It was a historic spring meeting for the NFL down in Atlanta for a bunch of reasons.
by: Katherine Peralta — Charlotte Observer 59m
Carolina Panthers founder Jerry Richardson is on his way out, but the investigation of workplace misconduct allegations against him remains the elephant in the room among NFL owners.
by: Erik Sommers — SB Nation: Cat Scratch Reader 2h
In what would certainly be one of the greatest moments of your life, how would you enjoy and relish in it?
by: Danny Jaillet — Fansided: Cat Crave 2h
These three Carolina Panthers will bounce back in 2018. Coming off an 11-5 season, there were not many things the Carolina Panthers needed to improve on. C...
by: Tim Weaver — USA Today: Panthers Wire 3h
The Carolina Panthers made a number of offseason additions on both sides of the ball. As we learned last year though, not every new player is going to have a positive impact on the team. While brin…
by: email@example.com (Vinnie Iyer) — Sporting News 4h
With the Panthers, new team owner David Tepper is inheriting a well-managed, successful NFL team. But that means the bottom line starts higher for coach Ron Rivera and general manager Marty Hurney.
by: David Newton — ESPN: NFL Nation 8h
Unafraid to speak his mind and make bold moves, the billionaire seems destined to shake up the culture of the franchise founded by Jerry Richardson.
by: Katherine Peralta — Charlotte Observer 9h
NFL owners on Tuesday unanimously approved billionaire David Tepper as the next owner of the Carolina Panthers. Tepper, the hedge fund manager, is getting used to life in the spotlight as Tepper, the NFL team owner.
by: Ben Williamson — WBTV 17h
The owner of the Dallas Cowboys addressed the media after the approval of the sale of the Carolina Panthers discussing both David Tepper and former Panthers owner, Jerry Richardson.
by: Nate Bouda — NFL Trade Rumors 20h
Follow @nfltrade_rumors Packers Here’s what Packers QB Aaron Rodgers said Tuesday when asked whether he thinks they should sign WR Dez Bryant. “Well, we like young receivers, so I’m assuming that’s the way they’re going to keep going,” Rodgers said, via.
by: AP — Fox Sports 20h
ATLANTA (AP) The NFL approved a new owner for the Carolina Panthers, passed a rule to eject players who hit with their helmets, and took steps to spice up the kickoff.