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  1. 2018 NFL schedule: NFC South
    The 2018 NFL regular-season schedule was released Thursday. Here's a team-by-team look at the schedules for each team in the NFC South.
  2. Thomas Davis violates PED policy, will miss four games
    Thomas Davis announced on Twitter he has violated the league's performance-enhancing drugs policy and will be suspended the first four games of the 2018 season.
  3. Carolina Panthers expected to sign Bashaud Breeland
    Less than a week after creating a void at corner via trade, Carolina is using free agency to fill it. The Panthers are expected to sign Bashaud Breeland, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.
  4. Christian McCaffrey helps save 72-year-old hiker
    Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey was one of several people who helped save a badly injured man on a hike this past weekend.
  5. Panthers likely to franchise tag kicker Graham Gano
    Graham Gano is staying put. The Panthers are more likely to place their franchise tag on Gano, their kicker of six seasons whose four-year contract expired this year, than on guard Andrew Norwell.
  6. Panthers interim GM Marty Hurney reinstated by team
    Carolina Panthers interim general manager Marty Hurney was reinstated Friday after he was placed on paid administrative leave amid an NFL investigation into harassment accusations made against him.
  7. Panthers QB coach: No need to change Cam Newton
    Panthers coach Ron Rivera said upon hiring Norv Turner that he wanted to see Cam Newton get to "another level." That level, however, won't necessarily include making Cam a statuesque pocket passer.
  8. Luke Kuechly reportedly underwent shoulder surgery
    Carolina Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechly is recovering from shoulder surgery, according to the Charlotte Observer. Kuechly skipped the Pro Bowl with an unspecified injury.
  9. Carolina Panthers' Julius Peppers has shoulder surgery
    Carolina Panthers future Hall of Fame defensive end Julius Peppers underwent surgery on his right shoulder Thursday, the team announced.
  10. Panthers' Ryan Kalil says 2018 season will be his last
    Ryan Kalil's 2018 season will be his last in the NFL. The Carolina Panthers center made that clear on Tuesday. The veteran, who turns 33 in March, has played his entire career with Carolina.
  11. Panthers to start GM interviews with Hurney, Raye
    Carolina's search for its next general manager is set to start this week. The Panthers will begin interviews for the vacant position, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero and NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.
  12. No punishment for Panthers' handling of Cam Newton
    The NFL and NFLPA have completed their joint investigation into the team's handling of the concussion protocol involving QB Cam Newton during Carolina's playoff loss to the Saints.
  13. Carolina Panthers promote Eric Washington to DC
    With Steve Wilks leaving Carolina for the Arizona Cardinals' head coaching job, the Panthers wasted no time in naming Eric Washington as their new defensive coordinator.
  14. Norv Turner named Panthers offensive coordinator
    The Carolina Panthers announced on Friday they've named Norv Turner their offensive coordinator. Turner takes over for Mike Shula, who was fired Tuesday.
  15. Julius Peppers undecided on returning for 2018 season
    Veteran pass-rusher Julius Peppers remains undecided on whether he'll be back for the 2018 season, according to NFL Network's Tiffany Blackmon. Peppers is set to become a free agent in March.