2020 Schedule

2020 Schedule
5-11, 3rd in NFC South
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11dChris Low

Sources: Satterfield to be South Carolina OC

Carolina Panthers assistant coach Marcus Satterfield has agreed to a deal to become South Carolina's offensive coordinator, sources told ESPN.

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13dMark Schlabach

Peetz, mentored by Brady, joins LSU as new OC

LSU has hired Jake Peetz, who worked under former Tigers assistant Joe Brady with the Carolina Panthers, as its new offensive coordinator.

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20dDavid Newton

RB McCaffrey ending 2020 on sideline yet again

Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey (quad) will miss his seventh straight game and 13th on the season as Carolina tries to play spoiler against the Saints.

22d

Washington beaten by Panthers, fails to clinch NFC East

— Dwayne Haskins turned the ball over three times before getting benched, Steven Sims muffed a punt return that turned into a Panthers touchdown and Washington blew its first chance to clinch the NFC East by losing to Carolina 20-13 Sunday.

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27dDavid Newton

Panthers' McCaffrey likely out vs. Washington

Panthers RB Christian McCaffrey is very doubtful to play in Sunday's game vs. Washington. If he's out, it'll be the 12th game -- and sixth straight -- missed by the NFL's highest-paid back this season.

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29dJohn Keim

Rivera focused on win vs. Panthers, not revenge

Although he is set to coach against his former team this Sunday, Ron Rivera said the matchup between Washington and the Panthers is about winning, not revenge.

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34d

Campbell, Slater again among Rooney finalists

Baltimore defensive end Calais Campbell is a three-time finalist and New England wide receiver Matthew Slater a finalist for a second straight year (and third overall) for the Art Rooney Sportsmanship Award announced by the NFL on Tuesday.

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38dJeremy Fowler

Source: Panthers to fine players for virus issues

The Carolina Panthers are expected to hand out fines of at least $10,000 to players who broke COVID-19 protocols during the bye week, a league source told ESPN.

Team Stats

Passing Yards243.018th
Rushing Yards106.521st
Points For21.923rd
Points Against25.115th