With the Panthers in line for a Thanksgiving game against the Cowboys, they may have to face Greg Hardy.
Former first-round pick has battled injuries and spent most of his career as the team's No. 2 running back.
The Panthers may consider taking Nelson Agholor, a speedy receiver who could also be a weapon as a punt and kickoff returner.
The relationship between coach John Fox and general manager Ryan Pace will be an important factor in whether the Bears can turn things around quickly
Thoughts and observations from the first day of the Carolina Panthers' voluntary offseason workouts.
The Panthers see in Michael Oher what the character played by Sandra Bullock did in the 2009 movie "The Blind Side." There's potential to be great.
The NFL will announce its 2015 schedule at 8 p.m. ET Tuesday. Here's a look at the home and away opponents for all 32 teams.
Thomas Davis knows enough about the situation to understand a contract extension would be beneficial for the Panthers, as well as for himself.
Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis hopes to see the Cowboys early on the schedule when it is released. He's hoping he won't have to face Greg Hardy.
The Carolina Panthers begin voluntary offseason workouts today at Bank of America Stadium.
The Panthers could take Florida State's Eddie Goldman and immediately plug him int to their four-man rotation at defensive tackle.
Team has a good enough defense to win a championship if the offense comes together.
A reader provides a line-heavy three-round mock for the Panthers, who would win between 11 Luke Kuechlys and 11 Cam Newtons and more.
Panthers owner Jerry Richardson was inducted into the South Carolina Hall of Fame on Thursday night in Greenville.
You guessed it, another offensive tackle for a team in need of a long-term solution at left tackle.
What would the Carolina Panthers have to do in the first three rounds of the upcoming NFL draft to get an "A" from ESPN analyst Mel Kiper Jr.?
Pass-rusher third in the NFL with a 2015 cap hit of $20,020,000, but his accomplishments look out of place on a list filled with QBs.
Mel Kiper Jr. plays GM for all 32 NFL teams, making his optimal picks for the first three rounds of the 2015 NFL draft -- 99 picks in total.
If the Panthers draft Melvin Gordon, he could be a solid future replacement for RB Jonathan Stewart.
The total in this team-friendly deal could reach $3.05 million if Tillman reaches all of his incentives, which is doubtful.
ESPN Panthers reporter David Newton says signing 6-foot-2 Charles Tillman not only gives Carolina the long, rangy corner it desires, it also allows Bené Benwikere to move back to the nickel.
Stanford offensive tackle Andrus Peat was an Outland Trophy semifinalist and second-team Associated Press All-American
Dave Gettleman of the Carolina Panthers earns top 10 standing in NFL general manager rankings.
Tackle has the talent to start on the left side once he adjusts to the NFL.
Offseason upgrades will be immediately felt on special teams.