Charlotte Observer "Panthers defensive end Charles Johnson's sprained knee isn't yet 100 percent, but Johnson expects to play Sunday against New Orleans. "I'm still building up to (100 percent), but I'll be good to go on Sunday," Johnson said Wednesday. "It's feeling good. It's getting stronger. I'm just ready for..." December 04
Charlotte Observer "Panthers defensive end Charles Johnson was on crutches with a brace on his right knee Wednesday. But the consensus around Bank of America Stadium was that it could have been worse. Johnson was injured in the third quarter Monday night in the 24-20 win against New England when Patriots right..." November 21
Pro Football Talk "The coach of the team the Panthers beat last night is notorious for monotonously calling his players “day-to-day.” Panthers defensive end Charles Johnson is, a day after being leg whipped by Patriots tackle Marcus Cannon, week-to-week. Per a league source, Johnson has a sprained MCL. The..." November 19
Charlotte Observer "As he returned to the Panthers’ locker room following a short weightlifting session Thursday afternoon, defensive end Charles Johnson agreed to talk to a reporter. The initial topic? Johnson’s dislike of the spotlight. Before he could answer, a larger group descended to ask Johnson about his..." November 03
Rivera expects Charles Johnson (groin) and DeAngelo Williams (quad) to practice Friday.
Charlotte Observer "Carolina Panthers defensive end Charles Johnson has 10 days to let his injured groin heal in the hopes he can play against his home-state team. An MRI exam on Johnson’s right groin was negative, but his status for next week’s game against Atlanta remains uncertain, Panthers coach Ron Rivera..." October 26
Mac's Football Blog "The Carolina Panthers cleared over $4 million in cap space last week by restructuring the contract of defensive end Charles Johnson a source with knowledge of the situation confirmed on Monday. Johnson had been earning $6.75 million in base salary and had a cap number of $13 million in 2013 the..." September 16