There is worry that the Carolina Panthers are being too quite about free agency.
Jason Cole, from the National Football Post, wrote an intriguing piece about the 2011 first round draft picks, in which the Panthers took Cam Newton with the first pick. Because of the new CBA (2011 draft was the first one under the new labor deal), the lucrative contract extensions for many big-time young players may not be there, but the issue is limited to the first round picks and Jason discusses why Colin Kaepernick could be a major problem for the Panthers, and other issues with Mac and Jim.
Former agent, turned writer for the National Football Post and CBSSports.com, Joel Corry, joins Mac and Jim to look at the Panthers cap situation entering the 2014 off-season.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) The Charlotte Bobcats have announced they’ve signed free agent forward Anthony Tolliver. The Bobcats made the move Monday but did not release financial terms of the deal.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) The Panthers have signed unrestricted free agent wide receiver Ted Ginn from the San Francisco 49ers.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) The Panthers have re-signed cornerback Captain Munnerlyn and signed unrestricted free agent safety Mike Mitchell from the Oakland Raiders.
NFL Network Jason LaCanfora: “The Money Hasn’t Been There This Season…We Haven’t Seen The Big Trades”
The Drive Friday 3-15-13 – Jason LaCanfora joins The Drive to talk NFL free agency. We talk about what the Panthers will do with Jordan Gross and some of their other veteran players, what has […]
NFL Network Albert Breer: “If I’m Dave Gettleman My First Priority Is Getting The Salary Cap Ready For The Next Few Years”
The Drive Thursday 3-14-13 – Albert Breer talks with The Drive about NFL free agency getting under way. They get into Wes Welker leaving New England, why the Carolina Panthers have sat back and not made any noise so far this year, and what they might do with some of their veterans.
Since the Super Bowl has ended, news around the NFL has been pretty quiet. Not too many teams are making moves, everyone is pretty much enjoying the off-season. But talked has stirred up within the past week as free agency is moments away.
Mac Attack 03/13/12; Steve Wyche from the NFL Network joined the guys to discuss the start of free agency and if the Panthers will be active for any of the top free agents on the market