Forward To The Future 2018: Kicker

Graham Gano The 30 year old kicker enters the 2017 season just recovering from a broken bone in his right foot or what is referred to as a “ballerina injury”, and on the final year of his contract. Gano finished his 2016 season with his lowest kicking percentage since becoming a Carolina Panther at 78.9% (30…

Forward To The Future 2018: Offensive Tackle

Michael Oher The 31 year old offensive tackle enters 2017 on more unstable footing than any Panther on the 2017 roster. Oher still reeling from a concussion he suffered in the 2016 season not only sits on the fence waiting for doctors to let him know if he can continue his NFL career. He also…

Forward To The Future 2018: Tight End

Greg Olsen The 32 year old three time Pro Bowl tight end will enter the 2018 off-season on the final year of his current extension with the Panthers. Olsen has become one of the most important pieces of the offense and the top receiving targets for the former MVP Cam Newton throughout his career. While…

Forward To The Future 2018: Linebacker

Thomas Davis Sr. The 34 year old linebacker for the Panthers is in the final year of his contract in 2017 but has stated this off-season that he does indeed hope to continue his career with the Panthers. When he joined Garcia and Bailey on WFNZ in May he stated he is hoping for a contract extension…

The 30 Draft Visit Effect

After having some discussions on twitter about the 2017 Draft and the Panthers “30” visits. Discussions revolving around the importance of the 30 pre-draft visits that are allotted to the Panthers. I decided I would take the time today to go back and look at lists and info I have stored on my computer from the…

Creating CAP Space 2017

With Free Agency looming around the corner the Carolina Panthers are sitting in a pretty good spot in 2017 to be players in the Free Agent market early. After freeing up CAP space by cutting Paul Soliai to save $2.5 million, and Mike Tolbert to save $1.725 million on the CAP for 2017. Then tagging Kawann Short…