Tyler Larsen talks about inspiration behind his cleats
In 2019, Larsen and his wife learned their son Ty had been diagnosed with Autism. On Sunday, he'll use his cleats to share his family's hope and spread a message about TACA (The Autism Community in Action).
Locker Room Talk: We were pretty relentless
Hear from players inside the locker room following the home victory over Miami.
Position Review: Offensive Line
The Panthers.com crew discusses the performance of the offensive line 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.
Panthers' holiday hospital visit
Watch as Kurt Coleman, Kawann Short, Tyler Larsen, Mike Remmers and several other Panthers visit with kids at Levine Children's Hospital for a holiday party.
One-on-One: Tyler Larsen
Panthers Insider Mike Craft catches up with center Tyler Larsen following Carolina's win over Washington, presented by Nationwide.
Self Scout: Quick work up front
Panthers Insider Mike Craft breaks down how the new look offensive line is coming together to provide protection against heavy pressure from defenses.
Larsen saw action in 13 games in 2020, primarily on special teams.
Panthers place Tyler Larsen on reserve/COVID-19 list, Yetur Gross-Matos on reserve/injured list
Carolina's practice facility will continue to operate under the NFL's intensive protocol.
Grill Bill: Underrated competition?
With so much attention focused on left guard, perhaps there should be more talk about the second cornerback spot.
Grill Bill: Safety help inbound?
Many fans want the Panthers to bring in old friend Tre Boston. Why that's not happening – for now.
Pieces are in place for offense entering 2018
The Panthers have done well this offseason to build a more complete offense around Cam Newton.
QB Taylor Heinicke claimed off waivers
Panthers claim Old Dominion's all-time leading passer from the Texans.
Panthers tender four exclusive rights free agents
Punter Michael Palardy, wide receiver Damiere Byrd, offensive lineman Tyler Larsen and tight end Chris Manhertz have been retained for 2018.
Where Things Stand: Offensive line
Panthers.com sets the stage for the start of the new league year with a status report for each position group.
Taylor Moton brings versatility, value to O-line
Panthers' second-round draft choice got limited reps as a rookie, something that speaks to the depth of a line that could be looking for a starting guard.
Panthers 2018 free agents
A number of Panthers starters became unrestricted free agents on March 14.
Injury Report: Trai Turner, three others questionable
Right guard Trai Turner practiced throughout the week but still must clear concussion protocol; Devin Funchess (shoulder) and Matt Kalil (illness) return to practice.
Snap Counts: Panthers vs. Buccaneers
Wide receiver Brenton Bersin played a career-high 51 snaps; linebacker Shaq Thompson was on the field for every play in return from foot injury.
Inactives: Panthers vs. Buccaneers
Wide receiver Russell Shepard (shoulder) is inactive; wideout Mose Frazier active for the first time in his career.
Injury Report: Thompson among five listed questionable
Linebacker Shaq Thompson (foot) is expected to play after missing the previous two games; guard Trai Turner (concussion) ruled out for second straight week.
Inactives: Panthers vs. Packers
Cornerback Captain Munnerlyn and guard/center Tyler Larsen among Carolina's list of inactives.
Injury Report: Trai Turner out; Amini Silatolu to start
With right guard Trai Turner still in the concussion protocol, Panthers will turn to their 2012 draft pick to start for the first time in two years.
Notes: Peppers on facing Rodgers, Packers
DE Julius Peppers doesn't want Panthers to get caught up in "cat-and-mouse game" with Green Bay QB Aaron Rodgers.
Trai Turner enters concussion protocol
Pro Bowl guard was placed in protocol after meeting with training staff Monday; LB Shaq Thompson (foot) and CB Captain Munnerlyn (non-injury) miss practice.
Notebook: Readying for Rodgers
Panthers working on assumption that Aaron Rodgers will return to Packers huddle Sunday; Carolina happy to have Ryan Kalil back in its offensive huddle.
Inactives: Panthers vs. Vikings
Center Ryan Kalil set to return to lineup; fill-in Tyler Larsen is inactive.
Injury Report: Thompson out; Kalil, Olsen questionable
Linebacker Shaq Thompson is the only Panther ruled out of Sunday's key matchup with Minnesota.
Ryan Kalil expects to start versus Minnesota
Carolina's veteran center is preparing to play for the first time since Week 7.
Greg Olsen returns without limitations
Pro Bowl tight end on schedule to play Sunday against the Vikings without a "pitch count."
6-Pack: Flags, no flags and too many mistakes
While some questionable decisions didn't go their way, the Panthers were too often their own worst enemy against the Saints.
Snap Counts: Panthers at Jets
Greg Olsen played 24 snaps in his return, before ending his day with soreness.