The Scratching Post. Here’s some reading material from outside CSR for you to consume. 2019 Scout Camp Film Breakdown: Elijah Holyfield | Vincent Richardson, The Riot ReportWhat did the Panthers find in this UDFA running back and what are Elijah Holyfield’s chances to make the roster come the fall? Five things to watch during Panthers OTAs | Bryan Strickland, Panthers.comHere are some storylines that should heat up when organized team activities begin. Is Carolina Panthers...
Cat Scratch Reader May 21, 2019
Mose Frazier suffers broken arm on first day of OTAs

Mose Frazier suffers broken arm on first day of OTAs

The Panthers lost an exciting young prospect at wide receiver during today’s practice session. The Carolina Panthers have been dealt a dose of the injury bug on the first day of Organized Team Activities (aka OTAs) as wide receiver Mose Frazier suffered a broken arm in today’s first practice of the offseason, according to a report from Ian Rapoport. #Panthers WR Mose Frazier, a young pass-catcher they were excited about, broke his arm in OTAs today and is having surgery performed by team doctor Pat Connor, source said. Frazier led them in TDs in the preseason and was active the last 4...
Cat Scratch Reader May 21, 2019
Panthers 2019 OTAs Day 1 open thread

Panthers 2019 OTAs Day 1 open thread

Phase 1 of the Panthers’ Offseason Team Activities begins today. It’s that time of year again, y’all. OTAs begin today. Use this space to talk about the ‘action’ as it unfolds right before your eyes. You know the drill. This is now an open thread!

Panthers Player News

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  • Luke Kuechly

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