Spanish Radio Call: Gano's game-winner
Jaime Moreno and Luis Moreno, Jr. describe Graham Gano's game-winning 63-yard field goal against the Giants.
Can't-Miss Play: Graham Gano hits game-winning 63-yard field goal
Kicker Graham Gano nails a 63-yard field goal in closing seconds to beat the New York Giants.
Cart Talk: The Specialists
Before the Panthers broke training camp, long snapper JJ Jansen, kicker Graham Gano and punter Michael Palardy joined Bill Voth for a tour of Spartanburg in Cart Talk presented by Tire Pros.
One-on-One: Graham Gano
Fresh off signing a new four-year contract, Carolina's kicker talks with Bill Voth.
Watch: Graham Gano wins Kick-Tac-Toe showdown
Panthers kicker Graham Gano shines in a brand new event at the Pro Bowl Skills Showdown.
One-on-One: Graham Gano
Catching up with kicker Graham Gano moments after his game-winning 48-yard field goal against New England.
Graham Gano 48-yard FG
Gano's field goal as time expires gives the Panthers a dramatic victory in New England.
Gano: I'm hitting the ball great
Despite missing a couple of field goal attempts in the preseason, Graham Gano believes he's set up for success in 2017.
Fuel Up to Play 60: Carolina Pride
Linebacker Thomas Davis and kicker Graham Gano traveled to Bluffton, S.C., to show appreciation to fans and encourage active lifestyles.
Position Review: Special Teams
The Panthers.com crew discusses the performance of the special teams units during the 2016 season.
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.
Locker Room Talk: Players give thanks
The Panthers say they have a lot to be thankful for during this special time of the year including family, friends and football.
Locker Room Talk: Tough to come up short
Hear from LB Luke Kuechly, WR Kelvin Benjamin, OT Mike Remmers, WR Ted Ginn Jr., TE Greg Olsen, K Graham Gano, TE Ed Dickson and DT Kawann Short.
Fuel up to play 60 pep rally
Safety Tre Boston, cornerback Bene Benwikere, kicker Graham Gano and wide receiver Kevin Norwood help encourage Lakeshore Middle School students to eat right and stay active.
Locker Room Talk: We didn't finish
Hear from cornerback Robert McClain, cornerback Bene Benwikere, center Ryan Kalil, linebacker Thomas Davis and kicker Graham Gano.
Locker Room Talk: Preseason Finale
Hear from kicker Graham Gano, punter Andy Lee, cornerback Daryl Worley and defensive tackle Vernon Butler after the final preseason game.
Position Preview: Special Teams
The Panthers.com crew breaks down Carolina's specialists entering the 2016 season.
Taste of the Panthers
Several Panthers, like Pro Bowlers Luke Kuechly and Trai Turner, enjoy a fun night interacting with passionate fans and sampling local restaurants.
Gano swaps laces for the races
Kicker Graham Gano recently spent some time with long-time Panthers fan and NASCAR driver Austin Dillon to help kick off the Motorsports Month of May at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Graham Gano 43-yard field goal
Kicker connects on game-winning field goal as time expires.
Graham Gano: "Trying to stay consistent"
Kicker feels pretty good about how he is kicking the ball and is excited about winning NFC Special Teams Player of the Month.
Fuel Up to Play 60: East Garner Middle School
Panthers host Play 60 event at East Garner Middle School and award $10,000 grant to Wake County Public Schools for nutrition and athletic programs.
Players engage in video competition with troops
Panthers play games with active duty military personnel at home in the Gridiron Club and provide opportunity for those stationed overseas to connect with their families.
Locker Room Talk: Panthers vs. Colts
Sound from tight end Greg Olsen, cornerback Josh Norman, kicker Graham Gano and wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery.
Graham Gano 52-yard field goal
Kicker nails game-winning field, his second in overtime, to keep the Panthers undefeated season alive.
Gano ranks second in franchise history with 742 points.