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Carolina Panthers

Carolina Panthers take precautions against heat

The heat index was 96 when the Carolina Panthers hit the practice field. That was for yesterday morning's session at Wofford College in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Full story...

Panthers sign second-round pick Jarrett

The Carolina Panthers today signed second-round pick Dwayne Jarrett to a four-year contract worth nearly $4 million. Full story...

Panthers open camp in Spartanburgs

There's less pressure this year, no one thinks the Panthers are favorites for the Super Bowl, unlike last year. The team stumbled to an eight and eight record last year. Full story...

Panthers scrambling to avoid holdouts

The Carolina Panthers have avoided a holdout involving defensive tackle Kris Jenkins. Now they're trying to sign their top three draft picks before training camp starts Friday. Full story...

Panthers sign 3rd round pick Johnson

The Carolina Panthers have signed their third-round draft pick, defensive end Charles Johnson of Georgia. Full story...

Poll: Carolina Panthers, UNC top list of fan favorites

When it comes to sports, North Carolinians play favorites. According to a new survey, sports fans rank U-N-C and the Carolina Panthers as the top sports organizations in the state. And about a third of the state follows NASCAR. Full story...

Minter, Rucker big fans of new Panthers' offense

Mike Minter and Mike Rucker used to know what was coming when they lined up in practice against the Carolina Panthers' offense. Full story...

Panthers sign punter Baker to extension

The Carolina Panthers have signed Jason Baker to a five-year, $8.5 million extension. It makes him one of the NFL's highest-paid punters. Full story...

Delhomme, Panthers sprint away from 2006

Jake Delhomme was pretty worn out today after running back-and-forth sprints at Carolina Panthers workouts. Full story...

Carstens determined to return to Panthers despite kidney disease

Jordan Carstens came to Carolina Panthers practice late last season thinking he had pulled a muscle in his rib cage. But the problem was much more serious. Full story...