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NEWTON STILL HAS ROOM TO GROW: We all know that Cam Newton took home league MVP last season, but Bill Barnwell of ESPN believes the quarterback may still improve his play. READ MORE

PANTHERS FANS SOUND OFF ON FRIDAY'S OPPONENT: Most might assume Carolina fans would despise their division rivals, but Carolina Huddle found it might actually be this Friday's opponent.  **READ MORE** CANNON THINKS CAROLINA IS HOME TO THE BEST FRONT SEVEN IN THE NFL: Patriots right tackle Marcus Cannon had some complimentary things to say about the Panthers' defensive line and linebackers.  **READ MORE**

GINN READY TO CONTINUE 2015 SUCCESS: Ted Ginn, Jr. has a specific role within the Panthers' offense, and he relishes his opportunities.  **WATCH VIDEO**

THOMPSON COMFORTABLE IN ALL PACKAGES: With mentors like Thomas Davis and Luke Kuechly, linebacker Shaq Thompson has proven his ability to contribute to Carolina's stingy defense. **READ MORE**

CAROLINA'S SECONDARY COMING TOGETHER: Those on the outside may still have questions, but rookies James Bradberry, Zack Sanchez and Daryl Worley know they're up to the task. **READ MORE**

CASH CAN CONTRIBUTE: Undrafted free agent Jeremy Cash has been making the transition from safety to linebacker with ease. **READ MORE**

GARRETT CONTINUES TO TURN HEADS: If wide receiver Keyarris Garrett, another undrafted rookie, continues to practice the way he has, he might find a spot on this team. **READ MORE**

SHULER HAS A SPECIAL BOND TO THE PANTHERS' "KEEP POUNDING": Just like Panthers legend Sam Mills, rookie wide receiver Miles Shuler attended Long Branch High in Long Branch, N.J. Just like him, he wants to make a positive impact for the Panthers. **READ MORE**

MAYBE THERE'S NO SUCH THING AS A SUPER BOWL LOSER'S CURSE: In the past, rumor had it that losing the Super Bowl had dire consequences for the following season. Turns out, the Panthers may already be on their way to a 10-win season.  **READ MORE**

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