North Carolina junior tight end Eric Ebron said Monday he’ll enter the NFL draft after the season.
The Drive Thursday 5-16-13 – Ian Rapoport joins The Drive to talk about Cam Newton and his maturation for year 3 of his career, his thoughts on Ron Rivera returning for another season, and who he sees the Panthers picking up in Free Agency this off-season.
Hitting To All Fields: First Openly Gay Male Athlete; Charlotte’s Own Stephen Curry Is Ridiculous; My Panthers Draft Grade
First and foremost, I commend Jason Collins for becoming the first ever openly Gay male athlete in professional sports. It took tremendous courage for him to come out and let all walks of life know it is okay to be gay in today and tomorrow’s world.
Former Panther GM Bill Polian: “I Dont Do Grades, They Would Give Me A C And I’d Say We’ll C You In The Playoffs”
The Drive Tuesday 4-30-13 -Bill Polian the former Panthers General Manager talks with The Drive about the decisions new General Manager Dave Gettleman made during the draft, how he feels about the players the Panthers choose, and what his philosophy was when he was running the Panthers and later with the Colts.
Bustin’ Loose: 4-29-13: Michael Schottey: Bleacher Report writer Michael Schottey joined the guys to talk about the Carolina Panthers Draft results and the rest of the NFL Draft. Also he talks about where Tim Tebow […]
Mac Attack 04/29/13: Lead Bleacher Report Draft expert Matt Miller joined the guys for his take on the Panthers draft weekend and who he feels fared well around the league
Did the Panthers get it right in this year’s draft? Len Martez & Colin Hoggard talk about the newest Panthers like Star Lotulelei & will this team be better in 2013.
The Drive Friday 4-26-13 – Star Lotulelei joins The Drive to talk about his draft day experience, why he thinks he was selected by the Panthers at 14, and we get his thoughts on how he can help the defense.
A day after the Panthers got their guy at 14, Danny Guy returns to tweak his mock draft for Carolina’s remaining picks.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman has been to six Super Bowls during his 25-plus years in the NFL and is convinced the only way to reach that summit is to assemble a great defensive line rotation.