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Latest Jon Beason Items
Capsules of the 16 NFC teams entering NFL free agency, which begins Tuesday:
The Carolina Panthers can't seem to catch a break these days.
Carolina Panthers five-time Pro Bowl wide receiver Steve Smith will return to practice Sunday and expects to play in the Sept. 9 season opener at Tampa Bay.
Ryan Kalil believes the Carolina Panthers will win the Super Bowl this season _ and he put his money where his mouth is to prove it.
The Carolina Panthers are placing both starting rookie defensive tackles _ Terrell McClain and Sione Fua _ on injured reserve, a person familiar with the decisions said on Tuesday.
Michael Vick thrilled Georgia Dome fans for six seasons. Many of them felt betrayed by subsequent events that led to Vick doing jail time for his role in a dogfighting ring.
St. Louis running back Steven Jackson hurt his right leg Sunday while running virtually untouched on a 47-yard touchdown run on the Rams' first offensive play of the season.
Claiming he paid for nightclub outings, sex parties, cars and other gifts, former Miami booster and convicted Ponzi schemer Nevin Shapiro has told Yahoo! Sports he provided extra benefits to 72 of the university's football players and other athletes between 2002 and 2010.
Nevin Shapiro, a former Miami booster who is serving a 20-year prison sentence for masterminding a $930 million Ponzi scheme, has told Yahoo! Sports he provided impermissible benefits to 72 of the university's football players and other athletes between 2002 and 2010.