• By Kegan Lowe Winston-Salem Journal

For the better part of the last 25 years, Joe Kenn has been one of the most successful strength and conditioning coaches in the country at both the collegiate and professional level, including his current five-year tenure leading the Carolina Panthers in the weight room.

Football fans in a dabbing, group-selfie-taking nation weren’t the only ones inspired during Carolina Panthers’ run to Super Bowl 50. Coach Ron Rivera’s team proved to be quite a muse for singer and songwriter Joe “Chief” Matthews

  • By Brant Wilkerson-New Winston-Salem Journal

The Super Bowl isn’t new for Kirsten Osenga, but as a Broncos fan in ‘enemy’ territory, though, it will certainly have a different feel than those of the late 1990s.

  • By Scott Hamilton Winston-Salem Journal

CHARLOTTE –– Dave Gettleman — the Carolina Panthers’ general manager who’s occasionally heard, though rarely seen — neatly summed up things nearly 13 months ago.

  • By Brant Wilkerson-New Winston-Salem Journal

SAN JOSE, Calif. — According to the official roster and the location of his locker next to Cam Newton’s, Joe Webb is technically a quarterback

  • By Scott Hamilton Winston-Salem Journal

From flip-flopping its place on the NFL calendar to moving from Hawaii to the mainland and back to Hawaii, the Pro Bowl is possibly the least popular of sports’ invitation-only exhibition games.

  • By Adam Houston Winston-Salem Journal

Shonette Lewis and her 9-year-old son Sean spent part of Monday afternoon at Tailgators at Hanes Mall. Sean, a third-grader at North Hills Elementary, needed some fresh Carolina Panthers gear to show his support for his favorite team.

  • By Adam Houston Winston-Salem Journal

Shonette Lewis and her 9-year-old son Sean spent part of Monday afternoon at Tailgators at Hanes Mall. Sean, a third-grader at North Hills Elementary, needed some fresh Carolina Panthers gear to show his support for his favorite team.

  • By Brant Wilkerson-New Winston-Salem Journal

CHARLOTTE — Thomas Davis isn’t the only member of the Carolina Panthers trying to make a return from serious injury in Super Bowl 50.

  • By Brant Wilkerson-New Winston-Salem Journal

CHARLOTTE — Thomas Davis isn’t the only member of the Carolina Panthers trying to make a return from serious injury in Super Bowl 50.

  • By Brant Wilkerson-New Winston-Salem Journal

SAN JOSE, Calif. — By the third day of the Super Bowl media onslaught, the faces are familiar and, unfortunately for the players in the spotlight, so too are the questions.

  • By Brant Wilkerson-New Winston-Salem Journal

SAN JOSE, Calif. — A little over 30 years ago, coach Ron Rivera made his first Super Bowl appearance when the Chicago Bears dominated the New England Patriots 46-10 in Super Bowl XX.

  • By Brant Wilkerson-New Winston-Salem Journal

SAN JOSE, Calif. — Much has been made of the criticism of Cam Newton throughout his career with the Panthers. Much has also been made of that criticism, and whether it’s racially motivated.

  • By Brant Wilkerson-New Winston-Salem Journal

SAN JOSE, Calif. — Over the course of the past three seasons, Kurt Coleman has lost his starting job in Philadelphia, been cut in Minnesota and led two different teams in interceptions.

  • By Brant Wilkerson-New Winston-Salem Journal

SAN JOSE, Calif. — The Carolina Panthers didn’t leave their personality back in Charlotte.

  • The Associated Press

NEW YORK — The Super Bowl takes place a week before the Grammys, but the big game is rivaling the awards shows with a plethora of live concerts and on-site musicians, from the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Metallica to Pharrell and Skrillex.