The Carolina Panthers are facing the Kansas City Chiefs who are dealing with a terrible tragedy that occurred yesterday with a murder suicide.…
Like most of you, we are itching for football season to start. In the midst of the dog days of summer, many get sick of baseball and start turning their attention to football. Don’t blame you a bit. To help quench your thirst, BC is going on a 32 team, 32 day, 32 gallery tour of NFL cheerleaders & superfans. Remember that Panthers cheerleader scandal back in 2005? This new crop of cheerleaders is not as slutty, but just as sexy.
Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton has the goods... and we mean that in a totally non-sexual way. He has the goods on the field. He can play. And play he will, in his first Pro Bowl in his first season. Granted, he was a replacement for Eli Manning, but he's already taken a step to differentiate himself from anyone else by wearing a pair of orange and yellow papier-mâché shoes. Guess the first thing about being unstoppable is thinking you can't be stopped. Check it!
Steve Smith apparently is not a big fan of Sean Payton of the New Orleans Saints because he decided to get in his face. I can't believe no flags were thrown for taunting because Steve Smith went absolutely crazy taunting Payton. Cam Newton of the Carolina Panthers watched on from the sidelines looking like a Taliban warrior with a towel wrapped around his head. Steve Smith also had the chance to yell in Sean Payton's face. JUMP!
Not only does the Carolina Panthers Quarterback yell into the camera about being "swaggerific", he also let the entire world know that today he would not be listening to his coach today. Santa Claus made an appearance in Carolina Panther colors and cheered his team on against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Cheerleaders in skimpy outfits, video of Cam, and more after the JUMP!
Hell, he's got nothing else to do, so Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry hung out at Carolina Panthers practice today. While he was there he threw footballs at the goal post with Cam Newton & Co., which, it turns out, is a game players play in their free time. We didn't see Newton come through, but Curry did... and then he posed for the camera. Here's the video. Check it!