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The Panthers hired former Seahawks executive Scott Fitterer as their new general manager.
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Miami, which has two first-round picks, and Carolina, which drafts at No. 8, will get prime opportunities to see prospects in person in Mobile, Alabama.
The Panthers will host former Washington quarterback Dwayne Haskins for a visit on Monday, a source confirmed to ESPN's David Newton.
Carolina Panthers assistant coach Marcus Satterfield has agreed to a deal to become South Carolina's offensive coordinator, sources told ESPN.
LSU has hired Jake Peetz, who worked under former Tigers assistant Joe Brady with the Carolina Panthers, as its new offensive coordinator.
— Drew Brees threw for 201 yards and three touchdowns, the Saints had five interceptions and New Orleans defeated the Carolina Panthers 33-7 on Sunday to wrap up the No. 2 seed in the NFC playoffs.
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.
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— 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.
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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Kevin Greene, the longtime NFL star who terrorized opposing quarterbacks throughout his 15-year career, died Monday, the Pro Football Hall of Fame said.
Owner David Tepper and coach Matt Rhule are disciples of analytics, and they'll look for somebody more compatible as the next general manager.
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.
The Panthers have fired general manager Marty Hurney. Seeking a "refresh," owner David Tepper said the search for a new GM will begin immediately.
— Aaron Jones rushed for 145 yards and a touchdown as the Green Bay Packers reached the end zone on their first three series before hanging on to beat the Carolina Panthers 24-16 on Saturday night.
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Panthers receiver DJ Moore was activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list Wednesday and will play Saturday against the Packers.
Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey is not expected to play in Saturday's game at Green Bay due to a thigh injury.
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.
— Drew Lock threw for 280 yards and a career-high four touchdowns, Diontae Spencer returned a punt 83 yards for his first career score and the Denver Broncos held on to beat the Carolina Panthers 32-27 on Sunday.
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.