Final Auditions

Several Carolina Panthers players will use Sunday's game in Atlanta as a final audition for next season. Whether pushing for a starting job or just another roster invite, these four players have a lot to play for against the division-leading Falcons.
January 1, 2011

A.P.'s Camp Blog: 8-5

Arsenio Parks, fullback at Wofford College, spent Thursday's practice scouting the young fullback tandem of the Carolina Panthers. Parks gives his opinion on their workout performance and talks about their role in a run-first offense.
August 6, 2010

Q&A: UVA Assistant on FB RaShawn Jackson

The Panthers field one of the most proven halfback tandems in the NFL. Their fullback tandem, however, is one of the league's greenest. Bringing up the backend of that group is bruising rookie RaShawn Jackson. To learn more about the versatile back, we check in with UVA's Anthony Poindexter.
July 19, 2010

PI Exclusive: Interview with Rashawn Jackson

Rashawn Jackson fell through the cracks in the draft and right into Carolina's lap. Now, the bulldozing rookie is hard at work trying to replace fan favorite Brad Hoover. In between workouts, Jackson found time to go one-on-one with PantherInsider.com.
June 15, 2010

RB Prospects and the 49ers

A lot of mock drafts have the 49ers taking a RB fairly high. Trent Baalke, the team's Director of Pro Personnel, professed recently his admiration for the Dallas Cowboys three-RB system, which has only fueled the speculation, while Frank Gore, the team's star back, made it clear during the club's organized workout period that he wants more work, not less.
April 9, 2010

Fullback Among Cardinals 2010 Draft Plans?

Draft prospect Rashawn Jackson is a punishing fullback, and is athletic enough to be a factor running and catching the ball as well. The former University of Virginia standout figures to be a mid-round pick in this year's draft. AZRedReport.com confirmed Jackson interviewed with the Cardinals at the Senior Bowl. So would Jackson be a good fit in Arizona? Andy Bishop tackles the question.
February 6, 2010