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Panthers notes: The first week of January could have been an uneasy one for Panthers coach Ron Rivera.Modified: 01/16/13 12:00:09 AM
Gettleman got his first minor victory Tuesday, as he "won" his introductory news conference at Bank of America Stadium. He came across as charming, smart and gruff.Modified: 01/17/13 05:32:44 AM
As he approached the podium Tuesday at his introductory press conference, new Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman wore the New York Giants latest Super Bowl ring on his right hand.Modified: 01/16/13 12:00:10 AM
New Panthers general manager Dave Gettlemans first full day on the job was a busy one Monday, coinciding with two interviews for the teams vacant offensive coordinator post.Modified: 01/15/13 12:09:34 AM
A six-day span that began with a Saturday morning meeting between Panthers coach Ron Rivera and owner Jerry Richardson ended with the teams former offensive coordinator sitting at a podium in Cleveland wearing a new orange tie.Modified: 01/12/13 12:04:15 AM
The most eventful week in recent Panthers history took an unexpected turn Thursday night when offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski was hired as the Cleveland Browns' head coach.Modified: 01/11/13 08:26:39 PM
There is some question about what led to Dave Gettleman’s job change with the Giants last year, but both Giants GM Jerry Reese and ex-GM Ernie Accorsi say the Panthers’ new executive is a winner who ‘totally deserves’ to be an NFL general manager.Modified: 01/10/13 08:49:28 PM
The Carolina Panthers hired New York Giants senior pro personnel analyst David Gettleman as their new general manager to end their lengthy search to fill the position.Modified: 01/10/13 12:12:29 AM
Head coach Ron Rivera is staying with the Carolina Panthers, but three of his assistants are leaving.Modified: 01/09/13 03:17:46 AM
After meeting with and deciding to retain head coach Ron Rivera on Saturday, Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson now begins the process of finding a general manager in earnest.Modified: 01/08/13 04:05:52 AM
In My Opinion: Within a strange and sad two-day period, the Carolina Panthers lost two former players last week.Modified: 01/07/13 12:35:11 AM
Ron Rivera's week of waiting will end Saturday when the Carolina Panthers second-year head coach is scheduled to meet with owner Jerry Richardson.Modified: 01/05/13 09:17:29 PM
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The Carolina Hurricanes are no longer winless. In fact, the Canes have a win over the defending Stanley Cup champions. Joni Pitkanen, Anthony Stewart and Jiri Tlusty scored the goals and Cam Ward got the job done in net Wednesday as the Canes topped the Boston Bruins 3-2 at the RBC Center. Ward ...