NFL Writer Andrew Garda Talks About DeAngelo Williams’ Comments and what the Panthers should do in the upcoming draft. Are the Panthers still the team to beat in the NFC South.
Jamie Dukes, from the NFL Network joins Mac and Jim and immediately fires a salvo at Panthers Nation about the Panthers off-season and flips the interview around on Mac by asking him questions, mocks the Panthers weapons, discusses the draft and puts Cam in Tiger and LeBron’s class.
Mike Florio joined “The Mac Attack” and discussed Cam Newton’s injured ankle, Panthers lack of free agency moves and what some of the concerns should be for the Panthers master plan. Florio gave insight into […]
I just want to know, who saw this one coming? You could have won a lot of money had you bet after the Panthers playoff loss to the 49ers that the two elderstatesmen of the team, Jordan Gross AND Steve Smith both would no longer be members of the Panthers before the weekend hit for the ACC Tournament.
Former Carolina Panther wide receiver, Muhsin Muhammad, joins Mac and Jim to talk about the departure of his former teammate, Steve Smith, Dave Gettleman and the future of the Panthers.
Fresh of announcing his retirement, Panthers left tackle Jordan Gross talked with mac and Jim about a myriad of topics including his teammates, Dave Gettleman, injuries, weight loss, and his future plans. Some highlights: Ryan […]
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — One longtime Carolina Panther called it quits on Wednesday, while another may be headed out the door behind him.
Panthers General Manager Dave Gettleman joined Mac and Jim to discuss the upcoming offseason. He discusses Ron Rivera growing, the importance of a teaching coaching staff, being misunderstood about Cam, and Cam’s development.
Panther Radio Color Analyst Eugene Robinson Provides A Season Wrap-Up. Eugene talks about Dave Gettleman’s press conference and what kind of moves do the Panthers need to make over the off-season?
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman have expressed confidence in quarterback Cam Newton and coach Ron Rivera following the team’s first playoff season in five years.