Charlotte Observer "The Carolina Panthers played without their best pass-rusher, had the franchise’s all-time rushing leader on the bench with a leg injury and saw their franchise quarterback and his cracked ribs get sacked five times. Yet, the Panthers will wake up Monday morning alone in first place in the NFC..." September 15
Ron Rivera asked if they've discussed releasing Greg Hardy: "No."
Pro Football Talk "As further proof that the NFL can’t credibly impose discipline for domestic violence while the Rice investigation is pending, Jay Glazer of FOX Sports reports that the NFL may seek outside guidance in connection with the case of Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy. Outside help shouldn’t be..." September 14
Winston-Salem Journal "Quarterback Matthew Stafford of the Detroit Lions swears he didn’t know his footwork was such a big deal until after Monday night’s win against the New York Giants. He wiggled his way out of the pocket and found Calvin Johnson for touchdowns twice in the first quarter, and in the third quarter..." September 14
Pro Football Talk "All week long, Panthers coach Ron Rivera said he expected defensive end Greg Hardy to play. But from the moment Monday morning when video emerged of Ray Rice punching his wife in the face, the decision stopped being a football decision. The Panthers had to swallow hard and make the..." September 14
Pro Football Talk "All signs have pointed all week to Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy assuming his normal spot in the team’s starting lineup. Multiple reports have indicated that the Panthers will continue to let Hardy play while his jury trial on domestic violence charges are pending. Even if they..." September 14
#Panthers coaches do not expect RB DeAngelo Williams (thigh) to play today, I’m told. Good news for Jonathan Stewart fantasy owners.
Greg Hardy is INACTIVE.
THIS JUST IN: Cam Newton will "no doubt" start this Sunday, Panthers coach Ron Rivera says. pic.twitter.com/g68jGeEHmE
ESPN.com "The Carolina Panthers have no plan to change their stance, saying they'll continue to let defensive end Greg Hardy play while the legal system handles his domestic violence case. The 2013 Pro Bowl selection was found guilty in July by a Mecklenburg County judge of assaulting and threatening..." September 13
ESPN.com "Carolina Panthers running back DeAngelo Williams did not practice on Friday for the second straight day with a thigh injury and is listed as questionable for Sunday's home opener against the Detroit Lions. Williams did run prior to practice, but his status for the game is up in the air. "I'm..." September 13
Pro Football Talk "As the NFL tries to strike the delicate balance between respecting a player’s due-process rights in domestic violence cases and imposing discipline on a player based on an investigation conducted by the team or the league, the Panthers have opted not to take action against defensive end Greg..." September 12
Charlotte Observer "In a week where there’s been as much focus on the field as off it, the Carolina Panthers will start embattled defensive end Greg Hardy. Hardy missed practice Wednesday to meet with his lawyer. He returned Thursday and had two good days of practice, Panthers coach Ron Rivera said. “He looks..." September 12
USA Today "With the NFL embroiled in a domestic violence scandal involving the Baltimore Ravens, former running back Ray Rice and now NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, one of the league's prominent owners broke down in tears Wednesday night while addressing the subject. Jerry Richardson, the longtime owner..." September 11
Fox Sports Carolinas "It was difficult to tell what annoyed Cam Newton more during his weekly press conference Wednesday afternoon, the questions about sitting out next week or the fact that his cracked rib and surgically repaired ankle have yet to fully heal. Newton was benched before the start of the Carolina..." September 10
Pro Football Talk "The Panthers had one key part back on the practice field today, but another was mysteriously absent. Via Bill Voth of Black and Blue Review, quarterback Cam Newton was practicing and doing more than the media saw him do last week. That’s a good sign that he’s going to be able to play this..." September 10
CBSSports.com "Even though his alleged actions took place before the NFL put the new domestic violence discipline policy in place, Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy will be subject to the new policy, Roger Goodell said Wednesday. The commissioner was visiting Wake Forest High School to celebrate the..." September 10
Pro Football Talk "The NFL’s new domestic violence policy, coupled with the league’s indefinite suspension of Ray Rice, has prompted some to call for swift and immediate action against Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy. And that would be wrong if it happened. Hardy’s case remains unresolved in the legal system...." September 10
ThePostGame.com "This NFL season has kicked off with more fanfare than ever before, and excitement for the sport isn't limited to the United States. For the first time in the league's history there will be three regular-season games played abroad, all of them at Wembley Stadium in London. The games will come on..." September 09
CBSSports.com "Superman won't suit up for the Panthers on Sunday, as Cam Newton is on the inactive list for Carolina and will miss the first regular season game of his career. The former No. 1 overall pick in 2010 injured his ribs during the preseason while playing the Patriots. It didn't look like Newton,..." September 07
Pro Football Talk "The signs continue to point to the Panthers not playing quarterback Cam Newton on Sunday at Tampa. It started with former Buccaneers cornerback and FOX analyst Ronde Barber letting the cat out of the bag regarding the presence of Panthers quarterback Derek Anderson at the production meeting...." September 07
ESPN.com "Before Sunday's game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Carolina Panthers running back DeAngelo Williams dyed his trademark dreadlocks pink and painted his toenails pink in honor of his late mother, Sandra Hill, who lost her battle with breast cancer in May. Williams has been at the forefront of..." September 07
Pro Football Talk "Panthers coach Ron Rivera got the nickname “Riverboat” for taking chances. But he’s leaning toward playing it safe with his franchise quarterback today. A league source tells PFT that it’s still unlikely that Cam Newton plays today against the Buccaneers because of the rib injury suffered in..." September 07
Winston-Salem Journal "Defensive tackle Gerald McCoy, a two-time Pro Bowl selection, stood in a corner of the locker room sizing up the challenge the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will face today in their season-opener against the Carolina Panthers, the defending NFC South champions. The Bucs haven’t made the playoffs since..." September 07
CBSSports.com "If the 'Kraken' shows up in Tampa Bay on Sunday, he's going to cost Greg Hardy some money. The 'Kraken' is Hardy's alter-ego on game day and the face paint design that Hardy uses to create the 'Kraken' has been outlawed by the NFL. The league office sent a memo to the Panthers listing all the..." September 07
ESPN.com "Cam Newton was a full participant in Friday's practice, but Carolina Panthers coach Ron Rivera said he would not decide whether the franchise quarterback will start Sunday's opener at Tampa Bay until game day. "Cam took all of his reps today,'' Rivera said of Newton, who has fractured ribs...." September 06
Cam Newton was throwing today at Panthers practice. DeAngelo Williams provided injury update, telling reporters Cam was not limited today.
NFL.com "At this time last week, Cam Newton and Ron Rivera both expressed certainty that a rib injury would not prevent the Carolina Panthers' quarterback from starting versus the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the season opener. After rib soreness caused Newton to miss Wednesday's practice, that certainty has..." September 04
CBSSports.com "After spending two fruitless seasons with the Jets after they took him in the second round of the 2012 draft, receiver Stephen Hill was released last week. But the Panthers, in need of receiver help, have offered Hill a second chance, signing him Tuesday to the team's practice squad. Hill..." September 02
Cat Scratch Reader "The Carolina Panthers have named their 2014 captains and the build up was decidedly less dramatic than a year ago. Instead of waiting to see if Cam Newton would become a first-time leader, instead the selections were a group of easy decisions, players who represent the vision of the team moving..." September 02
Rivera: I am still confident Cam will start vs. Tampa Bay.
Panthers worked out WRs Stephen Hill and Kadron Boone but have no immediate plans to sign either. Part of their ready list.
Greg Olsen returns to practice after missing last week following his son's heart surgery.
Pro Football Talk "As part of the expansion of practice squads to 10 players, the league is letting each team bring back two more experienced players. The Panthers are taking full advantage of that, signing a pair of guys with starting experience to the $6,300 a week practice squad. The team announced they had..." August 31
Pro Football Talk "The Panthers cut a pair of former contributors to last year’s No. 2-ranked defense as part of final cuts. Safety Robert Lester, who started last year after making the team as an undrafted rookie was waived, along with cornerback Josh Thomas. In addition to the previously reported guard Chris..." August 30
Pro Football Talk "The Panthers’ offensive line has gone several changes in the offseason due to retirement. On Saturday, the Panthers opted to make a change via termination of employment. Per a league source, guard Chris Scott has been released." August 30
Charlotte Observer "Carolina Panthers quarterback Derek Anderson's adventures in football and fatherhood began in a delivery room Wednesday evening in Charlotte and ended in a training room at Heinz Field on Thursday night. With starting quarterback Cam Newton on the sideline with cracked ribs, an injury to..." August 29
Pro Football Talk "Maybe Derek Anderson should have stayed home with the family and gotten some sleep. And maybe the Panthers would have been better off if he had. The Panthers quarterback stayed in Charlotte last night to witness the birth of his daughter, flew to Pittsburgh this morning because they only had..." August 28
ESPN.com "Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton said he'll be ready to start Week 1 of the regular season against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers despite fracturing his ribs last week. Newton was injured during Friday night's 30-7 preseason loss at New England. He will not play at Pittsburgh on Thursday..." August 28
Fox Sports Carolinas "The lone big-name free agent the Carolina Panthers signed during the offseason will finally play for the first time this preseason against Pittsburgh on Thursday night. And it's none too soon for safety Roman Harper, who has missed nearly all of training camp because of a turf toe injury..." August 28
ESPN.com "Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton, who suffered a hairline fracture to his ribs, said Wednesday he'll be ready to start Week 1 of the regular season against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Newton was injured during Friday night's 30-7 preseason loss at New England. He will not play in Thursday..." August 27
NFL.com "The Panthers placed three players on injured reserve and one on reserve/physically unable to perform to reduce the roster to the 75-man limit on Tuesday. Quarterback Matt Blanchard, tight end D.C. Jefferson and offensive lineman Kevin Matthews were placed on IR. Wide receiver De'Andre Presley..." August 26
Yahoo! Sports "Sean Gilbert and DeMaurice Smith need to go at it, town-hall style battle-royale style in a debate. After all, these are the two men who could go head-to-head for the NFLPA executive director spot soon, even if the sitting executive director Smith has no plans of leaving his post. Gilbert, the..." August 26
SB Nation "Quarterback Cam Newton suffered a hairline fracture in one of his ribs against the New England Patriots, the Carolina Panthers announced on Sunday. Head coach Ron Rivera said Newton will not play in the final preseason game against the Pittsburgh Steelers but should be available for Week..." August 25
Panthers cut wide receiver Tiquan Underwood, according to a source
ESPN.com "Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton suffered a back contusion late in the second quarter of a 30-7 preseason loss against the New England Patriots on Friday night. Newton underwent X-rays as a precaution, and coach Ron Rivera said they came back negative. After escaping pressure, Newton..." August 23
Boston Globe "Chandler Jones sacked Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton twice and Rob Ninkovich added a sack as well as the Patriots defense tried to pitch a shutout in their third preseason game, beating the Panthers 30-7. Backup Patriots linebacker Steve Beauharnais picked off Panthers second stringer..." August 23
Charles Johnson, Roman Harper, Nate Chandler, Trai Turner, Mike McNeill, Darrin Reeves and Chase Blackburn won't play for Panthers tonite.