The Carolina Panthers finally know when they will be heading to Wofford…
Good news Carolina Panthers fans, the football season is almost here. After much buildup this offseason about what the team is going to look like, and the new acquisitions made by general manager Marty Hurney, fans will finally get to see their new-look Panthers.
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For those unfamiliar, the Carolina Panthers train at Wofford College in Spartanburg, S.C. and have done so every year since they began play in 1995. Per the training camp’s website, it has been ranked top five in the National Football League for fan friendliness by Peter King of Sports Illustrated.
The reporting date is July 25 courtesy of Josh Alper of ProFootballTalk.com. Both rookies and veterans will report that day.
Going to NFL training camps are a ton of fun as a football fan. Living in Massachusetts, I have attended the New England Patriots training camps for a number of years now. It is a nice way to get up close to the action and see what teams look like for the upcoming year. The fact that it is free is also a welcome bonus
As a big-time football fan, I hate that for the most part, the practices are very vanilla in the sense that you do not see much schematically. Of course, that is by design. Even still, it is fun to see and hear the sounds of football again.
Panthers fans certainly have a lot to look forward to this year. With a reloaded roster, the team should be in a great spot to make some noise in the National Football League.