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Donovan McNabb passed for two touchdowns and ran for a third before he was injured Sunday in a 38-10 Philadelphia Eagles rout of the Carolina Panthers. McNabb completed 4-yard TD tosses to Brent Celek and Brian Westbrook and scored on a 3-yard third-quarter run, which left him lying in the end zone
Management style clashes led Jon and Mark Richardson, sons of Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson, to resign from the NFL organization, sources say. The team moved to fill the management void by naming Danny Morrison its president Wednesday. The Richardson brothers will, however, continue to be members of the Panthers Partnership Group. Jon, 50, had been president of Bank of America Stadium, Carolina's home stadium since it opened in 1996, and Mark, 49, had been team president since Mike...
Chad Pennington completed 8-of11 passes for 105 yards and a touchdown Saturday as the Miami Dolphins downed the Carolina Panthers 27-17 in exhibition play.
Star Falcons wide receiver Roddy White has ended a training camp holdout by signing a contract extension, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported. No terms were available, but recent media reports said he wanted a deal similar to the $10 million-a-year contract given Larry Fitzgerald of the Arizona
Carolina Panthers starting defensive tackle Maake Kemoeatu could miss this NFL season after he suffered a torn Achilles' tendon Monday, the team said. Kemoeatu, 30, was injured during the Panthers first training camp practice Monday morning, in a non-contact drill.
Disgruntled defensive end Julius Peppers of the Charlotte Panthers signed his one-year franchise tender Wednesday, ending a possible training camp holdout. No details were released by the team, but various media reports said the tender is worth $16.7 million. The former University of North Carolina two-sport star -- football and basketball -- had asked to be traded this entire off-season before signing the tender, saying he needed to play elsewhere. He was a no-show at Carolina's three-day...
Star defensive end Julius Peppers was a no-show Friday when the Carolina Panthers began their three-day minicamp. Despite the expectations of Coach John Fox, Peppers was not among the players who attended the first day -- after voicing his anger this off-season about a franchise tag and a subsequent
The Carolina Panthers released veteran cornerback Ken Lucas on Wednesday. The Charlotte Observer reported the move saved the NFL club $2.375 million in salary cap space, much of it guaranteed. Ken Lucas has been a very valuable player for us over the last four years and played an important role on two playoff teams during that span, said general manager Marty Hurney.
Kerry Collins, who led Tennessee to the best regular-season record in the NFL last year, signed a two-year contract with the Titans Friday. Kerry did a great job for us last year stepping back into the starting role, Tennessee General Manager Mike Reinfeldt said.
The Carolina Panthers placed their franchise tag on veteran defensive end Julius Peppers Thursday, the Charlotte Observer reported. The team made the move despite knowing Peppers' desire to play elsewhere next season. Earlier this week, his agent, Carl Carey, gave Panthers' officials a list of four
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