On Tuesday former Panthers Offensive Lineman Travelle Wharton announced his retirement from the NFL and he joined the guys today for a very entertaining 15 minute interview to discuss his decision and how blessed he was to go from Gamecock to Panther to the good life
SPARTANBURG, S.C. (AP) — Panthers offensive lineman Travelle Wharton officially announced his retirement at a press conference at Wofford College, about 30 minutes from he grew up and started playing the game.
SPARTANBURG, S.C. (AP) — Former Carolina Panthers and Cincinnati Bengals offensive lineman Travelle Wharton is retiring after 10 NFL seasons.
Carolina Panthers wideout Steve Smith takes a shot at a referee even though he was one of the goats in Sunday’s loss to the Cardinals.
First and foremost, Welcome Back Travelle Wharton to the Carolina Panthers…Originally drafted by Carolina in 2004, Wharton spent last year with the Cincinnati Bengals…
Geoff Hangartner “I’ve Done The Free Agency Thing, But I Wanted To Stay In Carolina & Play For The Panthers”
Mac Attack 3/16: Panthers Offensive Lineman Geoff Hangartner calls in to talk about how he wanted to stay with the Panthers over testing free agency, how he sees the Panthers offense progressing this season, and how he feels Jeff Otah will perform next season.
Mac Attack 3/14: The Charlotte Observer’s Joe Person calls in to talk about the Panthers cutting Travelle Wharton, the team’s plan in free agency, and whether Beason will be an impact player this season.