How did the Panthers spend their time off this offseason? Find out in our latest social media recap.
Cam Newton and several teammates put in some extra work at the Under Armour training facility in Baltimore, MD.
Rookie cornerback Daryl Worley returned to his hometown of Philadelphia to speak with elementary students regarding his personal story to the NFL. He joins a new batch of corners who vie to fill the void left by Josh Norman's departure.
After being picked up by the Carolina Panthers post-NFL Draft this offseason, Keyarris Garrett received his diploma from the University of Tulsa with his family in tow. A rookie wide receiver, Garrett will be receiving throws from reigning league MVP Cam Newton.
Defensive tackle Kyle Love has dedicated a chunk of his offseason to sharing the wisdom he gained following a Diabetes diagnosis in 2013. Entering his third season with the Panthers, Love graced the cover of Diabetes Forecast magazine to communicate healthier habits for those living with the disease.
Rookie cornerback James Bradberry showcased how his "jump game" is reaching new heights. Add on his size and ball-handling skills, and Bradberry's offseason training in Alabama could possibly elevate his chance at nabbing a starting position.
Linebacker Shaq Thompson mentored a new teammate at Carolina's preseason practice. By the look of this young boy's face, he was happy to be coached by one of league's most promising defensive leaders.
Who do you think had more fun at the beach? Linebacker David Mayo or his dog Maverick? Mayo enters his second season behind one of the best linebackers duos in the league – Luke Kuechly and Thomas Davis.
What's an offseason without a little vacation? Offensive tackle Daryl Williams ventured south to Cabo with his wife, Amber.
A breakout star of the 2015 season, Devin Funchess was a frequent target of Cam Newton (five touchdowns in the last nine games) and is aiming to solidify his prowess in 2016. This offseason, the 22-year old tried another new venture - riding a horse for the first time.
A knee injury inhibited wideout Kelvin Benjamin's play in 2015, but he'll reunite with Cam and the NFL's highest scoring offense in 2016. To prepare for his starting spot with the Panthers, Benjamin has trained extensively during the offseason to ensure his body is ready.
Tre Boston received the key to his hometown of Fort Myers, FL.
Kawann Short threw out the first pitch at a White Sox game.
Fozzy Whittaker got married.
Mike Tolbert traded in his shoulder pads for boxing gloves.
Kony Ealy hosted a football camp for youngsters.
Tre Boston got married.
Graham Gano worked on his craft.
Greg Olsen, Ryan Kalil and Blake Griffin visited New York City to watch Broadway hit Hamilton.
Philly Brown celebrated the birth of his son.
Mike Remmers had a son and they went to the Nike Store.
Brenton Bersin supported his local NBA team.
Charles Johnson paid it forward to his hometown.