NFL Insider, Jason La Canfora, from CBS and CBSSports.com joins the Mac Attack to discuss keeping Hardy, prioritizing Ginn and Mitchell, winning with an offense that’s seen as the weakness, trying to replace Jordan Gross, the Steve Smith situation and Jim Harbaugh not playing nice in the Bay Area.
Colin Hoggard and Danny Guy discussing moving on (both in free agency and the draft) after Jordan Gross retires, the impact of tagging Hardy, priorities in the secondary and can the Panthers afford to part ways with 89?
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.
Panthers beat writer from the Charlotte Observer, Jonathan Jones, joins Mac and Jim to dicuss the Jordan Gross retirement ceremony, the Steve Smith and Greag Hardy situations, and all things Panthers.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — One longtime Carolina Panther called it quits on Wednesday, while another may be headed out the door behind him.
Len Martez & Colin Hoggard discuss the last minute foul call in Duke’s win vs Syracuse, plus the Bobcats keep winning & what to make of GM Dave Gettleman’s comments about Panthers Steve Smith.
Former wide receiver and current NFL Network analyst, Derrick Mason, joined Mac to discuss Richard Sherman’s outburst, says Bill Belichick is a pot calling the kettle black in regards to Wes Welker’s hit on New England’s Aqib Talib, and the Super Bowl matchup.
The Carolina Panthers really weren’t even expected to contend for a playoff spot this season, but they surpassed all expectations and then some. Unfortunately, a team they got the better of during the regular season got the better of them in the playoffs.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — It doesn’t surprise safety Mike Mitchell that the Carolina Panthers are only the third home underdog in the NFL divisional playoffs in the past 20 years. “We haven’t gotten much respect all year,” he said. “It looks like we still have people to prove wrong.”