The Carolina Panthers (5-10) will finish the season at home against New Orleans (11-4) on Sunday afternoon at 4:25 p.m. ET.
The game will be broadcast regionally on FOX and available for streaming on the Panthers app and Panthers.com on a mobile device in the broadcast region.
WATCH ON TV
TELEVISION BROADCAST: FOX (WJZY in Charlotte). See above broadcast map to see if your local FOX station will carry the game.
On The Call: Adam Amin, Mark Schlereth, Lindsay Czarniak
WATCH ON MOBILE
Fans can watch games for FREE online through Panthers.com on mobile web and the Panthers' app. Links to watch will be available at the start of the game on both platforms.
GAME PASS: If you are outside of the Panthers' market, you can purchase a GamePass subscription to watch the game on-demand after it's over. International customers can watch LIVE on GamePass.
LOCAL RADIO BROADCAST: WBT-AM 1110 AM in Charlotte market, click here for a full list of affiliate stations.
On The Call: Mick Mixon, Kurt Coleman, Jim Szoke, Kristen Balboni
The Panthers Radio Network features eight hours of game-day coverage, beginning three hours before the game and concluding with two hours of wrap-up reaction and postgame analysis.
Click here to listen to the radio broadcast live online, starting at 10 a.m. ET on Sunday. The broadcast is available nationwide on desktop computers and in the Charlotte region on mobile phones. It is also available in the Panthers app by clicking the Live Radio icon on the top of the home screen.
SOCIAL MEDIA: Follow the Panthers for live updates and behind-the-scenes content during the game.
FOLLOW ON THE APP
Alongside live statistics and a live stream of the game, fans have multiple ways to play alongside the game within the Panthers app.
You can win cash and prizes by playing the FanDuel Gridiron Pick'Em, GMC Trivia, the Coca-Cola QB Toss, AR Tire Toss, Bud Light's Responsibility Has Its Rewards and the Match Game.
You can also take an augmented reality journey to the 50-yard line from your home.
The Panthers trail the all-time series against the Saints, 25-27. Carolina has played New Orleans more than any other team in its history.