Jul 14, 2022 at 09:27 AM
CHARLOTTE — Former Panthers cornerback Rashard Anderson passed away in Mississippi Wednesday. He was 45.
Anderson, the Panthers’ first-round pick in 2000, played in 27 games with nine starts over two seasons with the team.
Our condolences go out to his family and loved ones.
Ask The Old Guy: It’s almost time for training camp
In this week’s mailbag, we get ready for Spartanburg, and the round-the-clock coverage that comes with it.
Veteran and rookie number changes before camp
After Baker Mayfield’s arrival triggered some switches, a few guys have new looks entering training camp.
In 1995, Sam Mills wrote a new chapter here
The Hall of Fame linebacker was central to building the expansion Panthers as the recognized leader in a room full of veterans.
Gamecocks women’s hoops title inspired Jaycee Horn
The Panthers cornerback wants to celebrate a championship like his girlfriend, South Carolina guard Brea Beal.
Social media reacts to new Panthers black helmet
See what players, fans, and the media posted about Tuesday’s helmet launch.
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Carolina will wear the new black helmets with black jerseys, pants and socks against Atlanta on Thursday Night Football.
For Ikem Ekwonu, the real work is about to begin
The first-round pick has absorbed the lessons of his elders, as he prepares to enter his first NFL training camp.
For Sam Mills, the USFL was both first and last chance
His first step toward the Pro Football Hall of Fame was with a team and league he had to consider, before becoming one of its dominant players.
Matt Ioannidis treating this like another rookie year
The veteran defensive tackle is getting comfortable in Carolina, and they hope he provides a boost along the defensive line.
With Baker Mayfield on board, Matt Corral can develop
The rookie quarterback can still compete for playing time, but he also has more time to learn the NFL game.