Panthers interested in signing wide receiver Sidney Rice?

The Carolina Panthers had a very good offense last season led by quarterback Cam Newton, but unfortunately they lost most of his targets this offseason. According to reports, the Panthers are interested in signing former Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Sidney Rice if he would sign for the right price. Carolina desperately needs to do something to bring in more weapons for Newton if...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Why the Carolina Panthers should trade up in the draft

The Panthers off-season exploits, or lack there of, have been well documented since the team hurried to franchise tag All-Pro defensive end Greg Hardy and then immediately signed kicker Graham Gano, the most accurate kicker in the NFL from 50-plus yards (6-6), to a four-year contract extension. Since then the team has made the wrong noise, letting three of their top four receivers...
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Carolina Panthers take a chance on dominant Canadian defensive end

The Carolina Panthers, already loaded at defensive end with Charles Johnson, Greg Hardy, and Frank Alexander, have gone north of the border to try and further beef up the depth chart. On Friday, Carolina signed Alex Hall, who had 15 sacks in the Canadian Football League last year and is a Grey Cup champion. The 28-year old Hall played three NFL seasons from 2008-2010 mostly with...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Top defensive ends in the NFL Draft: Is Greg Hardy’s stay temporary?

Free agency has been decidedly rough for the Carolina Panthers. However the NFL Draft is coming up next month and could offer cheap reinforcements for the cap-strapped franchise. Carolina used their franchise tag on star defensive end Greg Hardy but he’ll be a free agent after next season. That means the Panthers may need to use the draft to find Hardy’s long-term replacement...
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March 17, 2014  |  Discuss

What Greg Hardy signing his franchise tender means

The Carolina Panthers applied their franchise tag to defensive end Greg Hardy last week. Now, the Panthers’ 2013 sack leader has signed the franchise tender, which we now know will pay Hardy $13.116 million for the 2014 season. The benefit for Carolina here is that Hardy can’t hold out in training camp for a long-term deal without incurring a $30,000 penalty per day. By signing...
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March 04, 2014  |  Discuss

If the Bucs want Greg Hardy, it’ll cost them $12 million-$14 million per season

When word on the street hit that the Carolina Panthers may have issues bringing back defensive end Greg Hardy, local talk about him joining the Buccaneers started heating up. Hardy has recorded 26 sacks in the past two seasons alone while defensive ends for Tampa Bay recorded 24.5 sacks as a group in the same time span. Solely focusing on that makes it seem as if the Bucs should...
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February 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Carolina Panthers: Tough decisions lie ahead

Carolina Panthers: Tough decisions lie aheadMost of the talk surrounding the Carolina Panthers heading into the offseason has centered on the team’s impending cap situation and their 21 free agents, 16 of which were critical to the Panthers success in 2013. Among the notable free agents is All-Pro DE Greg Hardy, Pro-Bowl LT Jordan Gross, LG Travelle Wharton, K Graham Gano, and...
February 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Is Greg Hardy the No. 1 free agent in the 2014 class?

With Super Bowl XLVIII in the books, the 2013 season is officially in the rearview mirror. Thus, it’s time to look ahead to 2014. But before teams gather for training camp in July, play preseason games in August and tee it up for real in September, they have some roster building to do. While the NFL Draft in May will get most of the attention, free agency, which starts on March...
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February 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Greg Hardy wants ‘crapload of money’ from Panthers

If the Panthers want to retain the services of Greg Hardy, it's not going to be cheap. The soon-to-be free agent defensive end told's Dan Hanzus that he's waiting for Carolina to offer him a "crapload of money." Earlier on Friday, it was reported that Hardy and the Panthers had not yet begun...
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February 01, 2014  |  1 Comment

WATCH: Panthers DE calls himself 'Kraken', says he went to Hogwarts

Greg Hardy must be a big “Harry Potter” fan. When he did his introduction for NBC “Sunday Night Football,” he said his name was “Kraken” and that he went to Hogwarts, the school of wizardry Potter attends in the book series. As our friend Mike Oz said, Hardy must have been a two-sport star at […]
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December 08, 2013  |  Discuss

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