Colin Hoggard and Danny Guy discuss who’s still available in free agency for the Panthers, “the plan” and wonder if you can be a fan of the long term plan while thinking the Panthers may be in trouble in the short term.
As Panther Nation says goodbye, a new chapter in a great career is opened.
Recently Retired NFL Linebacker London Fletcher Talks Life After Football. Fletcher also touches on free agency, his time in Washington and where the NFL is headed. What are London Fletcher’s thoughts on the Steve Smith saga?
The guys look at the WR position, focusing on potential free agent and draft targets. While there is some Agent 89 discussion, the guys try to turn the page and focus on improving the Panthers
Last Tuesday Panthers DE Greg Hardy signed his franchise tender as Hardy and his agent try to workout a long-term deal with Carolina. With this move, Hardy is guaranteed his $13 million salary and it applies to the Panthers salary cap immediately. Although mandatory team activities don’t begin for awhile, Hardy is now required to attend them since he signed his tender.
It seems once again that a bigger picture is being missed when it comes to a proposed change in the way that the NFL has been played since the time that we all started watching.
On this week’s episode of QCB Unleashed, Q talks about how the Chicago Bears released famous punt returner Devin Hester from their team.
Using several mock drafts, we’re trying to get a better idea of who might be available for the Panthers to select in the first round. Using average draft position as selection order, the Panthers are left with options at multiple need positions.
Colin Hoggard and Danny Guy discussing moving on (both in free agency and the draft) after Jordan Gross retires, the impact of tagging Hardy, priorities in the secondary and can the Panthers afford to part ways with 89?
Now that Greg Hardy has been tagged, what is Panthers GM Dave Gettleman’s next move? Len Martez & Colin Hoggard discuss the future of the Panthers’ roster plus the Virginia Cavaliers winning the ACC.
Panthers Defeat Erring Ravens 34-27