Colin Jones interception
Safety records second pick of Aaron Rodgers of the day to set up the offense for a touchdown drive.
Locker Room Talk: We were pretty relentless
Hear from players inside the locker room following the home victory over Miami.
Jones: Excited to be back in Carolina
Safety Colin Jones chats with Panthers Insider Mike Craft after signing a two-year contract.
Position Review: Safeties
The Panthers.com crew discusses the performance of the safeties during the 2016 season.
Locker Room Talk: One final shot
Hear from fullback Mike Tolbert, wide receiver Ted Ginn, Jr., cornerback Daryl Worley, cornerback James Bradberry, tackle Mike Remmers, defensive tackle Kawann Short, center Tyler Larsen, safety Colin Jones, linebacker Shaq Thompson and defensive end Mario Addison.
We miss him and we love him
Hear from head coach Ron Rivera, quarterback Cam Newton, kicker Graham Gano, special teams assistant Chase Blackburn, wide receiver Ted Ginn, Jr., fullback Mike Tolbert, cornerback Daryl Worley, cornerback James Bradberry and safety Colin Jones.
Panthers are now the hunters
Panthers Insider Mike Craft looks at how a change of attitude has the players back to practicing with more enthusiasm.
Panther Talk: Jones joins the show
Safety Colin Jones talks about what went wrong against Atlanta and his role on the team.
"It puts everything in perspective"
Panthers players brought joy to patients and families during a surprise visit at Levine Children’s Hospital in Charlotte.
Locker Room Talk: Test against the Patriots
Sound from linebacker Thomas Davis, safety Kurt Coleman, defensive tackle Kawann Short, running back Fozzy Whittaker, wide receiver Philly Brown, linebacker A.J. Klein and safety Colin Jones.
Locker Room Talk: Need to make adjustments
Sound from quarterback Cam Newton, cornerback James Bradberry, saftey Colin Jones, defensive tackles Star Lotulelei and Kawann Short, and offensive tackle Mike Remmers.
Players React: The fans were electric
Players talk about how they fed off the energy from fans during their practice at Bank of America Stadium.
Camp Daily: Day 5
Panthers Insider Mike Craft and reporter Libby Weihsmann recap all the day’s action from Wofford College.
Position Preview: Safeties
The Panthers.com crew breaks down Carolina's depth at safety entering the 2016 season.
Locker Room Talk: A dream come true
Sound from cornerback Cortland Finnegan, safety Colin Jones, linebacker David Mayo, wide receiver Philly Brown, wide receiver Devin Funchess, fullback Mike Tolbert and wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery.
Locker Room Talk: Play Our Game
Sound from safety Kurt Coleman, wide receiver Ted Ginn, Jr., safety Colin Jones and safety Roman Harper.
Colin Jones interception
Safety picks off pass by Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford that went off the hands of wide receiver Jordan Matthews.
Locker Room Talk: Room for improvement
Sound from fullback Mike Tolbert, center Ryan Kalil, tight end Ed Dickson, wide receiver Ted Ginn Jr., safety Colin Jones, guard Trai Turner and safety Roman Harper.
Colin Jones: Helping however I can
Versatile safety is passionate about his many roles on defense and special teams.
Camp Daily: Sounds of the game
The practice field reverberated with the sounds of pads clashing as the team practiced in full gear for the first time.
Panthers Weekly: Marching in
Carolina caps week of roster moves and lineup changes energized about trip to New Orleans.
Panthers Weekly: Must win game
One win, especially against a division rival, could turn the Panthers season around in the wide open NFC South.
Colin Jones: In the end it wasn't enough
Safety says the defense played hard but had letdowns late in the first half and early in the second half in tough, disappointing loss to Saints.
Locker Room Talk: This time it's for real
The Panthers will see a much different Steelers team than the one they faced in the preseason finale and will have to be ready to play in this Sunday night showdown.
Locker Room Talk: Focused and fired up
After a week of fine tuning, the Panthers are excited about home opener against the Lions.
Entering his ninth NFL season, Jones ranks ninth in franchise history with 52 special teams tackles.