It's safe to say former Carolina Panthers tight end and current NFL on FOX analyst Greg Olsen was a little caught off guard by his former teammate and now new (or old) Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton's return to the franchise. Hot off the red-eye for Los Angeles, Olsen joined the guys over at the Mac Attack on Friday to explain why he was so shocked. "I have to be honest, I did not see this coming. It just seemed too good to be true." Olsen also talked about just how palpable the excitement is right now in the Charlotte area. "You can't really describe it, unless you live in Charlotte, what this means to the fanbase and to the organization. It's a day that no one thought ever might be possible even in a going-away party, you know like a retirement, let alone him being in uniform, under center."
Good news comes for Former Panthers TE Greg Olsen Family! A heart donor has been found for Olsen’s 8-year-old son who was born with a congenital heart defect. Olsen announced on social media a donor was found for his son TJ, eight days after he was placed on the transplant list. “Today is a day […]
Today on the Mac Attack, Mac and T-Bone ranked where they thought Greg Olsen should rank among all-time Panthers players. Over Olsen’s 14 years in the NFL, he caught 742 passes for 8,683 yards and 60 touchdowns. They both agree that he should be a member of the Panthers Hall of Honor, but they disagreed […]
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