Carolina Panthers

Bridgewater ready to be a starting QB again in Carolina

Teddy Bridgewater can’t throw passes yet with his new Carolina Panthers teammates. He can’t even meet them because of the coronavirus pandemic. But the Panthers’ new $63 million quarterback is trying to get to know the tendencies of guys such as Christian McCaffrey, D.J. Moore and Curtis Samuel by simulating playing with them on Madden video games. 

Panthers Safety Eric Reid Returns to NFL in Victory Over Giants

After nine months of unemployment, free agent safety Eric Reid played his first game as a Carolina Panther on Sunday. Reid has been one of Colin Kaepernick’s strongest supporters when he started the national anthem protests in 2016. The safety knelt with Kaepernick and continue to kneel after the activist quarterback left the San Francisco 49ers. “I know that he said that he wouldn’t protest, it should not have mattered,” analyst Stephen A. Smith said. “This is not an individual that should have been pushed out of the league and denied an opportunity to work.” During the Panthers game against