Ravens’ WR Steve Smith called into WFNZ 610 AM The Fan’s “Bustin’ Loose” today to clear up rumors concerning his dismissal from the Carolina Panthers in the off season.
The Carolina Panthers have watched their last two games end in defeats, and in really big ways thanks to not enough offense and an almost nonexistent defense. Coach Ron Rivera is not going to let it continue or at least, he’s not going to let it continue with the players currently at each position.
The Carolina Panthers opened up the 2014 season much where they left off their 2013 NFC South Championship campaign. Shutting down opposing ground games, sacking QB’s, forcing turnovers and moving the ball and controlling clock on […]
The Chicago Bears are sitting at 2-2 as are the Carolina Panthers, but there are some big differences. Chicago has beaten two strong teams, lost once in overtime, and got beat by a good Packers’ team. Now, the Bears are visiting a Panthers’ team that is fading out of the NFC race fast.
Steve Smith said there would be “blood and guts” when he first faced off with his former team in the Carolina Panthers, and he wasn’t kidding. After two wins to open the season, the Panthers have lost two in a row and this week, they weren’t even close.
BALTIMORE (AP) — The most surprising aspect of Steve Smith’s performance against the Carolina Panthers was that it didn’t include taunts or bluster.
The Carolina Panthers don’t have a horribly long injury list, but the handful of names on it are causes for concern. The biggest problems are in the offensive backfield and the secondary, and those are problems they can’t afford with a game against the Baltimore Ravens coming up.
Ok, full disclosure, I am picking the Ravens to win this week 20-17. But, I do believe this game will be competitive and the Panthers can win it. And, here is how…..
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Panthers running back DeAngelo Williams is back — and so is his sense of humor.
Williams conducted an interview at his locker on Thursday wearing clear motorcycle goggles, a subtle response to Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith’s comments earlier this offseason about playing the Panthers.
OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) — When he was cut by the Carolina Panthers in March, Steve Smith cried. Smith spent his entire 13-year NFL career with the Panthers. The leading receiver in franchise history with 836 catches for 12,197 yards, Smith fully expected to add to those totals before being released in a cost-cutting move.