Carolina Panthers


Monday was a rough day for Panther fans, as they saw Brian Burns get traded away to the Giants, and not get a first-round pick in return, and they saw Frankie Luvu leave the team in free agency, signing with Washington. While Carolina added two offensive linemen to help protect Bryce Young, it didn't do enough to help overcome the loss of two of the better defensive players on the team. Yesterday though, Dan Morgan was active, looking to get Brycec Young a weapon in the passing game, and he found one in the form of Diontae Johnson, striking a trade that involved a pick swap, along with sending Donte Jackson in Pittsburgh, finding a willing trade partner, before outright cutting him. 


It wasn't the best day in Panther land yesterday, as Carolina traded away Brian Burns and saw Frankie Luvu sign with the Washington Commanders, as the legal tampering period is underway, ahead of the new league year, which officially begins on Friday. Those moves leave Carolina's defensive line depleted, which isn't ideal for a defense that figures to be the strength of the team next season. With that being said, it wasn't all bad moves, as Carolina was aggressive in adding to their offensive line, and Dan Morgan was able to ink a deal with Robert Hunt, formerly of the Miami Dolphins, for five years, 100 million dollars. That was the first, of two offensive line signings Morgan made, in an effort to better protect Bryce Young, as he gets ready for his second season in the NFL. 

After 5 seasons with the Carolina Panthers the Brian Burns era has officially come to an end as he was dealt away to the New York Giants on the first day of the legal tampering period of free agency. In his 5 seasons with the Panthers, Burns recorded 46 sacks and made 2 pro bowls, […]

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter on Monday, the Carolina Panthers are trading Linebacker Brian Burns to the New York Giants, who will be receiving a $150 million contract. With a contract guarantee of $87.75 million, Burns will become the second-highest-paid defensive end in NFL history. Panthers will receive a second- and fifth-round picks in 2024 […]

At this point, it seems like a near certainty that the Panthers will be taking a wide receiver on Day 2 of the 2024 NFL Draft. The team is in dire need of help around the second-year quarterback Bryce Young after letdown seasons from everyone in the pass-catching room not named Adam Thielen. On Thursday, […]

With the combine in Indy officially over, the NFL is edging closer to the official start of the offseason. Trevor Sikkema of PFF and the NFL Stock Exchange Podcast joined Kyle Bailey for his outlook for the Panthers offseason. One of the main topics that Trevor got into with Kyle surrounded the Panthers need for […]

When CBS Sports’ Josina Anderson reported on Sunday that the Panthers and Brian Burns were ceasing long term contract negotiations, the expectation was that the team would use the franchise tag on him for a second straight season. On Tuesday, prior to the deadline, the team did just that. Bleacher Report’s Jordan Schulz was first […]

Now that Combine week has come and gone the NFL is nearing the official start of the offseason, and the Panthers have many questions to answer in the coming weeks. Joe Person of The Athletic joined Kyle Bailey as he broke down the multitude of questions that Dan Morgan and company have to figure out […]

Carolina Panthers

The NFL Scouting Combine is winding down, as we get closer to the start of a new league year and the 2024 NFL Draft. Of course, the Panthers don't currently own a first-round pick, after trading it away to Chicago last year, when they traded up to #1 to draft Bryce Young. While some coaches opt not to speak during their time in Indy, Canales made sure to get behind the podium, to talk about what his staff has worked on since being put together, and what they are looking for and hoping to achieve in the Draft, despite having limited draft capital. 

The NFL world will be focused on Indianapolis next week, for the annual NFL Draft Scouting Combine, with the Super Bowl now two weeks in the rearview mirror. While it's an important week for the college athletes in attendance looking to impress the various scouts, GMs, and head coaches, the week will also be filled with many closed-door conversations ahead of free agency, which starts in March, once the new league year begins.