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Carolina Panthers

Stadium: Bank of America Stadium | Coach: Ron Rivera
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense11th142.6 (2nd)224.3 (24th)
Defense6th88.4 (4th)234.5 (11th)

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Sun, February 7
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Carolina Panthers
Denver Broncos

Game Leaders

Passing: C. Newton (18-41, 265)
Rushing: C. Newton (6-45)
Receiving: C. Brown (4-80)

Passing: P. Manning (13-23, 141)
Rushing: C. Anderson (23-90)
Receiving: E. Sanders (6-83)


Sun Sep 13
W 20 - 9at JAC
Sun Sep 20
W 24 - 17HOU
Sun Sep 27
W 27 - 22NO
Sun Oct 4
W 37 - 23at TB
Sun Oct 18
W 27 - 23at SEA
Sun Oct 25
W 27 - 16PHI
Mon Nov 2
W 29 - 26IND
Sun Nov 8
W 37 - 29GB
Sun Nov 15
W 27 - 10at TEN
Sun Nov 22
W 44 - 16WAS
Thu Nov 26
W 33 - 14at DAL
Sun Dec 6
W 41 - 38at NO
Sun Dec 13
W 38 - 0ATL
Sun Dec 20
W 38 - 35at NYG
Sun Dec 27
L 20 - 13at ATL
Sun Jan 3
W 38 - 10TB
Sun Jan 17
W 31 - 24SEA
Sun Jan 24
W 49 - 15ARI
Sun Feb 7
L 24 - 10at DEN


New Orleans7-9-03-3-0
Tampa Bay6-10-03-3-0
Panthers' Thomas Davis: Will be unrestricted free agent
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Thomas Davis ' (forearm) contract automatically voided Thursday, making him an unrestricted free agent as of March 15, the Charlotte Observer reports.

The stipulation was placed in the two-year deal that Davis signed last June, which served to spread out his signing bonus and dampen the salary cap hit. After playing valiantly through a broken right forearm in the Super Bowl, the soon-to-be 33-year-old will have to decide whether the risk of another serious injury is worth it. However, he cobbled together the second-most tackles on the Carolina Panthers in 2015 -- or 105, to be exact -- so the production is still in line with his history when healthy.

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Panthers' Jerricho Cotchery: Set to hit free agency
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Jerricho Cotchery will be a free agent in March, Joe Person of the Charlotte Observer reports.

The Carolina Panthers added a voidable year to Cotchery's contract to get some cap relief in 2015. The move will cost the team a $1.35 million cap hit in 2016, but it doesn't necessarily mean that Cotchery's tenure in Carolina will come to an end. Regardless, the 33-year-old wideout is long past his days of fantasy relevance.

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Panthers' Mike Tolbert: Totals 18 yards rushing, fumbles twice in Super Bowl loss
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Mike Tolbert gained 18 yards on five carries in Sunday's 24-10 Super Bowl loss to the Broncos. He also fumbled twice, losing one.

The eight-year veteran had a difficult time holding onto the ball against an opportunistic and hard-hitting Denver front seven, getting stripped at the Broncos 40-yard line in the second quarter by Darian Stewart after a game-long 11-yard run. Tolbert was also separated from the ball in the first quarter, but was able to recover. The Coastal Carolina product was once again used sparingly on offense in his fourth Carolina Panthers season, carrying the ball 62 times and securing 18 receptions. However, he served as valuable veteran insurance in Jonathan Stewart's first season as a feature back, and heads into free agency with the likelihood of filling a similar role on either the Panthers or another club in 2016.

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Panthers' Jerricho Cotchery: Totals 17 yards receiving in Super Bowl loss
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Jerricho Cotchery secured two of five targets for 17 yards in Sunday's 24-10 Super Bowl loss to the Broncos.

The veteran had some trouble hanging on to the ball, failing to come down with a couple of contested passes against a swarming Broncos secondary. The 12-year veteran nevertheless was a productive component of the Carolina Panthers offense in 2015, grabbing 39 receptions (26 of which went for first downs) for 485 yards and three touchdowns as one of Cam Newton's most trusted move-the-chain targets. While his 80-plus reception years are in the rearview mirror, Cotchery's character in the locker room and savvy on the field figure to earn him a spot on an NFL roster in 2016.

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Panthers' Devin Funchess: Totals 40 yards receiving in Super Bowl loss
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Funchess secured two of five targets for 40 yards in Sunday's 24-10 Super Bowl loss to the Broncos.

The Michigan product's highlight of the game was a key 24-yard grab on third down late in the second quarter, helping to extend a Panthers drive that ultimately ended at the Denver 45-yard line as the half came to a close. However, Funchess was only able to tally one other reception despite fellow receiver Corey Brown's third-quarter exit with a concussion. After a slow start to his rookie campaign, Funchess came on to record 24 receptions and five touchdowns over the last nine weeks of the regular season, and he and the returning Kelvin Benjamin (knee) will serve as perhaps the tallest wide receiver tandem in the league in 2016.

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