CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — The Panthers say they’d like to find a replacement for longtime No. 1 wide receiver Steve Smith in this year’s NFL draft. The big question is when they’ll do it.
After a big Monday Night Football victory over the Patriots this week, Carolina Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith still has time to give back to the Charlotte community while discussing his new phrase “Ice Up Son!” and signing up finally on Twitter.
Ted Ginn Jr. is rejuvenating his career with the Carolina Panthers.
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On the heels of facing off against his former team, wide receiver Louis Murphy is excited to be playing the Oakland Raiders during the Carolina Panthers last home game here in Charlotte, NC.
Steve Smith sat down with “The Drive” for a great interview about his new attitude this season, how is finger injury is doing, and his relationship with new QB Cam Newton.