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While expressing great appreciation for what Cam Newton did for the Panthers, coach Matt Rhule said it was best the team moved forward with Teddy Bridgewater at quarterback.
NFL stars -- legends like Jerry Rice and Walter Payton -- can be found anywhere, not just at traditional college football powers. Here's one for every team.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, NFL players are locked out of facilities and can't go to their gyms. Some are getting very creative.
Cam Newton told Chris Paul on Instagram Live that he's "a fish out of water" as a free agent for the first time after being released by the Panthers.
With big names such as Tom Brady, Philip Rivers and Stefon Diggs learning new schemes with new teams, canceled workouts could be felt in the fall.
The top of the free-agent class didn't move the market. Teams got conservative at cornerback and wide receiver. Here's what you should take away.
Tom Brady is a Buccaneer. DeAndre Hopkins is a Cardinal. And Cam Newton is still looking for a new home. NFL free agency in 2020 has been a wild ride so far, all while the uncertainty of this sports hiatus plays out in the background. ESPN NFL Insider Bill Barnwell joins the show to discuss how the coronavirus pandemic has affected team decisions in the offseason, and the successes and failures in team deals so far.
The Chiefs are still on top, while the additions of DeAndre Hopkins and Tom Brady have their new teams on the rise.
Daryl Williams, who started 12 of the 16 games in which he played for the Panthers last season, has signed a one-year deal with the Bills.
Teddy Bridgewater said he'll continue to just "be me" as the new QB of the Panthers, that he believes in himself and the talent around him, and that "I'm a winner."
From Chicago to Tampa Bay, six NFL teams will have a new starting signal-caller. How do they fit in?
For much of Newton's career, his every action sparked national attention. Now, it's his reaction -- to his recovery, to his release -- that will define the reinvention of one of the most dynamic athletes the NFL has seen.
Receiver Robby Anderson, who caught 52 passes for 779 yards and two touchdowns last season for the Jets, has reached a two-year, $20 million deal with the Panthers, a source told ESPN.