Taylor Moton

The Carolina Panthers Beat Reporter for the Charlotte Observer Ellis Williams joined Kyle Bailey on Monday’s edition of The Clubhouse as he looked at the halted construction of the Panthers headquarters in Rock Hill, and the massive contract restructurings the Panthers have made in the last 3 days. The conversation with Ellis started over the […]

It's something that even some of the best Hollywood scriptwriters could never have imagined, but according to Jonathan Alexander, who joined the Wilson and Norfleet Show earlier today on Sports Radio FNZ, Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers have agreed to a deal to bring him back to the city where he started his NFL career. Newton, 32, returns to the team that he played the first nine years of his NFL career with and a place where he threw for 29,041 yards and 182 touchdowns and ran for 4,806 yards and 58 touchdowns before being released prior to last season. Newton, the former league MVP back in 2015, holds a 68-55-1 career record with the Panthers, including fifteen wins and a Super Bowl appearance in that 2015 season.

The Carolina Panthers have five practices in the books, with their next phase of camp beginning Tuesday following the addition of fully-padded practices. WFNZ's Will Palaszczuk empties his notebook with his observations below.

The Panthers took Moton in the second round of the 2017 NFL Draft (64th overall). The 6-foot-5, 330-pound former Western Michigan product will make roughly $18 million per year, which puts him as the NFL's second-highest paid for his position. He started every game over the past three seasons for Carolina. 

On Monday’s edition of the Clubhouse, Kyle got into a conversation he recently had with former Panthers Safety Roman Harper about who should be the players you set off-limits in trade talks for Houston Texans QB Deshaun Watson as Kyle wanted texters to weigh in on the matter as well as Smoke. Smoke told Kyle […]

Today on the Mac Attack, Mac and T-Bone discussed the Panthers biggest needs outside of the QB position. They both say that the Offensive Line is something that needs to be addressed, along with the pass rush. Panthers Insider Darin Gantt joined the show and agreed with the guys on the Offensive Line. One huge […]