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On The Prowl 3/4: Norwell On NFL All-Under-25 Team

Posted Mar 4, 2016

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NORWELL NAMED TO ALL-UNDER-25 TEAM: Panthers guard Andrew Norwell is among the players included on Eliot Harrison's All-Under-25 Team on NFL.com. A total of 26 players make up the list, which Harrison bills as the next generation of NFL stars. Harrison notes that a secret to the Panthers' 2015 success was stronger play along the offensive line, and Norwell was a big part of that improvement. Norwell allowed only two sacks last season and helped contribute to Carolina's league-leading rushing offense. READ MORE

ALLEN ON CAROLINA'S CULTURE: Recently retired defensive end Jared Allen offered strong praise for a positive culture the Panthers organization has worked to develop. "There's zero drama. Zero. I mean, I've never been on a team where there's zero locker room drama at all," Allen said. "And the veterans have done such a good job ... the young guys make it easy to lead because they follow. But it's all because coach Rivera has set this culture -- it is a player-run locker room but that stems from the head coach." READ MORE

FOSTER JOINS TEXAS TECH STAFF: Former Panther DeShaun Foster has been hired as the running backs coach at Texas Tech. Foster previously served as the Director of Player Development & High School Relations at UCLA. READ MORE

BENJAMIN, HILL ON ROAD TO RECOVERY: View exclusive footage of wide receivers Kelvin Benjamin and Stephen Hill as they work their way back from season-ending knee injuries.

PANTHERS SIGN SCOTT: Versatile reserve offensive lineman Chris Scott reached a one-year deal with the Panthers before the start of free agency. READ MORE

PANTHERS RELEASE JOHNSON: Carolina parted ways with veteran defensive end Charles Johnson, who ranks second in team history with 63.5 sacks. "Charles was an impact player for the Carolina Panthers for a long time, both on and off the field," general manager Dave Gettleman said. "His statistics speak for themselves, and as a team captain he led the way you want your leaders to lead – by example. I wish him the best moving forward." READ MORE

PANTHERS RELEASE EDWARDS, CHANDLER: The past four seasons, defensive tackle Dwan Edwards was a valuable rotation player and offensive tackle Nate Chandler was a versatile contributor when healthy. READ MORE

PANTHERS FRANCHISE TAG NORMAN: Pro Bowl cornerback Josh Norman is now under contract for the 2016 season after the Panthers used the non-exclusive franchise tag on deadline day. READ MORE

NORMAN ON ESPN: Norman joined ESPN to discuss a multitude of topics, including contract negotiations, the Super Bowl, his time at Costal Carolina and Batman. Bill Voth of the Black and Blue Review has the complete recap. READ MORE