All the buzz following the Senior Bowl was the performance of Liberty QB Malik Willis, which vaulted him into the discussion of being the first QB off the board. The competition is now believed to be between Willis and Kenny Pickett from Pittsburgh. The Panthers are interested in both, as they are still looking to find a long-term solution to their QB woes, which have plagued the team since Matt Rhule became the HC. Panthers beat reporter for the Charlotte Observer, Ellis Williams, joined the Nick Wilson Show earlier today, to talk about Willis, and the potential of him being the first quarterback taken:
Carolina Panthers long snapper and longest tenured player J.J. Jansen joins Bo Thompson, David Chadwick, Jim Szoke and Brett Jensen in studio talking about re-signing with the Panthers, his take on the Big Game this Sunday, and a City of Hope CLT campaign surprise announcement.
As the 2022 NFL Draft continues to draw closer and draft season takes full effect, the question surrounding the Carolina Panthers seems to be about which key offensive position they value the most and would be willing to spend a high draft pick on. Is it the offensive tackle position, where the team had yet another chance this past draft to get their long-awaited left tackle of the future to finally replace Jordan Gross after all of these years, or is it the quarterback position, where the team decided to take a flier on a veteran quarterback that struggled and has them in an even worse spot that a year ago?
The Head Coach of the Charlotte 49ers Football program joined Kyle Bailey on Wednesday’s edition of The Clubhouse as he broke down the new signees to the 49ers program, and how they plan to bounce back after a disappointing end to the 2021 season. The conversation with Will started by looking at some of the […]
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On Tuesday night, Alto High School sophomore basketball player DeVonte Mumphrey collapsed on the court during a game, passing away soon afterward. His tragic passing was the second to occur at the school since 2015 when football player Cam'ron Matthews died on the sideline during a game.
Last Monday, legendary quarterback Tom Brady announced his retirement from the league after 22 seasons via his social media platforms and over the weekend, he spoke for the first time publicly about the decision. One of the most interesting quotes that came from it, though, was when he was asked about the possibility of being approached by teams at some point before or during the season when a quarterback goes down with an injury. "I'm just going to take things as they come," Brady told his co-host on the Let's Go Podcast, Jim Gray. "The best way to put, you never say never, but at the same time, I feel very good about my decisions. I don't know how I'll feel six months from now, and if that will change, it most likely won't."
Former NBA player JJ Redick locked horns with Smith on the popular morning sports show this week, this time regarding the legacies of LeBron James and Kevin Durant.
With well over two months away, there's no telling what the Carolina Panthers will do with the sixth pick in the NFL Draft. Mocks have them drafting a QB, an OL, or potentially trading back to acquire more picks to help address all the needs that exist on the roster. Many people believe they have to find their franchise QB sooner than later if there's any chance that Matt Rhule lasts in the NFL beyond 2022. But with Sam Darnold, and his $18 million salary on the books next year, it's going to be hard to justify drafting or trading for a QB, when you have that type of money already committed to a QB. Steven Ruiz from The ringer joined the Nick Wilson Show, earlier today, and expressed why the Panthers shouldn't draft a QB with the sixth pick, but cited a different reason: