Carolina Panthers

Latest news from for Carolina Panthers
  1. International players added to four practice squads
    The NFL announced Thursday, the Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, New Orleans Saints, Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- will each carry an additional overseas player on their practice squads.
  2. Benjamin: 'I need to be in the best shape of my life'
    Kelvin Benjamin understands that if he's going to become an upper-echelon receiver, he's got to be in peak shape. And to do so, KB knows he must shed pounds.
  3. Panthers plan to limit Thomas Davis' snaps this season
    With former first rounder Shaq Thompson entering his third season, new DC Steve Wilks wants to get the young player on the field more. However, that plan will come at the expense of Thomas Davis.
  4. Panthers coach: Julius Peppers 'aged extremely well'
    The Panthers gambled on Julius Peppers' continued age-defying ability when they signed him to a one-year deal in March. After a few workouts, they believe he looks just as good as he did in 2009.
  5. Ron Rivera: Kelvin Benjamin working to shed weight
    Panthers receiver Kelvin Benjamin showed up to camp "a little heavy," Ron Rivera announced last week. The coach, however, said this week the wideout has been putting in the work to shed the pounds.
  6. Christian McCaffrey signs rookie deal with Panthers
    Christian McCaffrey has officially joined the Carolina Panthers. The team announced Thursday they have signed the running back to a four-year contract with a fifth-year option.
  7. Panthers' Michael Oher cited for misdemeanor assault
    Carolina Panthers offensive tackle Michael Oher was cited for misdemeanor assault after allegedly getting into a physical altercation with an Uber driver in Nashville last month.
  8. Carolina Panthers cut veteran safety Tre Boston
    The Panthers cut ties with a 10-game starter form 2016. The team announced it waived safety Tre Boston on Tuesday. Boston earned double-digit starts for the first time in his career last season.
  9. Shula: Panthers' weapons will help Cam be like Brady
    Over the weekend, Carolina provided Cam Newton with dynamic dual-threat running back Christian McCaffrey and utility slot man, and former Ohio State running back, Curtis Samuel.
  10. Ron Rivera: Kelvin Benjamin 'a little heavy' again
    Kelvin Benjamin's size is part of what makes him an excellent receiver for the Panthers. But the big-bodied wideout is again a little too big at this point in the offseason, coach Ron Rivera said.
  11. Undrafted LB Ben Boulware signed by Panthers
    Clemson LB Ben Boulware went undrafted, but was signed to a free-agent contract by the Carolina Panthers.
  12. Panthers add speedster Curtis Samuel in Round 2
    Carolina selected Ohio State slash player Curtis Samuel with the 40th overall pick less than 24 hours after taking Stanford's pass catching running back Christian McCaffrey in the first round.