Best catches by Curtis Samuel, D.J. Moore in Week 17
Watch all of the best catches by wide receivers Curtis Samuel and D.J. Moore versus the New Orleans Saints in Week 17.
Curtis Samuel talks about his end to the season
Samuel passed 1,000 scrimmage yards and posted back-to-back 100-yard games to finish the season.
HIGHLIGHT: Curtis Samuel passes 1,000 scrimmage yards
Samuel passed the 1,000-yard mark on a 33-yard catch over the middle in the first half.
HIGHLIGHT: Curtis Samuel with big toe drag swag
Samuel beat Malcom Jenkins for a great catch along the sidelines to set up a score.
Curtis Samuel said it felt good to make plays for his team
Samuel had a career-high 158 scrimmage yards in the win at Washington.
Curtis Samuel's best plays from career day
Watch all of Samuel's biggest plays as he set new career highs in receiving yards (106) and rushing yards (52).
HIGHLIGHT: Curtis Samuel hauls in 44-yard catch
Teddy Bridgewater hit Samuel deep for a 44-yard reception to set up a touchdown.
HIGHLIGHT: Curtis Samuel runs for 45 yards to set up score
Samuel recorded the longest rush of the season around the end to set up a Panthers touchdown.
Curtis Samuel speaks about fourth-down play at end of game
Samuel finished with seven catches for 68 yards, all coming in the second half.
HIGHLIGHT: Curtis Samuel converts third down with catch and run
Samuel made his team-best 18th third down conversion with a 17-yard catch and run.
Toe Drag Swag: Curtis Samuel impresses Nate Burleson
Nate Burleson breaks down top toe-drag swag catches of Week 11 on Good Morning Football.
Curtis Samuel explains his TD celebration
Samuel finished with a team-high eight catches for 70 yards and a touchdown.
360 Video: P.J. Walker's first career touchdown
Watch Walker throw a dime to Curtis Samuel for a 17-yard touchdown in 360 degrees, courtesy of Intel TrueView.
HIGHLIGHT: P.J. Walker throws first career TD to Curtis Samuel
Walker lofted a pretty ball to Samuel in the corner of the end zone for a 17-yard touchdown in the third quarter.
Midway Point: Curtis Samuel Highlights
Curtis Samuel leads all NFL wide receivers with an 88 percent catch ratio.
Curtis Samuel talks about his comfort in running the ball
Samuel is second among all NFL wide receivers with 104 rushing yards.
Next Gen Stats: DJ Moore, Curtis Samuel race into NFL's Top 10 fastest ball carriers
DJ Moore and Curtis Samuel recorded two of the 10 fastest runs in the first half of the NFL season.
HIGHLIGHT: Curtis Samuel makes a spectacular diving catch
Watch Samuel lay out for a 28-yard catch in the fourth quarter.
HIGHLIGHT: Curtis Samuel takes shovel pass in for TD
Watch Curtis Samuel take a shovel pass from Teddy Bridgewater and run in for a 14-yard touchdown.
Curtis Samuel says Panthers need more consistent execution
Samuel tallied a rushing and receiving TD in the first half, his third career game with a rushing and receiving touchdown.
HIGHLIGHT: Teddy Bridgewater throws flea-flicker to Curtis Samuel for TD
Bridgewater got the flea-flicker and threaded a pass to Samuel for a 29-yard TD in the second quarter.
HIGHLIGHT: Curtis Samuel rushes for a 12-yard touchdown
Samuel opened Carolina's scoring with a rushing TD in the first half, his fifth career rushing touchdown.
HIGHLIGHT: Curtis Samuel scores rushing TD
Curtis Samuel ran in for a five-yard TD run, his fourth career rushing touchdown.
HIGHLIGHT: Teddy Bridgewater hits a diving Curtis Samuel on third down
Teddy Bridgewater avoids the rush and hits Curtis Samuel for a diving catch on third down.
Curtis Samuel led the Panthers with six receiving touchdowns in 2019. Since he was drafted in 2017, his 14 total touchdowns are second-most on the Panthers.
Curtis Samuel again clutch on third down — as a receiver and running back
Samuel's 17-yard run in the fourth quarter helped the Panthers put away the Falcons.
Panthers hope speed will keep opposing defenses 'up at night'
Between Curtis Samuel, Robby Anderson and DJ Moore, Carolina's wideouts are a handful.
Panthers offense one of the fastest in the NFL?
Carolina's 11 personnel for 2020 has an average 40-yard dash time of 4.46 seconds.
DJ Moore and Curtis Samuel felt better prepared this season, and it showed
The young wide receivers are proud of the way they performed in what was a challenging 2019 campaign.
You know who saw DJ Moore's big year coming? Curtis Samuel
The 2018 first-round pick is closing in on a 1,000 yard season, and it's only Week 13.
Norv Turner on Curtis Samuel and DJ Moore: "They are making great strides"
Carolina's offensive coordinator defended the play of the two young and developing wideouts.
Samuel and Moore vs. Talib and Peters: A big test for the young wideouts to start 2019
The Rams have two Pro Bowl corners who like to get physical. The Panthers have two emerging wide receivers looking to make an early statement.
The Summer of Samuel
Third-year wide receiver Curtis Samuel has been the star of camp. Will his dominance carry over into the regular season?
Cleared for takeoff? Curtis Samuel has a good feeling about 2019
The third-year wide receiver is oozing confidence and coming into his own.
Curtis Samuel starts OTAs with reason to smile
Coming off a strong finish to the 2018 season, wide receiver Curtis Samuel hits the ground running.
2018 Rewind: Curtis Samuel
Receiver bounced back from a 2017 injury and an early-season medical scare to make a major impact.
DJ Moore and Curtis Samuel: Fast receivers and faster friends
The young, explosive playmakers have quickly meshed on and off the field, much to the delight of Cam Newton and the Panthers.
Curtis Samuel shines in season debut
Second-year wideout scores first NFL touchdown, contributes to a special teams score.
Curtis Samuel returns to practice and looks faster than ever
Wide receiver hadn't practiced since preseason; Trai Turner, Damiere Byrd also back.
Peppers, Samuel sidelined to start training camp
Defensive end Julius Peppers (shoulder) and wideout Curtis Samuel (ankle) are still working back to full strength after surgeries.
Three Questions: Wide Receivers
The Panthers used a trade, free agency and the draft to bolster the WR corps. Will it help take the passing game to the next level?
Curtis Samuel "investing" in hands
The second-year wideout recently purchased his own JUGS machine.
Panthers OTA Observations: Day 7
Ron Rivera watched over another day without Trai Turner. And saw a new kicker impress.
Panthers OTA Observations: Day 4
Rookie cornerback Donte Jackson gets good amount of work with the first team; wideout Curtis Samuel gets a taste of team drills.
Devin Funchess shouldering more
After battling through a shoulder injury late last season, wide receiver taking on more of a leadership role in a room that has added more experience to the equation.
Grill Bill: 1,000 for Funchess?
Playing with an upgraded receiving corps – but a healthy shoulder – can Devin Funchess hit 1,000 receiving yards this season?
Panthers OTA observations: Day 1
Curtis Samuel looks sharp in individual drills but sits out team periods as Panthers get him slowly back up to speed.
Grill Bill: Safety help inbound?
Many fans want the Panthers to bring in old friend Tre Boston. Why that's not happening – for now.