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Heading into their 2008 season, the Carolina Panthers are ready as ever to get back on that football field and show the world all of the talent and discipline they have been training day in and day out to put to work. The Panthers 2007 season started off strong, yet with setbacks such as Jake Delhomme's elbow injury and the five game losing streak they never quite bounced back from and ended the season 7-9. The Carolina Panthers have definitely thought about their coming season by and hard, and the additions and pinches of wit and talent will make all the difference when they hit the field come September.
It is hard to believe that the Carolina Panthers were established as a team in 1995. It seems as if their legacy has been decades upon decades in the making. Under the ownership of Jerry Richardson, general manager Marty Hurney, head coach John Fox, and team mascot Sir Purr, the Carolina Panthers definitely have a strong backbone that will lead them to only bigger and better things as the years add on.
Heading into the 2008 season, the Panthers have let quite a few of last seasons players go. Center back Patrick Dendy, linebackers Dan Morgan and quarterback David Carr are among the list of them that will not be returning to the Panther huddle any time soon. On the other hand, those who have been added to the mix are stronger than any group of free agency signings the Carolina panthers have gained in years. Defensive tackles Steven Williams from Northwest Missouri State, Darwin Walker from Tennessee and Ian Scott from Florida are among the eighteen players signed on this season. Among the rest of the best is veteran wide receiver Muhsin Muhammad who is in his twelfth year of the ballgame, originally from Michigan State.
The 2008 NFL draft was as well a success for the Panthers, as they received the talents of many of the hottest rookies in all rounds. First pick was a great decision of running back Jonathan Stewart from Oregon, as well as fellow Oregonian offensive lineman Geoff Schwartz. Offensive tackle Jeff Otah from Pittsburgh was another first round pick, and followed by corner back Charles Godfrey from Iowa and line backer Dan Connor from Penn State. The Draft was definitely a pivotal capstone on the future of the Panthers, and it provided the needed assistance and talent of the new blood of the rookies, who seem to know a lot more about what they are getting into than many twice their experience. It is a good batch of rookies this year that is for sure.
Besides the addition of many strong new players this coming 2008 season, is the newly renovated and highly anticipated renovation of the Bank of America Stadium scoreboards. The Panthers' home field got quite the facelift, and the improvements are one of the greatest finishing touches the hometown fans could ask for besides being able to root on their Panthers like it was going out of style game after game after game. They never loose the black, silver, white, and blue Panther pride and spirit.
The Carolina Panthers will kick off their 2008 season on September 9 th against the San Diego Chargers at the Qualcomm Stadium.
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