Posts Tagged ‘John Kasay’

Breaking Ties

Although many are asking questions about the prospect of adding Malcolm Floyd to the roster, is there really any surprise? Panther fans have seen some drastic changes made in recent months including an unfortunate dismissal of original kicker John Kasay. When it appears that the smoke has cleared and we have actually found a squad […]

Panthers Fall to 2-13; Pounded by Steelers 27-3 in Pittsburgh

The Panthers had little time to enjoy their win from last Sunday over the Cardinals, and playing on a short week in Pittsburgh, the team didn’t put up much of a fight, getting pounded in every phase by the Steelers 27-3. The loss drops the Panthers to 2-13 on the season, and continues them towards […]

Panthers Get Second Win of 2010; Top Cardinals 19-12

For just the second time this season, Panthers fans got to leave happy, as the team took out frustration for what has been a terrible 2010 season by thumping the slumping Arizona Cardinals 19-12 at Bank of America Stadium. Panthers rookie QB Jimmy Clausen won his first game and John Kasay kicked four field goals […]

Kicker Kasay Held Out of Practice with a Groin Pull

Panthers’ kicker John Kasay was held out of practice on Thursday with a left groin pull, according to the Gaston Gazette. Kasay’s status for this week’s game is unknown. It looks very likely that Kasay will sit this week, but we will continue to monitor his status. Rhys Lloyd will likely take over all kicking […]

Kasay Signs Four-Year Contract Extension

John Kasay, the last original Carolina Panther, signed a 4-year extension that keeps him with the team through 2012. Kasay turned 39 years old this week, and has remained a constant for Carolina since 1995. During last week’s win against the Arizona Cardinals, PK Kasay passed Hall of Famer Jan Stenerud for 8th place on […]

Cats Maul the Redskins 47-3

The Carolina Panthers defeated the Washington Redskins 47-3, on a beautiful Carolina night in Charlotte, at Bank of America Stadium. The Panthers won by absolute domination on both sides of the ball, never letting up on the Redskins. The futility of Carolina’s offense last week against Philadelphia looked to be an aberration compared to their […]

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