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Latest Jerry Richardson Items
NFL owners and their locked-out players are talking again.
Before signing off on the decision to draft Cam Newton No. 1 overall, Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson invited the former Auburn quarterback to his home and pulled out a letter from a fan.
Carl Eller emerged from a 7-hour mediation session between the NFL and its locked-out players and let out a big sigh.
After more than a month off, the NFL and its locked-out players have starting talking again about how to resolve their differences and ensure there is pro football played this fall.
The NFL and its locked-out players started talking again, and they talked all day.
The NFL and its locked-out players launched a second round of mediation Thursday, this time under a court order to try and figure out a solution to their labor dispute.
Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson is unhappy with his team's offensive play, most specifically at quarterback.
There's been suggestions over the years the Carolina Panthers can never catch a break.
In a light atmosphere full of smiles and laughs, the Panthers held their final full practice under John Fox on Friday, with the coach insisting he's been preparing for the end of his run in Carolina for about two years.