Jeremy Chinn speaks about halftime speech at New Orleans
Chinn describes his message to the team during halftime on Sunday.
Bert Watts talks influence of veteran players
"They've done it the right way," Watts said. "This is the standard. This is the expectation. This is what we do, and everybody just feeds off of that"
Jonathan Cooley: The more versatile players, the better
Cooley answered questions on his evaluations of Jammie Robinson, Jaycee Horn, and more.
Tem Lukabu: This is an exciting challenge for the defense
Lukabu spoke about the defense's learning process as they transition to a new scheme.
Todd Wash discusses new base defense
Wash answered questions about the new defensive scheme and Shy Tuttle's flexibility along the defensive line.
Peter Hansen praises Shaq Thompson's leadership
Hansen spoke about Shaq Thompson adjusting to his role in a new defense and Dom Capers' influence on the linebackers.
Matt Corral talks about having a new perspective
Corral discussed participating in OTAs after last season's injury and playing football in the same area as Bryce Young growing up.
Bryce Young speaks after his first day of OTAs
Young spoke about learning from veteran Andy Dalton, studying the playbook, and his time at NFLPA Rookie Premiere.
Andy Dalton talks veteran experience
Dalton talked with the media about how his time in the league has helped him become a mentor to younger quarterbacks in the locker room.
Frank Reich 'looking for execution'
Reich recapped the first day of OTAs, gave observations on all quarterbacks, and discussed Jeremy Chinn's versatility in a new defense.
Josh McCown 'having a blast' in first NFL coaching job
McCown talked about working with Bryce Young and becoming a coach after a long playing career.
Shawn Jefferson on Jonathan Mingo: He's everything we thought
Jefferson spoke on his impressions of Mingo throughout the draft process and the progress of his wide receiver group.
John Lilly: There's a lot of potential in the room
Lilly spoke about his thoughts on Tommy Tremble and Hayden Hurst.
James Campen: We're making bigger strides early
Campen spoke to the media about his impressions of the offensive line going into his second year at Carolina.
Chris Tabor favors open competition on special teams
Tabor discussed his philosophy around competition and discussed filling roles on special teams, including punt and kickoff return.
Ejiro Evero talks teaching a new defense
Evero spoke about Jeremy Chinn as a weapon and shared his excitement for rookies DJ Johnson and Jammie Robinson.
Thomas Brown discusses the quarterback room
Brown spoke about how having veteran Andy Dalton at quarterback to help younger quarterbacks, including rookie Bryce Young, is the "ideal scenario."
DJ Johnson: I'm here to keep improving
Johnson spoke about moving to professional football and his experience working with Ejiro Evero.
Frank Reich speaks after rookie minicamp concludes
Reich answered questions on minicamp takeaways, potentially signing tryout players, and Bryce Young.
Jonathan Mingo excited to play with Young
Mingo spoke about forming a connection with former SEC opponent Bryce Young and the words of wisdom he received from Steve Smith Sr. at minicamp.
Bryce Young: I'm embracing the system
Young talked about setting the tone at his first day of rookie minicamp and the support from the city of Charlotte in his transition.
Frank Reich gives minicamp update
Reich spoke about his first impressions of Bryce Young and Jonathan Mingo at rookie minicamp and his excitement for this season's schedule.
Jammie Robinson addresses the media for the first time
Robinson talked about being drafted by the Panthers, his versatility and his familiarity with former Florida State player Brian Burns.
Draft Day 3 Press Conference
Reich and Fitterer spoke about getting the skill players they needed in the draft and creating competition at every position.
Chandler Zavala addresses the media for the first time
Zavala spoke to the media about being drafted by the Panthers and having the opportunity to play with former N.C State teammate Ikem Ekwonu again.