Clayton Gring, the father of George Gring who was a part of an ESPN My Wish episode this past weekend with Cam Newton and the Panthers explains the tremendous impact it had on his son and the memories he will cherish forever
This week is ESPN’s Make-A-Wish week where kids who are battling life-threatening diseases get the chance to make their dreams come true and meet their favorite athletes.
Six-year-old George Gring of Houston, Texas, who has battled lymphoma and treatments of chemotherapy, had the opportunity to meet his favorite player Cam Newton and play with his team the Carolina Panthers.
The NFL Shop just released their top selling NFL Jerseys for 2014 so far this season. Even though our very own Cam Newton ranked #23 overall, he along with our other Panthers have time to increase their number of jersey sales.
Monday’s Must Reads: Panthers Season Preview, Hornets Vegas Wrap Up and Big 12 Media Day
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — The Panthers must decide how Pro Bowl defensive end Greg Hardy’s conviction on charges of assault on a female and communicating threats will impact his long-term future in Carolina.
Longtime Charlotte attorney and legal specialist George Laughrun gives his expert advice on the Greg Hardy case that will go to trial, Mike Florio from PFT/NBC gave his NFL/legal take, and Joe Person who covered the case for the Charlotte Observer also joined the show
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Panthers Pro Bowl defensive end Greg Hardy was found guilty Tuesday night of assaulting a female and communicating threats.
Mecklenburg County Judge Rebecca Thorn-Tin sentenced Hardy to 18 months’ probation. A 60-day jail sentence was suspended.
Testimony for the Carolina Panthers defensive end & Pro Bowler Greg Hardy started Tuesday morning, and Twitter was a buzz with activity concerning the trial.
As the summer days start to heat up, so does the Carolina Panthers’ offseason. With training camp just around the corner we’re taking a look ahead at the top 5 players to watch for in the upcoming weeks.
Longtime NFL front office executive Greg Gabriel of the National Football Post joined the guys to discuss his take on the 2014 NFL season and what to expect from the Panthers. He explains why he thinks they will finish second in the NFC South and how they compare to Atlanta and Tampa Bay
Panthers Fans Tailgate At Doghouse For Saints Game
It’s tough to keep up with all the action in NFL. Here’s your recap for Week 17 in the NFL.