After a strong performance against the Tennessee Titans, the Carolina Panthers starters stumble against the New England Patriots and the team falls by a final score of 19-17.
August 26, 2016
The Carolina Panthers are less than a week away from their first preseason game and have released their first unofficial depth chart.
The offensive line doesn't always get the fanfare it deserves but the NFC South has some of the top groups in the NFL.
The Carolina Panthers have won the NFC South division title three straight years now and are coming off a trip to the Super Bowl. The success for this team shouldn't end in 2015 as they are built in a way to be competitive for years to come.
The future is bright for the guard position on the Carolina Panthers as third-year Andrew Norwell and Trai Turner will look to build off an impressive year in 2015.
Dave Gettleman will be entering his fourth season as general manage of the Carolina Panthers. In a short period of time he has built a serious Super Bowl contender and we break down how the roster has changed year over year.
For the first time since Jordan Gross retired, the Carolina Panthers will have the same starting left tackle to start the season in consecutive years with the return of Michael Oher. The free agent signing last offseason has been able to provide stability to the left tackle position on the Panthers' offensive line.
NFL.com recently released their All-Under-25 Team and the Carolina Panthers had one representative on the team, left guard Andrew Norwell.