All Panthers Stories of the Week
Samuel is entering the final year of his rookie deal, which means it's time for him to breakout. Players typically post their best seasons in a contract year and for Samuel, he must play big if he wants a hefty payday come next offseason. So, is this season a make-or-break type of season for him?
With the help of Will Ragatz of Inside the Vikings, we break down who I have pegged as the Panthers surprise player of the year, defensive end Stephen Weatherly.
Should Teddy Bridgewater struggle in 2020, what will the Panthers do? Turn to Will Grier? P.J. Walker? Someone else? Or just play it out for a top draft pick?
The 2020 season may not be the year for the Carolina Panthers as they enter year one of the rebuild under Matt Rhule, but that doesn't mean that there won't be standout players hailing from Carolina this fall. Today, we take a peek into which three Panthers could make the Pro Bowl for the first time in their career.
Many believe that the Carolina Panthers will be one of a handful of teams that will be in contention for the number one overall pick in 2021. There is belief that should the Panthers finish in the bottom three of the league, that the team would select a quarterback with their top pick. Today, we discuss whether or not the Panther will be in position to take one of the top quarterbacks in next year's draft class.
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