Carolina Panthers Offseason Preview

The 2020 NFL offseason was unlike any other, though most similar to a lockout season, it wasn’t entirely unprecedented. Introducing a new coaching system and a quarterback as the Carolina Panthers did was no cakewalk regardless. That they finished the season 5-11 while also losing All-Pro Christian McCaffrey was mildly impressive. The second year of the post-Cam Newton era should look different with McCaffrey coming back, and Teddy Bridgewater already knowing the offense. Carolina entered the offseason with limited cap space but hustled to make some. In recent weeks, the team released five pla…

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