On the Prowl: Olsen climbs the ranks

OLSEN CLIMBING THE LIST OF ALL-TIME GREATS:Gonzalez. Witten. Gates. Sharpe. Newsome. Smith. Retzlaff. Winslow. Miller. And now you can add Carolina's own Greg Olsen. READ MORE

GETTLEMAN'S HOG MOLLIES:It's well documented that general manager Dave Gettleman loves size. Erik Sommers of Cat Scratch Reader offers his weekly assessment of the biggest players on the field from last week's game. READ MORE

PASS RUSH NOT DEPENDANT ON LINEMEN ALONE:Billy Marshall of Black and Blue Review broke down Carolina's pass rush and found running back Jonathan Stewart did more than what shows up on the stat sheet. READ MORE

THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT THE NINERS:Anthony Rizzuti of Panthers Wire offers his six notes fans should know going into Sunday's home opener. READ MORE

LONGEST ACTIVE HOME WIN STREAK:Thanks in large part to Panthers fans, Bank of America Stadium is home to the longest active home winning streak in the NFL. READ MORE



NOT THE ONLY YOUNG CORNER IN THE LEAGUE:Panthers cornerback James Bradberry may have a starting job, but he's not the only rookie corner consistently playing in the NFL. One visits this Sunday. READ MORE

MADDEN SAYS:Find out how Madden 17 predicts Sunday's contest to play out. READ MORE



KUECHLY AND KING:Linebacker Luke Kuechley talks instincts, high school football, and so much more with Peter King. LISTEN HERE

HALL OF FAME NOMINEES: Three players that spent parts of their careers with the Panthers – linebacker Sam Mills, running back Eric Metcalf and guard Nate Newton – have been nominated candidates for the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2017. READ MORE

BOSTON IN THE DAWGHOUSE: Safety Tre Boston's North Carolina Tar Heels lost to linebacker Thomas Davis, Sr.'s Georgia Bulldogs, and it's about time he made good on their friendly bet. READ MORE

THE 90s WERE A GREAT TIME:The 90s had their good – the birth of the Panthers being a local favorite – and their bad – technological limitations. We'll let you decide which group our '96 intro video belongs in. READ MORE

SPEAKING OF THE 90s:Panthers alumnus tight end Wesley Walls shares his thoughts on Olsen breaking his Carolina records. READ MORE

PANTHERS WORTH OVER $2 BILLION:Jerry Richardson and co. paid $200 million in 1993 to found their football franchise. The Panthers are worth 10 times that now. READ MORE


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


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