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  1. NFC South salary-cap check

    Pat Yasinskas

    Rookie contracts are getting done and DeAngelo Williams has restructured his contract with the Carolina Panthers. That means it's time for an update on where each NFC South team stands in relation to the salary cap. The Atlanta Falcons are $2.1...

    Blog | May 15, 2013
  2. Panthers free up $3.2 million in cap space

    Pat Yasinskas

    Very quietly, the Carolina Panthers have restructured running back DeAngelo Williams' contract to free up $3.2 million in salary-cap space for this season. The Panthers technically gave Williams a two-year extension (through 2017). But that really...

    Blog | May 15, 2013
  3. DeAngelo Williams of Carolina Panthers reworks deal -- source

    Pat Yasinskas

    DeAngelo Williams has restructured his contract, a move that likely takes the running back off the trade block and keeps him with the Carolina Panthers.

    Story | Conversation | May 15, 2013
  4. Pre-draft starting lineup: Panthers

    Pat Yasinskas

    Largely due to salary-cap limitations, the Carolina Panthers haven't made huge changes this offseason. They'll have a starting lineup similar to what they opened last season with. But the good news is they'll be getting multiple players back that mis...

    Blog | April 08, 2013
  5. Panthers' top cap figures

    Pat Yasinskas

    Let's continue our look at the top 2013 salary-cap figures for each NFC South team with the Carolina Panthers. They're in the process of getting below the salary cap before the start of the league year (March 12) and still have to trim about $10 m...

    Blog | February 25, 2013
  6. Stewart or Williams in Carolina?

    Pat Yasinskas

    With the Carolina Panthers facing major salary-cap issues, it's becoming quite obvious there's almost no way they can keep both DeAngelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart. One of them almost certainly has to go because (along with fullback Mike Tolber...

    Blog | February 12, 2013
  7. Carolina's nightmare cap situation

    Pat Yasinskas

    We took a look at the New Orleans Saints' salary-cap situation. It's far from ideal, but at least the Saints have some obvious ways to free up cap space. But I'm now looking at the numbers for the Carolina Panthers, and it sure looks like they're ...

    Blog | January 03, 2013
  8. Looking at 2013 cap space

    Pat Yasinskas

    With the 2012 regular season over, let's take a look at where the NFC South teams stand in relation to the 2013 salary cap. Atlanta Falcons: They have $113 million committed toward a cap that is expected to be slightly more than $120 million. Don'...

    Blog | January 01, 2013
  9. New Carolina GM will face cap challenge

    Pat Yasinskas

    I've been looking at 2013 salary-cap figures and it's pretty obvious that whoever takes over as general manager of the Carolina Panthers is going to face a pretty difficult situation. The Panthers, who fired general manager Marty Hurney on Monday,...

    Blog | October 23, 2012
  10. Panthers will face future cap challenges

    Pat Yasinskas

    The recent spending spree by the Carolina Panthers, highlighted by owner Jerry Richardson writing checks for more than $100 million in signing bonuses, is going to come with a very steep price -- down the road. I just looked ahead to what each tea...

    Blog | August 08, 2011
  11. Panthers put tag on center Kalil

    Pat Yasinskas

    The Carolina Panthers continue to be the only NFC South team making news so far Tuesday. Our John Clayton reports the Panthers have placed the franchise tag on center Ryan Kalil. KalilThat move should lock Kalil in at a one-year salary of about $1...

    Blog | February 22, 2011
  12. NFC South 2011 salary-cap figures

    Pat Yasinskas

    We still don't know what the future holds when it comes to the NFL and the labor situation. But, this much is certain: If a new agreement is reached, all four NFC South teams are going to have a lot of salary-cap room to work with in 2011. Let's g...

    Blog | January 13, 2011