PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The Philadelphia Eagles have acquired running back Kenjon Barner from the Carolina Panthers for a conditional seventh-round draft choice in 2015.
Two year old son of the Minnesota running back in critical condition after beating while Vikings quarterback situation remains murky. Carolina in good shape looking to rebound from tough loss a week ago.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Help is on the way for DeAngelo Williams. Panthers coach Ron Rivera is optimistic rookie running back Kenjon Barner will see his first action Sunday when Carolina visits the Arizona Cardinals.
The Bills have five players out including some key backups while the Panthers look ready to play.
Seattle’s DE Chris Clemmons and CB Brandon Browner and Carolina’s DT Dwan Edwards and S Michael Mitchell could miss game
Even though Instagram now has video capabilities on its App, we still got to give love out to the people who still use the Vine App for their 7 seconds of looped video glory!
Mac Attack 05/29/13: Panthers RB Kenjon Barner joined the guys for the first time to discuss how he feels about being a Panther and the impact he will have on the team in his rookie season
James Dator, editor of SB Nation’s Cat Scratch Reader, joins Lewis to break down the Panthers’ draft picks and discuss what they learned about new GM Dave Gettleman. Was picking Star Lotulelei over Shariff Floyd the right call? Will the coaching staff be able to develop Edmund Kugbila into a productive offensive lineman? Should Jon Beason and DeAngelo Williams feel nervous about the A.J. Klein and Kenjon Barner selections?
Leading up to the draft, the Panthers’ first year GM Dave Gettleman made it known that he would build the team from the inside out. He preferred big linemen, or “hog mollies” as he called them. But we didn’t know just how much he loved them. And we didn’t know where he stood on the classic “draft for need” versus “draft best player available” debate. His first round selection of Star Lotulelei told us next to nothing.