Charles Johnson's Full Retirement Speech
Watch the full remarks from former defensive end Charles Johnson as he discusses his retirement after 11 seasons with the Panthers.
Cart Talk: Charles Johnson
As he rides off into the sunset, retiring defensive end Charles Johnson – and his son Prince – joins Bill Voth for Cart Talk presented by Tire Pros.
Charles Johnson Career Highlights
Check out some of the best moments from defensive end Charles Johnson's career.
Self Scout: Charles Johnson's work in the trenches
Panthers Insider Mike Craft takes a closer look at the veteran defensive end's impact this season.
Johnson: Time to eat greedy
Defensive end Charles Johnson meets with the media following Thursday's training camp practice.
Johnson: I bleed Panther black and blue
Veteran defensive end Charles Johnson discusses his two-year contract extension.
Panthers discuss looming free agency
Hear from defensive tackle Kawann Short, defensive end Charles Johnson, offensive tackle Mike Remmers and cornerback Leonard Johnson ahead of their impending free agency.
Keep Pounding Drummer: Charles Johnson
Reporter Libby Weihsmann catches up with defensive end Charles Johnson.
Johnson helps provide affordable housing
Defensive end Charles Johnson and his partners held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of their 124-unit affordable housing development in Columbia, S.C.
Charles Johnson sack
Defensive end Charles Johnson sacks Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson for a 10-yard loss on fourth down to end Seattle drive in Carolina territory.
Locker Room Talk: We kept fighting
Hear from tight end Greg Olsen, wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin, cornerback James Bradberry, defensive end Charles Johnson, linebacker Shaq Thompson and guard Trai Turner.
Charles Johnson's uncommon journey
The humble kid from a small town in Georgia has become much more than a successful football player.
Locker Room Talk: Tough pill to swallow
Hear from defensive end Charles Johnson, defensive end Kony Ealy, cornerback Teddy Williams, tackle Mike Remmers and cornerback Daryl Worley.
Locker Room Talk: Tough tape to watch
Hear from defensive end Charles Johnson, linebacker Luke Kuechly, defensive tackle Kawann Short, linebacker Shaq Thompson, tight end Greg Olsen and wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin.
Self Scout: Creating turnovers
Panthers Insider Mike Craft breaks down how takeaways by Shaq Thompson and Thomas Davis against the Broncos are the result of playing sound team defense.
Shaq Thompson fumble recovery
Linebacker Shaq Thompson recovers a fumble by Broncos running back Devontae Booker, who had the ball stripped by defensive end Charles Johnson.
Self Scout: Good team defense
Panthers Insider Mike Craft breaks down a couple plays that illustrate how Panthers defenders play with aggression but remain disciplined.
Locker Room Talk: A lot to improve
Sound from guard Trai Turner, wide receiver Ted Ginn Jr., fullback Mike Tolbert, wide receiver Devin Funchess, linebacker Shaq Thompson, defensive end Charles Johnson, wide receiver Damiere Byrd and running back Jalen Simmons.
Johnson: This season is big for me
Veteran defensive end Charles Johnson addresses the media before training camp practice Sunday.
Charles Johnson pays it forward
Earlier this offseason, the Charles Johnson Foundation held its fifth annual "Sports Academy and Community Weekend" in his hometown of Hawkinsville, Ga. to emphasize the benefits of athletics and education.
Hear from fullback Mike Tolbert, linebacker Luke Kuechly, defensive end Charles Johnson, center Ryan Kalil, linebacker Shaq Thompson and defensive tackle Vernon Butler following the conclusion of minicamp.
Panthers Insider: Dog days ahead
The Panthers defensive line is deep and talented, and that should mean trouble for opposing quarterbacks across the league.
Panthers Insider: Keeping our guys together
Panthers Insider Mike Craft talks to fullback Mike Tolbert about his decision to re-sign with the team and examines Carolina's continued efforts to keep the core intact.
Rapoport: "Charles Johnson going nowhere"
NFL Insider Ian Rapoport joins "NFL Total Access" to give more details on defensive end Charles Johnson returning to the Panthers.
Johnson retired in August of 2018 as a Carolina Panther...He finished his career ranked second in franchise history with 67.5 sacks and second with 19 forced fumbles...He played 143 games in 11 seasons, all with Carolina.
Jon Beason, Charles Johnson to announce Panthers' picks at 2019 NFL Draft
Beason will reveal the second-round pick and Johnson will unveil Carolina's pair of third-round selections.
Charles Johnson: "I had a ball"
Upon his retirement, legendary defensive end reflects on his football life.
Who got special shout-outs from Charles Johnson?
Heartfelt sentiments and hilarious stories were shared by the now-retired defensive end.
Charles Johnson calls it a career
The defensive end who spent all 11 years with the Panthers looks back on his NFL journey.
Panthers release Charles Johnson
Carolina's third-round draft choice in 2007 led the team in sacks four times from 2010-14 but has just five sacks since 2015.
Notes: Wes Horton's knack for the strip-sack
Wes Horton among the best at stripping the quarterback over the last year; fellow defensive end Charles Johnson among three back at practice.
Charles Johnson: More "Pep" in his step
Defensive end feeling fine after offseason back surgery and the return of former running mate Julius Peppers to an already formidable unit.
DE Ryan Delaire and WR Charles Johnson waived
Carolina parts ways with two players battling knee injuries; journeyman center Greg Van Roten signed.
Three Questions: 2017 Defensive ends
The return of Julius Peppers should strengthen a group that helped the Panthers rank second in sacks last season but that hopes to help more.
Charles Johnson, Damiere Byrd put surgeries behind them
DE Charles Johnson has been a limited participant after back surgery; full speed ahead for WR Damiere Byrd after knee surgery.
Panthers OTA Observations: Day 1
Head coach Ron Rivera pleased with attendance, attitude as team kicks off three weeks of organized team activities.
Five moves that could resurrect winning ways
Panthers enter organized team activities having worked tirelessly to position themselves for a rapid return to success.
Gettleman: Window for winning, as always, is now
While some subscribe to the idea that NFL teams have a limited window for success, general manager Dave Gettleman doggedly pursues ways to win at all times.
How offseason surgeries impact Panthers
A look at what's next for the Panthers after it was revealed QB Cam Newton, WR Damiere Byrd and DE Charles Johnson will miss OTAs.
Cam Newton, Charles Johnson, Damiere Byrd undergoing surgery
QB Cam Newton (shoulder), DE Charles Johnson (back) and WR Damiere Byrd (knee) projected to return for training camp after offseason procedures.
Where things stand after free agent flurry
After addressing several needs early in free agency, Panthers have positioned themselves well for the 2017 NFL Draft.
Panthers re-sign Kyle Love
Carolina brings back defensive tackle Kyle Love on a two-year contract.
Twelve Panthers become free agents
Panthers brought back 11 potential free agents before league year began.
Panthers re-sign Fozzy Whittaker
Change-of-pace running back inks two-year contract extension on eve of free agency.
Charles Johnson Q&A
Defensive end Charles Johnson opens up about his loyalty and love for the Panthers and talks about his desire to see Julius Peppers return to Carolina.
Panthers re-sign Charles Johnson
Defensive end and team captain Charles Johnson, second in franchise history in sacks, signs two-year extension two days before free agency begins.
Rivera: Continuity and change can coexist
Panthers will makeover some things, but head coach Ron Rivera believes the team's core has what it takes to quickly return to winning ways.
Five takeaways from Gettleman at the NFL Combine
General manager has a plan to address the team's uncertain offensive tackle situation and admits Panthers will be looking for a running back in the upcoming draft.