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Curry Shoff - The Charlotte Observer :
Cam Newton has been mentoring high schoolers at the 7-on-7 tournament to help build confidence in young quarterbacks. His younger brother Caylin Newton did not get any preferential treatment as he climbs the ranks in high school.
David Newton – ESPN.com :
Ian Mitchell-Dear – WhoDatDish.com :
Our neighbors from The Big Easy toss out five reasons why we won’t win the NFC South. The Saints are easily our top competition and I believe 2014 will be similar to 2013’s split 1-1.
Kealoha Pilares drops the picturesque postcard sunset –
— Kealoha Pilares (@kealohapilares) July 12, 2014
James Dator - Cat Scratch Reader :
Matt Lutovsky - SportingNews.com :
Fantasy football is right around the corner and Jerricho Cotchery could be a late round steal. He did pop off for 10 touchdowns last season. See the analysis of Cotchery’s fantasy impact in Carolina for 2014.
Max Henson - Panthers.com :
The preview of our wide receivers in the series of positional previews. The production will be there and the key is Cam Newton staying upright. Question is if one of the lower-tier guys like Tavarres King, Marvin McNutt, etc. can step up and snag a spot in the top-5.
James Dator – Cat Scratch Reader :
With all of the hype surrounding the LeBron James madness, the question gets posed how we would react if Cam Newton pulled this in Charlotte. Lots of burning jerseys and critics coming out of the woodworks.
Mac Attack on WFNZ CBS Sports Charlotte :
Former Panther defensive lineman Brentson Buckner appeared on the Mac Attack radio show on Charlotte’s 610 AM – The Fan. Here is opinions on the Panthers in ’14 and the Andre Johnson rumors.
Michael David Smith - ProFootballTalk.com :
Another article on the adversity that our WR unit is facing in ’14. Harsh criticism has been handled smoothly by our trio of receivers and they are just ready to get out on the field with Newton.
Adarius Glanton wears the #57 jersey and hints at the fact that we are a mere 8+ weeks away from invading the Buccaneers digs to open the season. Keep Pounding Cat Crave Nation… we will get there together!