The Last Word 3-12-13 - The Charlotte Observer’s Jonathan Jones joins Lewis to talk Panthers as the organization enters free agency. They discuss the impact of the Gettleman and Shula hires as well as the team’s […]
Colin Hoggard from the Mac Attack joins Lewis to talk about the Panthers off season. They discuss the Dave Gettleman hire, draft needs, Jordan Gross and Ron Rivera. It’s an important time for Panthers. Find out what steps Lewis and Colin think Dave Gettleman should make to bring playoff football back to Carolina.
Could this duo be gearing up for their 6th Super Bowl appearance in the last 12 years? Len Martez & Steve Lyerly discuss that plus did the Panthers get it right by promoting Mike Shula?
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — A person familiar with the situation says the Carolina Panthers interviewed quarterbacks coach Mike Shula for their vacant offensive coordinator position on Wednesday.
The Buccaneers come to town on a roll and want to head back to Tampa Bay with their first four-game win streak since 2008 even though they have dropped three of their last four at Bank of America Stadium. The Panthers, on the other hand, simply need a victory if they hope to make some lemonade out of what has been a lemon of a season.
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?
Having a famous last name doesn’t guarantee success. For Mike Shula, Sam Mills III and Scott Turner they want to make a name for themselves. Together they will work to make the Carolina Panthers better.