Exercising His Option

Exercising His Option

                Cam’s rookie deal came on the coattails of the new collective bargaining deal, limiting the amount of money newly drafted players can earn. While the 2010 number one pick, Sam Bradford, signed a 6 year, 78 million dollar contract a year earlier; Cam was forced to settle for 4 years and 22 million with…

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Two in the Chamber: Panthers Sign Underwood and Cotchery

Carolina has been the butt of many jokes this offseason regarding their free agency activity. After releasing Steve Smith and choosing not to resign LaFell, Hixon, or Ginn, the receiving situation was looking dire. As targets continued to sign with other teams, fans became increasingly frustrated with the makeup of the team, but it’s what…

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Ron Rivera Signs Contract Extension

After two tough seasons, Rivera finally broke down the wall in his third, earning a contract extension that will keep him with the Panthers through the 2017 season. With one year remaining on his contract, Dave Gettleman opted to go ahead and lock Ron up for three additional years. When Dave was hired, Ron’s status…

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Previewing the 49ers: 2013-14 NFC Divisional Round

In early November, the Panthers went to Candlestick Park and came away with a 10-9 victory. Aside from the opening drive, San Francisco struggled all day to move the ball. On two of their scoring drives, they began on Carolina’s 41 and 24 yard lines. Colin Kaepernick threw for all of 91 yards and only…

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Paper Panthers: Receiving Corps Needs to Show Its Teeth

                In Carolina’s last game, without Steve Smith, Carolina wide receivers accounted for 4 receptions resulting in 22 yards. Cam completed more passes to his backfield (5) and Greg Olsen (6). That just isn’t going to do it on Sunday. Those completions came to Domenik Hixon and Ted Ginn, leaving primary receiver on the day,…