Former Carolina Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith called into WFNZ’s “Bustin’ Loose” in Charlotte, NC, today to talk about his recent release from the organization he’s called home for the past 13 years.
As Panther Nation says goodbye, a new chapter in a great career is opened.
Panthers tight end, Greg Olsen, joins Mac and Jim to discuss his busy offseason, the deaprture of Steve Smith, his health, the number 88 and Panthers GM Dave Gettleman.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — A person familiar with the situation says the Carolina Panthers will release their all-time leading receiver Steve Smith on Thursday.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — The agent for wide receiver Steve Smith says the five-time Pro Bowl selection has played his final snap for the Carolina Panthers.
Mike Florio, from NBA dn ProFootballTalk.com, stopped by for his weekly visit to recap the first day of free agency, Steve Smith’s time in Carolina, the Panthers inactivity, Jairus Byrd and Aqib Talib’s new deals, Hakeem Nicks and the NFC South’s big day.
On this week’s episode of QCB Unleashed, Q talks about how the Charlotte Bobcats are holding firmly to their Playoff spot after beating the Denver Nuggets last night.
The guys look at the WR position, focusing on potential free agent and draft targets. While there is some Agent 89 discussion, the guys try to turn the page and focus on improving the Panthers
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.
Bill Voth, who covers the Panthers for SportsXchange as well as working with the Sporting News and several other outlets, joined Mac and Jim to discuss the Panthers off-season moving and shaking, including Greg hardy, Steve Smith, the offensive line and primary targets for re-signing.