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Joe Person - The Charlotte Observer :

The two number 88’s in Charlotte sports are teaming up to help raise money for the Levine Children’s Hospital.  Lots of good being done locally and globally with this fundraiser, and for fans, the raffle prizes are pretty exciting.

Greg Olsen’s TJ is adorable! -

Reid Foster – :

A preview of our young cornerbacks and how the Panthers’ secondary has been overhauled this past offseason.

Tyler Horner - Bleacher Report :

Nate Chandler getting some love for his potential at locking down a starting OT position and how important it is for the Panthers’ offense.

Cover32 Staff :

If the Carolina Panthers want to win the NFC South crown, they will have to overcome the drama-filled offseason that they just experienced.

Joe Person - The Charlotte Observer :

Greg Olsen is embracing a new leadership role for Carolina and is tired of hearing the doubters talking negatively about the receivers.  

Nate Conley - WFNZ 610 Charlotte :

Audio from Wednesday’s show when Frank Schwab was on 610 The Fan to give his Panthers’ predictions. 

Bryan Strickland - :

The Panthers signed a couple of veteran depth linemen on Wednesday as Training Camp opens this Friday.  

David Newton – :

Here’s the checkbook report for the Panthers’ receiving unit.  Arguably the cheapest group of WRs in the league, but value is the name of the game.

Maggie Hendricks - USAToday :

Five reasons to believe in the Carolina Panthers.

Bryan Strickland - :

The return game will help finalize the Panthers’ roster and will need to dig deep to replicate the 2013 team.

Graham Gano is keeping busy and getting that boot warmed up for Friday - Staff Writers :

Cam Newton’s ankle will be tested fully at Training Camp.  He healed very quickly and we could see a more lethal version of Cam now that his ankle is injury-free.

Cindy Boren - Washington Post :

A look at how the Panthers fit into the NFC South equation.

Will Brinson - CBS Sports :

Just who will be the winning tackles to protect Cam Newton this season?

Mac Attack - WFNZ 610 Charlotte :

Greg Olsen went on the Mac Attack Sports Talk show on Wednesday and says he’s really impressed with what he has seen from rookie Kelvin Benjamin.

 45 Days until Sept 7th in Tampa and we bring back a classic Panther as a reminder.  Exciting days are getting closer Cat Crave Nation.  Training Camp kicks off tomorrow at Fan Fest at The Bank in Charlotte.  Keep Pounding!

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