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Jerry Richardson, the owner of the Carolina Panthers NFL franchise, is doing well following a heart transplant procedure, a league official said Monday. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell confirmed that Sunday's transplant operation at the Carolinas Medical Center was successful and Richardson, 72, is the owner of a new heart, The Charlotte (N.C.) Observer said. It brings new meaning to the word(s) 'Super Sunday,' when you see a guy you respect so much and admire so much -- Jerry Richardson --...
Defensive coordinator Mike Trgovac Thursday became the fifth assistant to leave the staff of Carolina Panthers Coach John Fox, the Charlotte Observer reported. General Manager Marty Hurney told the newspaper about Trgovac's decision from the site of Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala. The Observer had reported Wednesday that Trgovac, who has been the Panthers defensive coordinator since 2003, was planning to remain with the Panthers and sign a new contract. We offered (Trgovac) a contract and told...
Tennessee Titans quarterback Kerry Collins will play for the AFC in the Pro Bowl Feb.
New Green Bay Packers defensive coordinator Dom Capers indicates he will change the team from a 4-3 to a 3-4 defense. I've made the transition many times with different personnel and going into teams that have been 4-3 teams, Capers said in an interview with the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Carolina Panthers running back DeAngelo Williams was named the NFC offensive player of the month for December this week. The three-year veteran from Memphis rushed for an NFL-best 560 yards in four games to help the Panthers go 3-1 and secure the NFC South Division crown. He capped the month with a
The NFL's Second Season starts this weekend with two wild cards games in both the AFC and NFC on Saturday and Sunday. The weekend commences Saturday afternoon with the NFC match-up between the Cardinals and Atlanta at Glendale, Ariz. Arizona won the NFC West with a 9-7 record, but lost two of its last three regular season contests. The Falcons were one of the league's surprises, finishing 11-5 under the leadership of rookie quarterback Matt Ryan. They finished second to Carolina in the NFC...
A 56-yard touchdown run by DeAngelo Williams in the third quarter Sunday highlighted the Carolina Panthers' 30-10 win over Denver. The Panthers (11-3) own a two-game lead in the NFC South over Tampa Bay and Atlanta with two games remaining.
Jerry Richardson, the owner of the Carolina Panthers, has been placed on a waiting list for heart transplants, the NFL franchise says. The professional football team announced Richardson has been receiving medical care at the Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte since last week, when the 72-year-old
Carolina Panthers running back De Angelo Williams was named the NFC's offensive player of the week for his 186 yards and two touchdowns against Tampa Bay. The yardage total was a Panthers' franchise record. Overall, Williams, in his third season out of Memphis, gained 186 yards on 19 carries. He had three runs of at least 35 yards against the NFC's No.
DeAngelo Williams had a franchise-record 186 yards rushing and scored twice Monday night when the Carolina Panthers beat Tampa Bay 38-23. Jonathan Stewart rolled up 115 yards rushing and also scored two TDs for the Panthers (10-3) who took over first place from the Buccaneers in the NFC South. Williams and Stewart became the first running back tandem in NFL history to rush for more than 100 yards and average more than six yards per carry each in two games in the same season.