Andrew Brandt, from Sports Illustrated’s Monday Morning Quarterback and former Packers executive, talks with Mac and Jim about the Panthers use of the franchise tag on Greg Hardy, the Steve Smith situation, Drew Rosenhaus and re-signing Cam Newton.
Former agent and current writer, Joel Corry, joined Mac and Jim to discuss all things Panthers salary cap. Joel covers it all from Steve Smith to Cam to Greg Hardy, He thinks Greg Hardy and his agent might ask for Julius Peppers type money
With the Panthers ‘evaluating’ Steve Smith and his role on the team next season, the team has options if they decide it’s time to part ways with one of the all-time greats. Which method they choose will have an impact on both the salary caps for this year and next.
An in-depth look into Greg Hardy’s fifteen-sack season and whether or not the Panthers should use the majority of their cap space to lock up their 25-year old defensive end.
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.
Have you ever gone shopping at the Dollar Store? You grab a bunch of items and when you get home, you open the bag and you are pretty impressed with what you purchased for such a small amount of money. That is how Panthers GM Dave Gettleman should feel.
AP Writer Steve Reed: “Pretty Soon, Next Year, The Panthers Will Have To Start Thinking About Restructuring Cam Newton’s Contract”
Bustin’ Loose 3-12-13 Steve Reed: The Panthers will have to look at restructuring Cam Newtons contract soon. Steve talks about the Panthers salary cap problems. Who is going to play left tackle next year for […]