Jordan Gross Retires From The Panthers, Looks Forward To New Things
Jordan Gross talks with The Drive about his retirement from the league, whats next for him, and what some of his best memories are from his time with the Panthers.
Jordan Gross the long time Carolina Panther retired today after so many years with the team we first ask what his most memorable moment was.
“I think my proudest moment was at Atlanta this season winning the Division Championship to be able to be a part of that and do that was special”
Coming from Utah and spending his entire career here in Charlotte what does the city mean to him and his family?
“We came here and felt so welcome and it just felt like home…how connected we’ve been to the city…this is home now”
Going back to his best moments as a Panther we get his top 3.
“After winning the NFC Championship in Philly was big for me…Losing the Superbowl was also big and Coach Fox’s last game at Atlanta in 2010 was a sad moment for me.”
Finally we ask what he thinks the Panthers should do in this years draft.
“Tackle is definitely a place we need to address…I think we need to get a receiver in addition to bringing back the guys we already have”
Look for Jordan to continue his celebrity kickball game in early April that benefits his charity for Cystic Fibrosis visit the website KickCF.com