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25 Seasons of Panthers Football: Mr. Reliable thrives in 2014
Tight end and team captain Greg Olsen epitomizes this year's team with his Pro Bowl play on the field and courage off the field.
25 Seasons of Panthers Football: Rivera leads Carolina to postseason in 2013
Ron Rivera wins NFL Coach of the Year and earns the nickname "Riverboat Ron" in the process.
25 Seasons of Panthers Football: Luuuuke arrives in 2012
Linebacker Luke Kuechly earns NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year after setting a team record with league-best 205 tackles.
25 Seasons of Panthers Football: Cam Newton era begins in 2011
Newton earns NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year award after rewriting the record book for rookie quarterbacks.
25 Seasons of Panthers Football: A win to savor in 2010
John Kasay kicks his 11th career game-winning field goal to give Panthers their first win of the season.
25 Seasons of Panthers Football: Rosario's buzzer beater in 2008
Tight end's touchdown as time expires in season opener at San Diego proves a tone-setter.
25 Seasons of Panthers Football: Age is but a number for Testaverde in 2007
Signed just four days before Carolina's game at Arizona, Vinny Testaverde becomes oldest quarterback in NFL history to win a game.
25 Seasons of Panthers Football: Rucker wreaks havoc in 2006
Inspired by his daughter, defensive end Mike Rucker helps Panthers shut out the rival Rams.
25 Seasons of Panthers Football: Besting the Bears in 2005
Carolina takes road show to Chicago and topples top-seeded Bears and their vaunted defense.
25 Seasons of Panthers Football: The Delhomme-Muhammad connection in 2004
Quarterback Jake Delhomme and wide receiver Muhsin Muhammad post career years for an injury-riddled team.
25 Seasons of Panthers Football: Double OT playoff thriller in 2003
Considered the greatest game in franchise history, Panthers stun Rams on their way to the Super Bowl.
25 Seasons of Panthers Football: Peppers and Smitty shine in 2002
Young players on each side of the ball - defensive end Julius Peppers and wide receiver Steve Smith - emerge as cornerstones.
25 Seasons of Panthers Football: Weinke wins the opener in 2001
Quarterback Chris Weinke, a 29-year-old rookie, leads Panthers to unlikely victory.
25 Seasons of Panthers Football: Hoover carries the load in 2000
The moniker "Hoov" is born as undrafted rookie Brad Hoover fills in and rushes for 117 yards on Monday Night Football.
25 Seasons of Panthers Football: The QB draw no one saw coming in 1999
Steve Beuerlein's unlikely quarterback draw spells the difference in an upset of the Packers.
25 Seasons of Panthers Football: Michael Bates a game-breaker in 1998
Kick returner Michael Bates sets numerous team records while earning third of five consecutive Pro Bowl nods.
25 Seasons of Panthers Football: Fred Lane opens eyes at Fan Fest in 1997
An unknown rookie running back named Fred Lane bursts onto the scene.
25 Seasons of Panthers Football: Down goes Dallas in 1996
Panthers knock off reigning Super Bowl champions in the franchise's first playoff game.
25 Seasons of Panthers Football: First victory fueled by iconic interception in 1995
Sam Mills' pick-six against the Jets propels Carolina to a signature moment.
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