CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) The Carolina Panthers announced Monday that Tina Becker has been named Chief Operating Officer, with full control of the day to day management of the organization, amid allegations against team owner Jerry Richardson. Team on the field is performing at a very high level, and I believe is bound for the Super Bowl. My immediate focus will be to ensure the corporate side of the organization performs at the same high level, while addressing the real concerns that have been raised in recent days.Previous: Panthers owner Jerry Richardson announces upcoming sale of team amid allegationsThe Panthers announced the investigation Friday as an internal investigation led by the outside international law firm Quinn Emanuel Urquhart and Sullivan, LLP, and overseen by limited owner and former White House Chief of Staff Erskine Bowles.However, NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy said Sunday that the league would hire an independent law firm to lead the investigation.Previous: NFL will take over Jerry Richardson investigationSports Illustrated reported Sunday that at least four former Carolina Panthers employees have received monetary settlements as a result of inappropriate workplace comments and conduct by owner Richardson.The conduct, Sports Illustrated reported, included suggestive language and behavior, and on at least one occasion directing a racial slur at an African American Panthers scout.
We turned some pucks over, just off battles, not really soft mental mistakes. We had some strange ones go in. I wouldn have traded our offence for theirs in a million years. CT: I love going to Columbus. Columbus has a big city feel. I like Ann Arbor because it quaint and cute and I like going to Madison, Wisconsin, because it a fun school and it got that college atmosphere.
He’s probably going to run in the 4.3’s in the 40 yard dash, and if you show you have the ability to take the top off the defense, there’s a place for you on an NFL team. We saw with Devin Smith from Ohio State, Will Fuller from Notre Dame, John Ross from Washington. Chark, if he shows what he needs to show at the Combine, could have a similar type of rise.
“Their football day alone is at least 11 hours, and typically, like today, I get the last hour,” said Swayne, the Ravens director of player engagement. “Sometimes it isn’t the best time, but we have to give them something that they can use immediately. Usually, at this juncture, even though they’re tired, a little sore, maybe a little homesick, not sleeping well, they are wide awake for something like this.”.