Roger Goodell's new NFL policy on national anthem protests is designed to make the issue disappear and not continue as a part of Sunday football for a third straight season. But objection to the new edict may cause the opposite effect.
Despite a 1,000-yard season for the Denver Broncos in 2017, C.J. Anderson was released in April. Now he will have a new start with Carolina, where the Panthers hope he will be a younger, healthier version of Jonathan Stewart.
For those young people and older bystanders who regret missing the passions and excitement of the Vietnam War era, you’re in luck. Thanks to the NFL and President Trump, the same divisive rhetoric and posturing over the nature of patriotism prevalent in those days has resurfaced, through the sanitized precincts of pro football, no less.
Carolina Panthers receiver Curtis Samuel looked great at practice Tuesday but still has a ways to go in his injury recovery. Will former Ohio State Buckeyes star make the NFL team's 2018 roster with five of six receiver spots all but set?
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said protecting the sport’s integrity would guide league’s philosophy. … When gambling arrives, will you bet from your phone? The streets? A stadium? … Will we see Las Vegas-style betting in hinterlands?
Short takes: When LeBron James — who IS slightly better than Michael Jordan — retires, who will fill that huge void for haters? … A Josh Norman “Dancing with the Stars” update. … Picks for the Charlotte Hornets’ in the 2018 NBA Draft.
Stand or stay out of sight: NFL owners approve new policy aimed at quelling the firestorm over national anthem protests, permitting players to stay in the locker room during "The Star-Spangled Banner" but requiring them to stand if they come onto field.
The Carolina Panthers have been giving Jermaine Carter Jr. reps at the big nickel and inside linebacker spots. It's a change from the middle linebacker role he anchored at Maryland, but the fifth-round NFL draft pick is ready for the challenge.
NFL owners on Tuesday unanimously approved billionaire David Tepper as the next owner of the Carolina Panthers. Tepper, the hedge fund manager, is getting used to life in the spotlight as Tepper, the NFL team owner.
NFL owners approved hedge fund manager David Tepper as the next owner of the Carolina Panthers at the league's spring meeting in Atlanta. Tepper last week agreed to pay $2.275 billion for the team Jerry Richardson founded.
David Tepper, who has agreed to buy the Carolina Panthers, arrives at the Whitley Hotel in Atlanta, GA. on Monday, May 21, 2018. Tepper agreed to buy the Carolina Panthers for $2.275 billion, a record price for an NFL franchise.
NFL owners are expected to approve hedge fund manager David Tepper as the next owner of the Carolina Panthers on Tuesday, ushering in a new era of leadership for the team that Jerry Richardson brought to the Carolinas nearly 25 years ago.