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Topic - Ron Rivera
Panthers coach Ron Rivera said lost in Monday night's controversial win against the New England Patriots is that Cam Newton played "one of the best games" of his NFL career and took another huge step in his development as a quarterback.
Nine weeks into a season hardly is a time to select winners for the prestigious awards The Associated Press will hand out on the NFL Honors show the night before the Super Bowl. So much can (and will) change over the next two months.
Panthers free safety Mike Mitchell said he's being "targeted" by Commissioner Roger Goodell after receiving his fifth fine of the season from the NFL.
Carolina Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart will miss at least the first six weeks of the season while he recovers from an ankle injury.
Panthers coach Ron Rivera says the team has placed Jonathan Stewart on the physically unable to perform (PUP) list, meaning the veteran running back will miss at least the first six weeks of the season.
Jim Schwartz stepped into perhaps the NFL's worst job of all time, inheriting its first 0-16 team.
Manti Te'o walked into a crowded room of reporters Saturday, took a breath and settled in for 15 minutes of NFL scouting combine history.
Ron Rivera will return as coach of the Carolina Panthers next season following his team's strong finish.
Andy Reid got such a hearty hug on the sideline from Howard Mudd that the 70-year-old assistant with the artificial hip actually lifted the burly head coach off his feet.
Tim Tebow has been out with two broken ribs and maybe a bruised ego.
Against the backdrop of an unthinkable tragedy, the Kansas City Chiefs gave themselves a reason to be proud Sunday — and perhaps the impetus to let the healing begin.
If it seems as though nearly every NFL game this season has come down to the final seconds, that's not your imagination.
Robert Griffin III doesn't care much for comparisons. He's unique in so many ways, and he knows it. A comparison establishes boundaries. He's not interested.
The Carolina Panthers can't seem to catch a break these days.
Panthers owner Jerry Richardson sat down in his office Sunday night with Marty Hurney and posed two questions to the franchise's longtime general manager: Why are the Panthers 1-5 and when are they going to get better?
"Mike plays very hard, physical football and has a great style, and he's got a great brand" of football, Rivera said. "It's spreading among our players in terms of them being physical football players. And he's done a great job for us and I most certainly do appreciate what he's doing for our defense."
Coach Ron Rivera said he's been pleased with what Mitchell's contributions to the league's third-ranked defense.