With a number of quality slot receivers and pass-catching tight ends, this year's NFL draft seems to set up well for the Carolina Panthers, who have four picks in the first 88 selections. Getting Cam Newton another weapon makes most sense.
The schedule for the 2018 Carolina Panthers looks favorable for the most part, with the first home opener in five years and a tough December slate. But so many questions remain, including who will be sitting inside the owner's box?
The Carolina Panthers' 2018 NFL schedule was revealed Thursday. Fans reacted on Twitter as details — such as a Week 1 home game against the Dallas Cowboys at Bank of America Stadium and a December date at Cleveland — became known.
The Carolina Panthers will open a season at home for the first time since 2013 against the Dallas Cowboys. They'll face the reigning Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles in October, and will meet the New Orleans Saints twice in December.
The Eagles and Nick Foles reached an agreement on a restructured contract that awards Super Bowl LII's most valuable player with a $2 million signing bonus and creates an option year for 2019, NFL sources said.