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Panthers Report to Camp Without Stewart and Otah

The Panthers report to Spartanburg for the start of training camp today.  The team will hold their its practice at Wofford Saturday morning.  The Panthers begin the 2008 season with great optimism, despite their 7-and-9 record a year ago.  They battled through numerous injury problems, notably the elbow injury that curtailed quarterback Jake Delhomme’s campaign.  Delhomme has recovered from surgery and threw well at Carolina’s summer workouts.  The Panthers still have to sign both of their first-round picks, as running back Jonathan Stewart and tackle Jeff Otah have not agreed to terms.  Both players are expected to see significant action as rookies.  The Panthers will play their preseason opener August 9th against Indianapolis. 

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One Response to “Panthers Report to Camp Without Stewart and Otah”

  1. Phillip Gramling says:

    Last they signed Otah and they signed Stewart today. I think Carolina’s gotta good chance to go all the way this year; or at least win the division. I mean they got Jake back and they have a nasty backfield tandem with DeAngelo Williams and rookie Jonathen Stewart. And don’t fordet, they got Moose back to; finally Jake’s got somebody he can rely on to catch the ball opposite of Smitty. And i, sure Smitty will be happy because now he’ll have somebody whose good on the oppostite side of the field and that will take some of the defensive pressure off of him so there will be more opportuntities for him to make big plays. And John Fox can also plug D.J. Hacket in the slot and that will just cause more mismatches for opposing defenses. Get ready Carolina because were going all the way this year!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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