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February

19
TE Greg Olsen joining Seahawks on 1-year deal

The first domino of the Seattle Seahawks’ offseason plans has fallen into place. Late Tuesday afternoon, ESPN insider Adam Schefter reported former Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen signed with the Seahawks, a move that was later confirmed by the team. It had been reported earlier in February by Schefter himself there was mutual interest between the Seahawks and Olsen. Now the rumors have become reality as Seattle has made the first headlines of the impending free agency season. This is a great low risk, high reward signing for the Seahawks. With only $5.5 million guaranteed to Olsen, Seattle certainly isn’t […]

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January

31
Panthers, Greg Olsen agree to part ways

On Thursday, the Carolina Panthers and Greg Olsen informed that they have agreed to mutually part ways. The 34-year-old tight end just finished his 13th NFL season, and ninth with the Panthers. As Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network states, the Panthers can’t officially release Olsen until after the Super Bowl, but this announcement means that they will. He was on the books for $11.6 million against the cap. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Olsen’s agent Drew Rosenhaus says his client “is still interested in playing” and that he will be in communication with other teams after the Super Bowl. Olsen has also had a few sports broadcasting guest appearances and is […]

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January

08
Matt Rhule to be Panthers´ next coach

Baylor coach Matt Rhule agreed to terms on a deal to become the franchise’s next head coach, the team announced Tuesday. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Rhule received a seven-year deal worth $60 million and potential to reach $70 million on incentives. Rhule, 44, took Baylor from a 1-11 record in 2017, his first year, to a 11-3 mark and Sugar Bowl berth this season. He served as Temple’s head coach from 2013-16, compiling a 28-23 mark. He was set to interview with the New York Giants on Tuesday for their opening. New York instead was finalizing a deal with New England Patriots […]

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December

05
Cam Newton planning to have foot surgery

The Carolina Panthers are in a state of flux as they parted ways with Ron Rivera, their head coach of nine years. Since quarterback Cam Newton has been deactivated by the Panthers for the season, he announced his plans to undergo foot surgery to ensure his return to health in time for the upcoming season. Newton was still unclear on surgery as recently as last week, when he had a doctor’s appointment and was still attempting to clarify the extent and type of operation needed. After receiving multiple medical opinions from across the country, he opted to move forward. The former MVP […]

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Arizona Cardinals at Carolina Panthers

January

25
Arizona Cardinals at Carolina Panthers

The Carolina Panthers have defeated the Arizona Cardinals 49-15 in the 2016 NFC Championship Game. They advance to Super Bowl 50 where they will face the Denver Broncos who knocked off the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship earlier game this afternoon. The Carolina Panthers are going to the Super Bowl, in part, thanks to Newton’s amazing play. When it came to his passing game, he did throw the one interception, but he also completed passes to seven different men. Greg Olsen was as great as usual, leading the team with six receptions while tying for the most yards with 113 yards. Interestingly, it was little […]

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