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Carolina Panthers safety Eric Reid kneeled during the national anthem before Sunday's home game against the New York Giants, Oct. 7, 2018.
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Recently-signed Panther Eric Reid dropped to one knee moments before the playing of the national anthem Sunday in Bank of America Stadium.

Carolina Panthers star tight end Greg Olsen returned to practice Thursday on a limited basis just four weeks after breaking his right foot in the team’s season opener.

Carolina Panthers Sign Free Agent Eric Reid

Sep 27, 2018
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The Carolina Panthers added some help to their defense today by signing Eric Reid to a one-year contract. The five-year NFL veteran has played with the San Francisco 49ers since he was drafted in 2013 and was selected to the Pro-Bowl.

Panthers coach Ron Rivera wanted a little something more from his offense, which is why he turned to his old boss Norv Turner as the team's new coordinator this season.

Rivera, who once coached under Turner in San Diego, said he got exactly what he was hoping for Sunday.

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The Carolina Panthers and their new owner David Tepper are donating close to $1.5 million to aid Hurricane Florence disaster relief efforts.

Panthers Ready For Season Opener Against Cowboys

Sep 7, 2018
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The Carolina Panthers kick off their season at home against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday. The two teams haven’t played since 2015 when the Panthers reached the Super Bowl. 

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UNC Charlotte confirmed Thursday that the football stadium will remain Jerry Richardson Stadium.

A school spokesman said in a statement that the Board of Trustees for UNC Charlotte has determined that the university will “honor the naming rights agreement” with Richardson.

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Former NFL wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. says he battled depression during his 16-year career with the Carolina Panthers and Baltimore Ravens.

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It’s been an offseason of turmoil for Carolina Panthers management with workplace misconduct allegations against now former owner Jerry Richardson. New owner David Tepper has brought change, and there are indications more change is coming.

The National Football League and its players’ union continue to butt heads over players kneeling during the national anthem to protest racial injustice. Wouldn’t it be impressive if on game days players and their team could present a united statement on liberty and justice for all – one everybody could stand up for? 

It can be done, and the Carolina Panthers are just the team to do it. 

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