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What’s The Panthers’ BIGGEST Problem? OWNER Jerry Richardson!

Insanity is widely defined as doing the same thing over & over again and expecting Different Results. Since 1995, that is precisely what Carolina Panthers Owner “BIG CAT” better known as Jerry Richardson has done with his beloved and maligned franchise.

09/18/2013

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Panthers Keep Rivera: Good or Bad?

Not lost in the shuffle of Ray Lewis’ last home game, RGIII’s injury, and Alabama winning its third national championship in four years is the decision by the Carolina Panthers (mainly Jerry Richardson) to keep head coach Ron Rivera on for his upcoming third season.

Sports Radio 610AM WFNZ The Fan–01/08/2013

CHARLOTTE, NC - NOVEMBER 18: Coach Ron Rivera of the Carolina Panthers watches the replay board after his team was called for a late hit personal foul late in the fourth quarter against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Bank of America Stadium on November 18, 2012 in Charlotte, North Carolina. Tampa Bay won 27-21 in overtime. (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)

Unsure Of His Head Coaching Future, Ron Rivera Believes The Panthers Are ‘Trending Upward’

There are just two games left in the season and it could be the final audition for Ron Rivera to remain as head coach of the Carolina Panthers for at least another year. The 5-9 record notwithstanding, the Panthers are playing their best football of the year, but how far will it go with owner Jerry Richardson?

12/18/2012

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Ron Rivera Needs To Be Told He Will Return As Panthers Head Coach For 2013

What is more important: How you begin or how you finish? For head coach Ron Rivera, the Panthers have begun to turn things around, but is it too late to keep his job beyond 2012. Over the last half-dozen games, Carolina is a .500 club and deserves a commitment for at least one more year from owner Jerry Richardson.

12/12/2012

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Two Fired, More Expected As Panthers Continue The Tinkering Process Going Forward

Special teams coordinator Brian Murphy is the latest member of the Panthers to be shown the door, so it is a pretty good bet there will be more to follow. So as long as everyone is being “evaluated,” isn’t it time to look at those who run the offense for the defensive-minded head coach, Ron Rivera?

11/14/2012

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Even After A Win, Panthers’ Ron Rivera Can’t Escape Speculation About Head Coaching Future

Ron Rivera has drawn his share of criticism, but how much of it is really deserved? With a little luck, the Panthers could be 4-4 and few would be looking for an exit strategy for the head coach. Maybe the media should cut him some slack and give him a chance to succeed in Charlotte.

11/07/2012

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In The Trenches, Greg Hardy Has Entrenched Himself In A Sack Happy Panthers’ Defense

There is a big difference in the Panthers’ defense that opened the season and what they look like now. While injuries have played a role in the roster shuffle, Greg Hardy has emerged as a threat to be one of the finest sack masters in the game.

11/06/2012

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Despite Panthers’ Record, Dwan Edwards Has Been A Key Addition To Resurgent Defense

The Panthers are 1-6 but you cannot blame defensive end Dwan Edwards who has been everything – and more – since being picked up before the start of the season. Having already set a personal best in sacks, Edwards is just one behind team leader Charles Johnson in that department.

10/30/2012

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Panthers Hope To Give Their Record A ‘Healthy’ Boost In Black And Blue Division Contest Against Bears

The Panthers have battled two foes this year, the opposition and the injured reserve list. Both have shared in the team’s 1-5 start and with the Bears up next, Carolina can only hope the Monsters of the Midway don’t knock any more players out of the lineup.

10/27/2012

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CBS Sports Boomer Esiason: “This Kid Has More Talent In His Pinky Finger Than I Do In My Whole Body”

The Drive Friday 10-26-12- Boomer Esiason talks with Taylor and Marc about the poor performance of the Panthers this year, what Boomer would tell Cam if he had five minutes alone with him, and we get his thoughts on who could be the next General Manager of the Panthers.

Sports Radio 610AM WFNZ The Fan–10/26/2012

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