With it being election season we had some fun with the Panthers General Manager Dave Gettleman.
From the NFL Network Ian Rapoport talks with Primetime about his reports that former Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith asked for his release from the team in the off-season. They also get into the Dallas Cowboys and if the team we saw on Sunday Night Football was for real, and we close by Ian saying a few final words about the Steve Smith story.
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.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — The Panthers selected wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin in the first round of the NFL draft hoping he could developing into the team’s No. 1 receiver down the road.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — The Panthers have announced they’ve signed second round draft pick Kony Ealy, a defensive end from Missouri.
Terms of the deal were not released Thursday.
Panthers GM Dave Gettleman was on the Mac Attack this morning in Charlotte to answer questions about the very busy and much discussed off season he has had. He talked about the LT situation, where he had Kelvin Benjamin and Marqise Lee on his draft board, Smitty’s exit, and his expectations for 2014-20015
Panthers linebacker, Thomas Davis, gave Mac and Jim a surprise visit this morning to promote his charity event this Friday and to discuss the off-season, the direction of the team and the ‘disappointing’ Greg Hardy news.
Will Brinson, from CBSSports.com joined the Mac Attack to discuss all the goings on with the Panthers
Former Bucs quarterback turned analyst, Shaun King, talks with Mac and Jim about the Panthers draft, off-season and is overtly critical about the job Dave Gettleman has done as the Panthers General Manager.
NFL Draft analyst from NBC Sports and Rotoworld, Josh Norris, joins the guys, despite losing his voice, to talk about each of the Panthers selections in this weekend’s draft. Two picks stuck out as picks he didn’t like and what pick he loved the most.