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Carolina Panthers

Stadium: Bank of America Stadium | Coach: Ron Rivera
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense16th127.2 (7th)219.4 (19th)
Defense10th112.0 (16th)227.8 (11th)


Sun Sep 7
W 20 - 14at TB
Sun Sep 14
W 24 - 7DET
Sun Sep 21
L 37 - 19PIT
Sun Sep 28
L 38 - 10at BAL
Sun Oct 5
W 31 - 24CHI
Sun Oct 12
37 - 37at CIN
Sun Oct 19
L 38 - 17at GB
Sun Oct 26
L 13 - 9SEA
Thu Oct 30
L 28 - 10NO
Mon Nov 10
L 45 - 21at PHI
Sun Nov 16
L 19 - 17ATL
Sun Nov 30
L 31 - 13at MIN
Sun Dec 7
W 41 - 10at NO
Sun Dec 14
W 19 - 17TB
Sun Dec 21
W 17 - 13CLE
Sun Dec 28
W 34 - 3at ATL
Sat Jan 3
W 27 - 16ARI
Sat Jan 10
L 31 - 17at SEA


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Former Panthers GM accuses Patriots of foul play in Super Bowl XXXVIII
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com

The Deflategate controversy is certainly a hot topic right now, and it seems everyone under the sun is giving their opinion about it. One interesting opinion, however, comes from former Panthers general manager Marty Hurney, who was with Carolina when the Panthers lost, 32-29, to New England in Super Bowl XXXVIII.

Hurney, who is now a radio talk show host in Charlotte and ESPN NFL Insider, has been suspect of the Patriots for a long time.

"There isn't a day that goes by since [then] that I haven't questioned ... that there were some things done that might have been beyond the rules that may have given them a three-point advantage,'' Hurney said during his radio show, per ESPN. "And I can't prove anything, and that's why I'm very angry. And the anger has come back over the last couple of days that commissioner Roger Goodell decided to shred all of the evidence after Spygate because I think there were a lot of things in there that would bring closure to a lot of people."

In 2007, it was revealed the Patriots were caught illegally taping sideline defensive signals from Jets coaches during the team's season opener. The Spygate controversy led to accusations such activity has been going on since 2000.

"There are people who swear to me that the Patriots taped our practice down in Houston during Super Bowl week," Hurney said. "I can't prove it. I don't know. And I hate talking like this because I feel like a bad loser, but it just gnaws at you and this latest incident brings it back up."

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GM Gettleman 'confident' Panthers will sign Cam Newton to new deal
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com

Panthers quarterback Cam Newton will be a free agent after the 2015 season unless he comes to terms with Carolina on a contract extension. It appears, however, the Panthers are working hard to make it happen.

"What I feel confident of is, in time, something will happen," general manager Dave Gettleman told the Charlotte Observer. "He’s our franchise quarterback. I want him here."

Newton, who was the No. 1 pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, is 30-31-1 in four seasons. He has led Carolina to two straight playoff appearances.

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'Strong possibility' RB DeAngelo Williams gets released
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com

With Jonathan Stewart shining down the stretch and earning the right to start next season, there's a "strong possibility" the Panthers will release running back DeAngelo Williams, reports ESPN.com. The move would save Carolina $2 million against the cap.

Williams, 31, played in just six games this season due to injuries. He averaged 3.5 yards per carry and did not score.

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Report: Panthers sign WR Mike Brown to futures contract
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com

The Panthers have signed wide receiver Mike Brown to a futures contract, according to jacksonville.com. Brown spent two seasons with the Jaguars, including 2013 when Brown caught 32 passes for 446 yards and two touchdowns. 

He played sparingly in 2014, catching just seven passes for 88 yards in five games for Jacksonville.

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Ravens' staff agrees to coach Pro Bowl squad
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com

With the Broncos' coaching staff in total flux, the Ravens' staff agreed to coach one of the two Pro Bowl squads, reports the Baltimore Sun. The NFL extended the invitation Monday night, and the Ravens accepted Tuesday after coach John Harbaugh polled his assistants, the report said.

The game will be played Jan. 25 at the University of Phoenix Stadium.

It's not yet clear who will coach the other Pro Bowl team. The Cowboys' staff would be the choice as the highest-seeded NFC team eliminated in the divisional playoffs, but Dallas is working on re-signing head coach Jason Garrett. His assistants are not under contract, either.

If the league doesn't reach an arrangement with the Cowboys, it could turn to the Panthers.

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