The Carolina Panthers officially opened 2019 training camp this week with their first practices of the season at Wofford College, and so far there has been good news — Cam Newton’s shoulder appears healthy. The Charlotte Observer has you covered throughout training camp with our five-person crew out in Spartanburg that will be providing live coverage of every practice this month.
Carolina Panthers training camp, which means the real competition starts now. While the last two days have been valuable from a conditioning and installation perspective, coach Ron Rivera said Friday he can’t wait to see the tempo jump as pads come on.
Carolina Panthers rookie Brian Burns has arm length and first-step quickness that could allow him quick impact on a team hurting for pass-rushers.
The most readily apparent things Friday was the continued progress of one of the Panthers’ biggest unknowns: the offensive line. That unit, an equal split of holdovers and newbies, is one that coach Ron Rivera said he was looking forward to watching as far back as spring workouts.
The Carolina Panthers are back with practice again today, and you can maintain all the action right here by following the twitter feed below.
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