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2014 NFL draft: Buccaneers may be interested in quarterback at No. 7

There has been plenty of discussion surrounding the incoming draft class of quarterbacks, with a number of teams in the top 10 potentially looking to add their signal-caller of the future. 272 more words


Throwback - New Orleans Saints

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Mustard Gold (pants)

The dark period of the ‘Aints had a few moments of light.  From 1971 to 1982 the Saints had Archie Manning at quarterback.  403 more words


The Panthers plan to repeat the division title with the help of division foes?

When the Carolina Panthers picked up Chase Blackburn last season his role was never thought to be more than an insurance policy with senior benefits. He was a huge part of a Giants team that had story book like ending after an improbable regular season. 398 more words

Atlanta Falcons

Why Carolina Came Out of NFL Free Agency A Winner

1. Carolina brought back Greg Hardy

Carolina retaining Greg Hardy on the franchise tag is a huge move by Panthers GM Dave Gettleman. For a man who has shown hesitance to spending money, I have to say that this was unexpected. 1,023 more words

NFL News

DeAngelo Williams concerned about facing stacked boxes this season

After releasing veteran wide receiver Steve Smith, the Carolina Panthers were left with very few options at the position. One of the players who appears to be as frustrated as the fan base with the moves in the front office is running back DeAngelo Williams, who discussed the offseason moves on NFL Network’s “NFL AM” this morning. 251 more words


Ex-Eagles receiver Jason Avant to visit Carolina Panthers

Few teams in the NFL are more desperate for wide receiver help than the Carolina Panthers, so it only makes sense free agent wideout Jason Avant would be of interest to the reigning NFC South champions. 276 more words

NFL Free Agency

Throwback - Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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Bo Jackson, one of the greatest athletes in the 20th Century, was a prime 1986 draft pick and the Buccaneers had the #1 draft position.  334 more words