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For the better part of the last 25 years, Joe Kenn has been one of the most successful strength and conditioning coaches in the country at both the collegiate and professional level, including his current five-year tenure leading the Carolina Panthers in the weight room.

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For the better part of the last 25 years, Joe Kenn has been one of the most successful strength and conditioning coaches in the country at both the collegiate and professional level, including his current five-year tenure leading the Carolina Panthers in the weight room.

Football fans in a dabbing, group-selfie-taking nation weren’t the only ones inspired during Carolina Panthers’ run to Super Bowl 50. Coach Ron Rivera’s team proved to be quite a muse for singer and songwriter Joe “Chief” Matthews

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The Super Bowl isn’t new for Kirsten Osenga, but as a Broncos fan in ‘enemy’ territory, though, it will certainly have a different feel than those of the late 1990s.

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SAN JOSE, Calif. — According to the official roster and the location of his locker next to Cam Newton’s, Joe Webb is technically a quarterback

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From flip-flopping its place on the NFL calendar to moving from Hawaii to the mainland and back to Hawaii, the Pro Bowl is possibly the least popular of sports’ invitation-only exhibition games.

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The Super Bowl isn’t new for Kirsten Osenga, but as a Broncos fan in ‘enemy’ territory, though, it will certainly have a different feel than those of the late 1990s.

Football fans in a dabbing, group-selfie-taking nation weren’t the only ones inspired during Carolina Panthers’ run to Super Bowl 50. Coach Ron Rivera’s team proved to be quite a muse for singer and songwriter Joe “Chief” Matthews

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SAN JOSE, Calif. — According to the official roster and the location of his locker next to Cam Newton’s, Joe Webb is technically a quarterback

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From flip-flopping its place on the NFL calendar to moving from Hawaii to the mainland and back to Hawaii, the Pro Bowl is possibly the least popular of sports’ invitation-only exhibition games.

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It’s been a little more than 30 years, but William “The Refrigerator” Perry’s impact on the Super Bowl continues to send ripples throughout our culture. And, no, I’m not merely talking about his contribution to the legendary 1985 Chicago Bears’ 46-10 win over the New England Patriots in Supe…

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CHARLOTTE — Thomas Davis isn’t the only member of the Carolina Panthers trying to make a return from serious injury in Super Bowl 50.

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Shonette Lewis and her 9-year-old son Sean spent part of Monday afternoon at Tailgators at Hanes Mall. Sean, a third-grader at North Hills Elementary, needed some fresh Carolina Panthers gear to show his support for his favorite team.

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CHARLOTTE — Thomas Davis isn’t the only member of the Carolina Panthers trying to make a return from serious injury in Super Bowl 50.

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SAN JOSE, Calif. — By the third day of the Super Bowl media onslaught, the faces are familiar and, unfortunately for the players in the spotlight, so too are the questions.

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SAN JOSE, Calif. — A little over 30 years ago, coach Ron Rivera made his first Super Bowl appearance when the Chicago Bears dominated the New England Patriots 46-10 in Super Bowl XX.

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CHARLOTTE — Give Governor Pat McCrory props for being able to bob and weave like a prizefighter. Then again, what savvy politician isn’t capable of deftly pulling off a little rope-a-dope?

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CHARLOTTE — Denver quarterback Peyton Manning can collect $2 million with a victory over the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50, in addition to the $2 million he pocketed for leading the Broncos to a 20-18 victory against New England in the AFC Championship Game.

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ENGLEWOOD, COLO. — Someone asked Denver Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib who he’d compare to Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton.

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CHARLOTTE — The Panthers will head west Sunday — and coach Ron Rivera will have a lot of ticket requests waiting on him when he arrives.

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CHARLOTTE — The Carolina Panthers have a Superman, Captain America and Batman in the persons of Cam Newton, Luke Kuechly and Josh Norman.

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CHARLOTTE — After missing the final three games of the regular season with a foot injury, Jonathan Stewart couldn’t wait to get back into action Sunday afternoon in the Carolina Panthers’ NFC Divisional playoff game.

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The Panthers literally pounced on the Seattle Seahawks in their 31-24 win Sunday afternoon in the NFC Divisional playoffs, racing to a 14-0 lead four minutes into the game.

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CHARLOTTE –– Everyone’s clock was off during a cold Sunday afternoon that was betrayed by a sky with bright sunshine that said it was mid-May instead of mid-January.