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Reggie Anderson - WLTX.com :
The Carolina Panthers Roadshow rolled into Columbia, SC yesterday and fans got a taste of Panther pride in June. Threatening weather and humid temperatures didn’t keep the energy down as Thomas Davis and a handful of others met up with fans from around the Carolinas.
James Dator – Cat Scratch Reader :
The Queen City is so hot right now with Panthers and Hornets buzz in the air. I nice read on the turnaround and successes of the two Charlotte sports teams. The Knights’ new baseball stadium is beautiful and worth checking out as well if you’re in the Charlotte area.
Sam Spiegelman – NOLA.com :
In non-Panther news, there’s a new Moss rising through the receiving ranks in the Charlotte area. Randy Moss’ son is a 6’4″, 240-pound receiver at Victory Christian Center School, and Randy Moss is joining the coaching staff at this school. Both Moss’ were present at Cam Newton’s 7-on-7 tournament this past week.
Philly Brown putting in work with his brother…. on a steak. Is this how he got his nickname?
Me and my little brother ate a 24inch cheese steak today… Then slept for 6 hrs #swag
— corey brown (@phillybrown10) June 28, 2014
Maggie Hendricks - USAToday:
Another piece on how Cam Newton is establishing himself around the league. His play and production have finally surpassed his name and history at Auburn, as he moves to the front of the QB-class around the NFL.
Bryan Strickland – Panthers.com :
David Foucault is a hulking offensive lineman trying to stick to the Panthers’ roster. He knows he will have to earn it and is putting in a lot of time and effort to achieve his goal. Love the fire and tenacity of the Canadian Mauler!
David Newton - ESPN.com :
Do you know how large the new video boards are at The Bank? David Newton lets you in on the answer along with another crisp picture of the remodeled endzones and LED ribbons that span the circumference of the stadium. I drive past it almost everyday and am still in awe of the difference it makes. You will be to the first time you see it and hear the difference.
72 Days Cat Cravers until we hit the field at Raymond James Stadium! Keep Pounding through the humid summer months because it will all be worth it once September 7th rolls around.