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Bringing a Super Bowl to the Carolinas is one of David Tepper’s primary goals, but the team seems to have a long way to go before it wins another NFC Championship. Jerry Richardson could not win a Super Bowl during his time as the Panthers’ owner, but there were two seasons where the team was only one game away from hoisting the Lombardi. Considering that the team just completed its twenty-sixth season, the Carolina Panthers have experienced a tremendous amount of success, but there is still that dark shadow that looms over the city of Charlotte. Let’s look over the Panthers’ Super Bowl appearances.

Super Bowl XXXVIII

The 2003-04 season was special to say the very least. The Panthers entered this game with all the momentum in the world. They defeated the Cowboys in the wild card, escaped the Rams in arguably the greatest divisional round game in NFL history, and held the Eagles to three points in the NFC Championship game. This team consisted of Panthers greats such as Steve Smith, Cheap Jake Delhomme Jersey, Cheap Stephen Davis Jersey, Cheap Muhsin Muhammad Jersey,Cheap Jordan Gross Jersey, Cheap Julius Peppers Jersey, Cheap Kris Jenkins Jersey, Cheap Mike Rucker Jersey, Cheap Dan Morgan Jersey, and Cheap Mike Minter Jersey. In other words, the Panthers’ front office assembled a squad that year. Tom Brady and Bill Belichick’s Patriots were the only obstacle in their way.

So, what happened?

Cheap John Kasay Jersey happened. After wide receiver Cheap Ricky Proehl Jersey scored a touchdown to make it 29-29 with 1:09 left in the fourth quarter, the Panthers’ defense desperately needed Tom Brady to be placed in bad field position in order to bring Charlotte its first Lombardi. However, the exact opposite occurred.

During the kickoff following Proehl’s touchdown, Kasay kicked the ball out of bounds, which placed Tom Brady on the forty-yard line. Brady proceeded to get the Patriots in proper field position to set up Adam Vinatieri for the game-winning field goal. Tom Brady won his second ring while the Panthers came away with nothing but great memories that came with the 2003-04 season.

The Panthers didn’t return to the Super Bowl for another twelve years. Then, the magical 15-1 season happened.

Super Bowl 50

It is arguable that the 2015 team was even better than the 2003 team, and that is largely because of 2015 NFL MVP Cheap Cam Newton Jersey. Newton recorded over 3,800 passing yards and 35 passing touchdowns that season. He also rushed for over 600 yards and 10 touchdowns. Newton performed at this level while throwing to receivers such as Cheap Corey Brown Jersey and Cheap Ted Ginn Jersey. His greatest weapon was Mr. Reliable, Greg Olsen. Carolina’s all-time rushing leader Cheap Jonathan Stewart Jersey was also important to this offense. He scored the Panthers’ only touchdown in Super Bowl 50.

Because Carolina’s defense was impressive throughout the 2015 season, Newton was provided with more opportunities to make explosive plays on the field. This unit had Cheap Luke Kuechly Jersey, Cheap Kawann Short Jersey, Charles Tillman, Cheap Josh Norman Jersey, Star Lotulelei, Cheap Charles Johnson Jersey, Cheap Shaq Thompson Jersey, and Cheap Thomas Davis Jersey, who played in the Super Bowl with a broken arm. This defense was vicious and made up for the lack of Carolina’s offensive firepower.

This team had a 15-1 record during the 2015 regular season and cruised through the playoffs with ease in comparison to Carolina’s previous Super Bowl team. In the NFC Championship Game, this team destroyed the Arizona Cardinals in a 49-15 blowout to reach the Super Bowl once again. This was the perfect opportunity for the Carolina Panthers to finally reach the mountaintop.

The Denver Broncos had something to say about that.

Peyton Manning along with one of the greatest defenses in NFL history came into the game with more motivation than the Panthers, and it was clear from the start. “SuperCam’s kryptonite” turned out to be consistent pressure from the Broncos’ relentless pass rush, and there was nothing Newton was able to do about it. If Newton couldn’t get going, then the rest of the offense was going to be stagnant, and that is exactly what occurred. Newton went 18/41 and threw for 265 yards and one interception. The Panthers turned the ball over four times in the loss, including… that fumble. You know what I’m talking about.

Peyton Manning’s stats were very pedestrian; he threw for 141 yards and an interception. The Broncos’ defense led this team to victory from the very start, and the game was barely competitive on the line of scrimmage. Super Bowl MVP Von Miller was all over the Panthers’ backfield as he recorded 2.5 sacks and two strip-sacks. Carolina’s offensive line had no chance, which ultimately gave Cam Newton limited opportunities to be the playmaker he was all season.

The Broncos won the game 24-10, and that was all she wrote.

The Carolina Panthers may return to the Super Bowl one day, and when that day comes, fans will probably be more anxious than ever due to the team’s previous appearances. However, there is hope! This is still a young organization in comparison to the rest of the league, and David Tepper has been making major changes since he took over as owner. Even though some of his decisions haven’t been the most popular, it seems as though the team is in much better hands now. The future is bright in Carolina; fans just have to be patient.

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With reports leaking out that the NFL Salary Cap might ‘only’ drop to $180 Million in 2022, the Carolina Panthers have some big decisions to make about their future. Each year’s cap is based on league earnings from the past year. 2020 obviously deflated those earnings as most teams had little to no revenue to speak of from ticket, concessions, and in-stadium merchandise sales. The Panthers are entering 2021 as a transition year for the franchise with the hope that their fortunes will improve at the same time as the league’s.

With that in mind, here are the six largest player contracts the Panthers currently have on their books for the 2021 season. Whether any of them are cut, traded, or retained, these athletes and their contracts will shape the team’s strategy as they build their 2021 roster. We won’t break down their full contracts here. Instead, let’s focus on the big picture items: their current cap hit and the dead money penalty the Panthers would incur if these players were released.

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Cap hit: 23,000,000

Dead money: 20,000,000

I hesitated in writing this piece at all because I know a plurality of the comments below are going to be along the lines of “Bridgewater is an overpaid bum.” Maybe this might add a little nuance to some of the concrete opinions we’ve been seeing the last few months:

Bridgewater is set to be the 15th highest paid quarterback in the NFL in 2021. His contract is a lot of money, but it also isn’t a lot of money by modern NFL quarterback standards.

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Cap hit: $20,839,000

Dead money: $11,017,000

Short has been with the Panthers since they selected him in the second round of the 2013 draft. He was part of a double dip in the first two rounds at defensive tackle that remade the Panthers front four in advance of their 2015 Super Bowl run. He has, unfortunately, ended the last two seasons on injured reserve with an injury to each shoulder.

His contract is currently the fourth most expensive contract for an interior defensive lineman in 2021.

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Cap hit: $14,180,000

Dead money: $9,600,000

Cheap Luke Kuechly Jersey retirement provided a stage for Thompson, and he didn’t hesitate to take it. His performance in 2020 rewarded the faith placed in Thompson by the previous brain trust behind the Carolina Panthers. His contract makes him unlikely to be playing anywhere else in 2021. He will likely be with the team until the final year of his contract (2023) when releasing him could save the team $13M.

His current contract has him as the third highest paid linebacker in the NFL for the 2021 season. He’ll be paid behind only the Seattle Seahawks Bobby Wagner and the Minnesota Vikings Anthony Barr

Which Carolina Panthers players might their former general manager Marty Hurney look to bring to the Washington Football Team during free agency?

As it turned out, Marty Hurney wasn’t out of work for long after being fired by the Carolina Panthers for a second time. The recently departed general manager is reuniting with Ron Rivera at the Washington Football Team, which is the latest in a series of old employees who have come together in a different environment.

Hurney’s second stint in Carolina was full of hits and misses. For all his faults, the man knew what a first-round NFL Draft pick looked like and even managed to find some real gems in the later rounds to further bolster the roster during a period of transition.

However, some of the personnel decisions regarding contract extensions – or a lack thereof – is something that eventually cost him his job. Whether the old pals’ act in Washington is going to bring success remains to be seen, but it’s clear that Rivera had a huge say in this hire and is willing to die on the sword, so to speak.

This might come with Hurney trying to recruit some familiar faces in the coming weeks. Let’s take a look at four Panthers who might end up in Washington this offseason.

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Kawann Short is going to be released by the Panthers sooner rather than later providing a shock restructure doesn’t come to pass. The defensive tackle has endured a torrid time through injury over the last two years, but if he fully recovers from his latest significant problem then a move to Washington might not be out of the question.

Rivera benefitted from a formidable defensive front during his first season at the helm. This was the catalyst behind them winning the NFC East and attaining a shock playoff berth, so adding a proven Pro Bowler like Short to this already talented group would give their depth another substantial shot in the arm.

Given how little Short has seen the field recently, he might welcome a lesser role where the wear and tear won’t be as significant and the prospect of linking up with Rivera and Hurney would be considered from the player’s perspective.

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Cap hit: $12,537,500

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With the Panthers projected to have approximately $17M in cap space in 2021, Christian McCaffrey is unlikely to be going anywhere on his own in the next year. The team will have to cross their fingers and hope that the string of injuries to his ankle, shoulder, and quad were just fluke coincidences.

He is projected to be the third highest paid running back in the NFL this season, behind the Dallas Cowboys Ezekiel Elliot and the Tennessee Titans Derrick Henry. That is mildly deceptive, however, as his average money per year shakes out to be the most of any running back contract through 2026. There is a lot to parse between McCaffrey’s contract and the Panthers recent general manager search. We’ll have more on that story later.

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Cap hit: $12,000,000

Dead money: $4,000,000

Anderson is set to be the 18th highest paid wide receiver in the NFL in 2021. That is the realm of a below average starter, not a 1,000 yard receiver on a team with a shaky quarterback.

Suffice it to say that the Panthers could be poised to get good value out of their top 2020 free agency signing. That said, cutting him would save the team $8M against the cap this year. That is room they could use if they have an eye towards the future moreso than this upcoming season.

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Cap hit: $10,330,000

Dead money: $5,400,000

Paradis joined the Panthers on the heels of Cheap Ryan Kalil Jersey retirement. He has been, at his worst, an above average center. He will be the seventh highest paid center in the NFL in 2021.

His is probably the safest name on this list, even if the Panthers decide to go scorched earth on this roster in Scott Fitterer’s first year as general manager (which is, just for the record, highly unlikely). Paradis is a good offensive lineman on a team without a lot of those. Yes, they could save $5M by releasing him, but they’ll never fill his shoes, or those in all of their other holes with 2.7% of the projected cap that they’d save with his release.

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The Carolina Panthers lost part of their history Monday, and the game of football lost one of its all-time warriors.

Former Panthers outside linebacker Kevin Greene died Monday. He was 58.

Known for his fiery style, intensity, and hardworking approach to the game, Greene never took football for granted; and loved every part of it, from playing to coaching.

The former walk-on at Auburn took years to find his niche in the NFL, eventually becoming a starter for the Rams and eventually becoming the prototype 3-4 outside linebacker.

He finished third on the league’s all-time sack list with 160.0, and 97.5 of those sacks came after his 30th birthday.

“I think it was just that I kept that hunger, the chip on the shoulder of a walk-on,” Greene said in a 2016 interview. “I had to scratch and claw for everything I had in life, and to me, it was just about maintaining the commitment to work, to effort, to get where I wanted to go.”

Many thought Greene was on the downside of his career when he signed with the Panthers in 1996.

Instead, he led the league with 14.5 sacks that year at age 34, powering the second-year expansion team to the NFC Championship Game.

“Kevin Greene simply loved to play the game of football,” former Panthers coach Dom Capers said. “He played the way you’re supposed to, with a passion that was contagious through the entire team. In 1996, we brought him to Carolina and we won 13 games as a second-year team, and a lot of it was the infectious personality he played with that rubbed off on the guys around him.

CHARLOTTE – As they prepare to move into an offseason of significant change, the Panthers will be making another one atop their personnel department.

The team on Monday announced it is parting ways with general manager Marty Hurney, whose contract initially ran through June 2021.

A search for his replacement will begin immediately.

Panthers owner David Tepper said that after recent conversations with Hurney about the structure of the team’s football operations, it became clear they had some different ideas. Tepper was careful to say he respected Hurney’s traditional approach but hopes to blend more of a data-driven process into the football operation.

“I think sometimes you just need a restart, a refresh,” Tepper said. “We did it last year on the coaching side. Maybe you could say it should have been done before on the GM side. Maybe it should have been. I’m sure people may say that, or otherwise, on both sides.

“I think it’s just time, on both sides, to do that. It just seems like the right time to move forward.”

Tepper has some names in mind that he wants to interview for the Panthers’ GM job, but obviously, he isn’t sharing them yet. He plans to begin the process of identifying and interviewing candidates, along with the help of chief communications officer Steven Drummond, who participated in the interview process with Tepper and Hurney when head coach Matt Rhule was hired last offseason.

Tepper said Rhule would also be a participant in the GM search.

“You look at successful organizations, and there’s a certain alignment between the head coach and the GM,” Tepper said. “To think that you can do that without some sort of alignment is nuts. So to not have a head coach with some input into that is stupid. I don’t want to be stupid, OK?”

He also wants to start winning.

When Rhule was hired a year ago, Tepper was upfront that it was going to be a long process and urged patience. But asked about the progress made during a 4-10 season so far, Tepper saw the positives in a season played mostly without star running back Cheap Christian McCaffrey Jersey.

“This team could easily have another four wins,” Tepper said. “The eight games that we had the ball last to win or tie — seven to win, one to tie — if you win four of those games, you’re in a totally different position right now with this young team. So looking at next year, I’m very hopeful where we will be and what we will do.”

Hurney joined the Panthers in 1998 as director of football administration and became GM in 2002. He was removed during the 2012 season, but returned to the role in an interim basis in 2017 before reclaiming the post full-time after that season.

Hurney put together the bulk of the teams that advanced to Super Bowls XXXVIII and 50, with players he acquired including Cheap Cam Newton Jersey, Cheap Luke Kuechly Jersey, Cheap Thomas Davis Jersey, Cheap Ryan Kalil Jersey, and Greg Olsen leading the way to a 15-1 record in 2015. He also drafted the foundation of talent they’ll build on from here, including DJ Moore, Cheap Brian Burns Jersey, Cheap Derrick Brown Jersey, Cheap Yetur Gross-Matos Jersey, and Cheap Jeremy Chinn Jersey, and led the searches for and hired coaches John Fox, Ron Rivera, and Rhule.

“Coaches can tell when a player has that ‘it’ quality and Kevin had it, that sense of energy that was good for a team.”

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He was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2016, the first player to spend more than a year with the team to receive that honor (Cheap Reggie White Jersey spent one season here in 2000).

“The entire Pro Football Hall of Fame family mourns the passing of Cheap Kevin Greene Jersey,” Hall of Fame president and CEO David Baker said. “I regarded him as a personal friend and a true Hall of Famer in every sense. He possessed the most incredible can-do attitude of anyone I ever met. He was a great player, but more than that, he was a great man.

“Our thoughts and prayers are with Kevin’s wife, Tara, and their entire family. We will forever keep his legacy alive to serve as inspiration for future generations. The Hall of Fame flag will be flown at half-staff in Kevin’s memory.”

Greene entered the league as a fifth-round pick of the Rams and didn’t become a starter until his fourth season. By then, the work he put in was evident to his teammates.

“I don’t know if anybody worked as hard as Jack Youngblood, but Kevin had to be close,” Hall of Fame tackle and former teammate Jackie Slater said. “He walked in the door and had it in his head that he was going to become that kind of guy.

“Over the years, he just developed his technique to the point he was great. He made pass-rushing a science, and worked and labored and never took a shortcut.”

Greene truly found his home when he left for Pittsburgh in free agency, meeting the coaches who would change the trajectory of his career.

Under the tutelage of Dick LeBeau and Capers, he became the focal point of the “Blitzburgh” defense, with 50 sacks in four seasons.

When he came to Carolina, he was part of a veteran core, which was thrown together quickly and responded immediately.

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“I’ve been blessed to be around a lot of great players,” Capers said. “I coached Rickey Jackson in New Orleans, and to me, he and Kevin are so similar. Just great players, who did everything for the team, and represented all the good things about the NFL, with the kind of character and leadership they brought to the game.”

Greene spoke with Panthers.com just last week about the 1996 NFC Championship Game experience, and in those words about a cold day, his philosophy of the game became evident.

“Your mind can be your biggest asset or your biggest liability,” Greene said. “I wasn’t going to let anything derail me from achieving what I wanted to achieve.

“When I came to Carolina, Dom wanted me to come in and help educate, help teach his defense, and be an immediate leader. I knew my role, and I tried to keep it simple. It’s one foot in front of the other. Every day, you put in the work, you prepare, you grind, and nothing can stop you.”

Greene made it sound so simple. But few made that much effort pay off the way he did.