On the Prowl 12/17: Twelve Panthers Top Pro Bowl Voting

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FINAL PRO BOWL VOTES:The NFL released the results of online fan balloting for the 2015 Pro Bowl and twelve Panthers finished in the top two in total votes at their positions. Quarterback Cam Newton finished second overall with 701,086 fan votes, just 468 shy of the leading vote-getter, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. Additionally, eight Panthers led their respective position groups: center Ryan Kalil, guard Trai Turner, fullback Mike Tolbert, inside linebacker Luke Kuechly, outside linebacker Thomas Davis, cornerback Josh Norman, free safety Kurt Coleman and special teamer Joe Webb. Including Newton, defensive tackle Kawann Short, tight end Greg Olsen and tackle Michael Oher were the second-place vote getters. Fan voting accounts for one-third of all votes, with coaches and players making up the remaining two-thirds. The official selections will be announced Dec. 22 on the NFL Network. READ MORE

JACK OF ALL TRADES:Matt Brown of ESPN.com writes that quarterback Newton is capable of playing several positions. READ MORE

NORMAN SOUNDFX:Cornerback Josh Norman was wired for sound during the Panthers Week 14 win over Atlanta. Check out the video below.

OLSEN, PANTHERS A PERFECT FIT:Art Stapleton of NorthJersey.com outlines why New Jersey native Greg Olsen has thrived with the Carolina Panthers. READ MORE

MCCLAIN RETURNS TO PANTHERS:Bill Voth of the Black and Blue Review spoke with recently-signed cornerback Robert McClain, who* *will restart his career where it initially started. *READ MORE*

STEWART OUT, ARTIS-PAYNE UP FOR WEEK 15:Max Henson of Panthers.com writes that Jonathan Stewart will not play Sunday vs. the New York Giants, which creates a big opportunity for rookie running back Cameron Artis-Payne. READ MORE

View photos from the Panthers' week of practice leading up to their game against the Giants.

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