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Carolina Panthers took a shot at the NFL’s new Twitter policies; This is FUNNY

The NFL has now banned its own teams from sharing its own highlights from its own games on Twitter. This is because the NFL wants the teams to share their tweets, which would help the league make money off of clicks rather than the team itself. This is really a dumb rule, especially since the NFL is making more money than our country.

So last night during the game, the Panthers took a shot at the NFL, and didn’t really have to say much.  This was really good though….



Because the NFL has stopped allowing NFL teams to post highlights up of their team, the Panthers posted the words AndersonToBenjamin.GIF which would usually show their fans the clip, but instead that is all it said.

Greg Hardy was arrested today for possession of COCAINE

Greg Hardy's mugshot is rough

Greg Hardy’s mugshot is rough

Greg Hardy was once one of the most talented pass rushers in the NFL, and today free agent Hardy was arrested for possession of cocaine.

Hardy, 28, was taken into custody after officers determined he was in possession of a controlled substance following a traffic stop. He was transported to Richardson City Jail before being released Monday after posting $5,000 bond, according to the spokesman.

Hardy played with the Cowboys last season after returning from a four-game suspension for conduct detrimental to the league following his 2014 arrest on domestic violence charges.

Could the refs that called the game against Cam Newton be punished by Goodell?

Cam Newton is closing in on a new deal with the Carolina Panthers

Refs could be getting suspended for not making the right calls

The NFL has become such an interesting league. After the Panthers game against the Broncos, many took notice that the Broncos were aiming to hit Cam Newton in the helmet.  The video images of him getting hit were bad and we all know if it was Tom Brady the calls would have been made.  Well it seems like there could be some repercussions for the referees that did not make the calls.

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell acknowledged that the officials missed at least one call in Thursday’s Carolina Panthers vs. Denver Broncos game. Speaking on Monday, the commissioner hinted at the idea that discipline may be forthcoming.

“That’s why we have a process,” Goodell said, per Mark Maske, The Washington Post. “Obviously hopefully they’re flagged on the field. And then if not, discipline can occur. Jon Runyan is in charge of that aspect of it. So he’s reviewing that and I assume he’ll come out with a decision in the next day or so.”

NFL responds to critics about Cam Newton’s head shots

Cam Newton is a freak athlete, do you agree with his statements though?

Cam Newton should have been checked better

Last night the Broncos seemed to be head hunting for Cam Newton. He was hit numerous times and was not receiving any calls.  Many were worried about one hit particularly when he was rocked by Darrian Stewart and it dazed him. Many wanted to know why Cam Newton was not taken out of the game to be checked by medical staff.  Well the NFL has responded to the play.

“There was communication between medical personnel on the Carolina sideline, including the unaffiliated neurotrauma consultant, and the two independent certified athletic trainer spotters in the booth,” the league said in a statement. “During stoppage in play while on-field officials were in the process of administrating penalties, the unaffiliated neurotrauma consultant and team physician requested video from the spotters and reviewed the play. They concluded there were no indications of a concussion that would require further evaluation and the removal of the player from the game.”

What do you think? Was the NFL right about the call to let Cam play? 

Panthers have signed veteran safety Stevie Brown

Stevie Brown has been released by the Houston Texans

Stevie Brown has been signed by the Carolina Panthers

According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Media Insiders, the Carolina Panthers have signed veteran safety Stevie Brown.

Brown last played for the Kansas City Chiefs, and was cut back in August of 2016.

He was drafted by the Oakland Raiders in the seventh round of the 2010 NFL Draft. He played college football for the Michigan Wolverines, where he started at safety as a junior for the 2008 team and at linebacker for the 2009 team.[1] He has also been a member of the Carolina Panthers, Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts, New York Giants, and Kansas City Chiefs.

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