With the combine in Indy officially over, the NFL is edging closer to the official start of the offseason. Trevor Sikkema of PFF and the NFL Stock Exchange Podcast joined Kyle Bailey for his outlook for the Panthers offseason. One of the main topics that Trevor got into with Kyle surrounded the Panthers need for […]

When CBS Sports’ Josina Anderson reported on Sunday that the Panthers and Brian Burns were ceasing long term contract negotiations, the expectation was that the team would use the franchise tag on him for a second straight season. On Tuesday, prior to the deadline, the team did just that. Bleacher Report’s Jordan Schulz was first […]

The Panther news happened early this morning, after The Athletic dropped the latest bombshell report, digging deeper into the dysfunction that exists under Dave Tepper's ownership. The Panthers are currently 1-11, the worst record in the NFL, and without a first-round draft pick in the 2024 NFL Draft, the outlook is bleak in terms of Carolina competing in the NFC South anytime soon. Factor in the team announcing earlier today that training camp won't be held at Wofford next season, just adding to the bad feeling that currently exists not only on the team, but throughout a fanbase that is growing tired, and more impatient by the day. 

In the first game following the firing of Frank Reich, the Panthers fell on the road to the Buccaneers 21-18 and now Carolina is officially eliminated from playoff contention. Steve Smith Sr. joined Kyle Bailey to break down what he saw in the Panthers defeat. One of Steve’s main talking points from yesterday’s game surrounded […]

Following the firing of Frank Reich the day before, Panthers owner David Tepper spoke with the media on Wednesday to discuss the move. In a fourteen minute presser, Tepper answered just eight questions before walking off, leaving a room full of reporter baffled and heated. The fifth year owner spent the majority of the presser […]

The Panthers fired head coach Frank Reich on Monday after the team dropped to 1-10 the day after in a loss on the road to the Tennessee Titans and had owner David Tepper yelling an obscenity on the way out of the locker room. That seems to have been the sign that the move was […]

Dave Tepper's press conference hasn't only been the talk here locally in Charlotte, but also the talk of the NFL, as virtually every analyst has something to say after the Panthers owner fired Frank Reich on Monday, and delivered a half-hearted press conference yesterday. Scott Fowler made headlines yesterday, after he publicly voiced his displeasure with Tepper ignoring him during the press conference, after Fowler wrote an article, stating that Tepper needs to fire himself as the owner. Another reporter, who hasn't been shy from asking Tepper the tough questions, or writing opinionated articles about Tepper, Joe Person, was on hand and started the press conference by asking if Tepper needs to re-evaluate himself, after making another hiring mistake. As Tepper was walking off the stage, Person tried to ask him about the job security of Panthers GM Scott Fitterer, to which he received no answer. 

Scott Fowler has covered the Charlotte sports scene, for nearly thirty years, at the Charlotte Observer, so he knows what it's like to report on a coach getting fired, and an organization having to go through the rebuild. Especially since David Tepper became the owner of the Panthers, and brought Charlotte FC to town, as Tepper, has now fired 5 coaches between the two franchises, after firing Frank Reich on Monday. With such dysfunction, Fowler wrote a column on Monday, stating the obvious, saying nothing would change until Reich fired himself. 

Almost 10 months ago, Frank Reich was introduced as Head Coach of the Carolina Panthers. Fast-forward to late November and Frank Reich is fired after a 1-10 start in Carolina. To break down the firing of Frank Reich and what happens next with Kyle Bailey is Joe Person of The Athletic. When it comes to […]

After the Panthers 17-10 loss to the Titans in Nashville, David Tepper decided to fire HC Frank Reich 11 games into his first season. Steve Smith joined Kyle Bailey to give his thoughts on the firing, and where we go next. Steve started by saying that no matter what Frank Reich is still a good […]