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Norv Turner: We’ll keep finding ways to get Christian McCaffrey the ball

The Panthers hired Norv Turner as their new offensive coordinator this month and one of the things he’ll be tasked with doing is making sure the team is getting the most out of running back Christian McCaffrey. It sounds like part of the job that Turner is looking forward to the most. The 2017 first-round [more]

Bryce Love will stay at Stanford

Stanford had a running back picked in the first round of the 2017 draft when Christian McCaffrey went to the Panthers, but it will be at least one year before the Cardinal have another back drafted that early. Bryce Love’s father told the San Francisco Chronicle that his son will remain in Palo Alto for [more]

Fantasy Football Coaching Carousel Analysis: How will Norv Turner impact Cam Newton and Christian McCaffrey?

In a look back at Norv Turner's last 12 years as a playcaller, Dave Richard draws conclusions that Christian McCaffrey fans will love -- but what about Cam Newton?

How will Christian McCaffrey build on his outstanding rookie season in 2018?

The Panthers rookie running back made his mark in the running and passing game last season. We look at how McCaffrey can improve in 2018. There are very few rookies from the 2017 draft class that had a better year than Christian McCaffrey. Show More Summary

Why The Carolina Panthers Must Go After Odell Beckham To Help Cam Newton [Opinion]

The Carolina Panthers have no choice but to get Cam Newton some help. For the last three seasons, Newton has pretty much been on an island by himself. The addition of Christian McCaffrey has helped this year, but he’s still a running back being used as a wide receiver. Show More Summary

Fantasy football Week 17: Start or sit Christian McCaffrey?

The Panthers rookie rusher gets a fantastic matchup to end the season. We break down the fantasy implications. Stakes are high for the Carolina Panthers in Week 17. The Panthers are fighting to win the NFC South and potentially get a first-round bye. Show More Summary

Fantasy football start/sit Week 17: What to do with Christian McCaffrey

The Panthers’ rookie will look to turn things around in a big division matchup Sunday. We look at the fantasy implications. Carolina Panthers starting running back Christian McCaffrey hopes to have a much better game against the Atlanta Falcons Sunday after bombing in Week 16 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Show More Summary

Alvin Kamara and Christian McCaffrey both did something no rookie RB has ever done

The rookie RBs from the NFC South catch a ton of passes, and they're great at turning them into scores

Fantasy football Week 16 start/sit: What to do with Christian McCaffrey

McCaffrey and the Panthers are getting hot at just the right time. We break down the fantasy implications. As far as raw talent goes, Christian McCaffrey is one of the more exciting rookie running backs in the league. However, it took...Show More Summary

'The Price is Right' contestant uses shoutout to list players on his fantasy football team

“”Leonard Fournette, Christian McCaffrey, Alshon Jeffery, Terrelle Pryor, Cam Newton!”

Players skipping bowl games was a big deal in 2016, but people seem to have gotten used to it already

Remember all the controversy surrounding Leonard Fournette and Christian McCaffrey? It’s bowl season, and while you’re getting ready to watch a ton of glorious games over the holidays, there’s another thing you’ll probably hear about...Show More Summary

Christian McCaffrey is expected to play on Sunday

The Panthers won’t have tight end Greg Olsen on Sunday, but they will have running back Christian McCaffrey. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, McCaffrey is expected to play on Sunday against the Saints. He’s officially listed as questionable for the 4:25 p.m. ET showdown against New Orleans. McCaffrey, a top-10 pick in [more]

Greg Olsen, Christian McCaffrey listed as questionable for Sunday

The word from tight end Greg Olsen after last Sunday’s game against the Jets was that his foot would be OK even though he left early in his first game back from a broken bone in the foot. Further tests showed nothing to contradict that assessment, but soreness in the foot kept Olsen from practicing [more]

USC looks to show how far it has come in Pac-12 title game rematch with Stanford

Despite a second straight 10-win season, the Trojans have not won a conference title since 2008, when it was still the Pac-10. And Stanford's Christian McCaffrey embarrassed them in their last trip to the Pac-12 title game.

As USC prepares for Stanford's Bryce Love, the memory of Christian McCaffrey is still fresh

Bryce Love stood, smiling slightly, in a throng of Stanford supporters last weekend after the Cardinal defeated Notre Dame and, thanks to a Washington State loss that same evening, advanced to the Pac-12 Conference championship game. The mood was celebratory. It recalled a moment two season ago,...

USC can't allow Love to mimic McCaffrey in Pac-12 title game

USC can't allow latest Heisman candidate Bryce Love to mimic Stanford's Christian McCaffrey in 2015 Pac-12 title game        

Fantasy Football Week 11: Our Trade Values Chart tells you what you can get for Matthew Stafford, Mike Evans and Christian McCaffrey

Is your trade deadline this week? Our Trade Values Chart will help you cut a deal to help you get the edge in the Fantasy postseason.

Jonathan Stewart bounces back after nightmare game the week before

The last time he took the field, Jonathan Stewart fumbled twice, nearly cost the Panthers a win, and sparked a new wave of chatter about rookie Christian McCaffrey replacing him as the Panthers’ starting running back. Monday night, he repaid the faith the team showed in him, and showed that he’s still got it. The [more]

Panthers find run game, and the end zone

The Panthers want to be a running team, just not with their quarterback. And for a moment, they are again. Christian McCaffrey just weaved his way to the end zone from 4 yards out, giving the Panthers a 10-0 lead on the Dolphins in the second quarter. The 12-play, 85-yard drive included 12- and 18-yard [more]

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