Former Panthers tight end, Esley Walls, joined the Mac Attack to discuss his recent induction to the College Football Hall of Fame. Wesley tells the story of becoming a tight end in college, recounts his Panthers playing days, including who he loved to play against and talks about his involvement with a lawsuit aimed at the NFL.
Panthers Great Wesley Walls: “I Dont Think Kids Should Play Contact Sports Until At Least The 7th Grade”
The Drive Thursday 1-31-13 – Panthers great Wesley Walls joins us in studio to talk about his time in the league, Jerry Richardson as an owner, and how the league should handle former players and the health issues they are dealing with.
The Panthers did what they had to and that was beat the Saints to sweep the season series, but was it enough to save Ron Rivera’s job as head coach? Only owner Jerry Richardson knows what will happen next but if Sunday was indeed Rivera’s last call his team didn’t lay down on him.
Mac Attack Panthers legend Wesley Walls joins the guys to talk about the ongoing NFL concussion lawsuit and why he got involved in it all.
Another week down, and another similar result for the Carolina Panthers. After five weeks they sit at 1-4, but they could just as easily be 5-0 right now. In the four loses the Panthers have only been beaten by a mere 5.5 average points a game. They have been in every single game they have played but just come up a little short.