4 biggest losers of the Carolina Panthers 2021 offseason so far
Who are the biggest losers from the moves made by the Carolina Panthers during the 2021 offseason so far?
Things are now focused on getting things right on the field after an extremely busy few months for the Carolina Panthers. They are looking to build on some encouraging performances in 2020 and were incredibly active in terms of recruitment in pursuit of taking that next step.
Wholesale changes were made across the board once again, which was to be expected after the Panthers decided to fire general manager Marty Hurney and bring a progressive front office mind in Scott Fitterer to the organization from the Seattle Seahawks.
This has come with a great deal of excitement within the team’s fanbase, although it will count for nothing if Carolina cannot get it done in crucial situations.
It was their undoing last season – which was reflected in the Panthers losing an incredible eight games by one score – so if the new recruits hit the ground running and complement what Carolina already has, then they should be able to mix it will the league’s best teams in 2021.
Such big changes were obviously going to impact certain members of the roster.
This is all part of the cutthroat nature of the NFL and the Panthers have already proven to be ruthless in their decision-making process if they feel it can benefit the franchise.
With this in mind, let’s take a look at the four biggest losers of Carolina’s offseason so far.