As the first expansion team since 1976, Jerry Richardson announced a bid for an NFL expansion in the Carolinas and the Carolina Panthers came to be. They were established the same year that the Jacksonville Jaguars were added to be an expansion team as well. They have been members of the NFC South in the NFL since their establishment as a team in the late 1970's and are located in Charlotte, North Carolina. Legally, they are registered as Panthers football and play their games at the Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte. In their first season, they played at Clemson University's Memorial Stadium because their stadium was still under construction. The Panthers are one of the only teams in the NFL to own their own stadium, legally under the name of Panthers Stadium. In their black, blue, and silver uniforms, the team began their official season in 1995 and remained successful in their first few years as they had winning season in both 1995 and 1996.
Their success didn't last much longer as their next few seasons ended without any championships or playoff appearances. They were able to finally have their their next winning season in 2003 where they won the NFC Championship Game and made it to their second Super Bowl appearance. Unfortunately, they lost to the New England Patriots 32-39. They made another playoff appearance in 2008 but ever since then, the team hasn't had any success. Having a combined eight divisional titles and two Super Bowl appearances, the Atlanta Falcons and Panthers are both in competition for their first Super Bowl victory In 2011, the Panthers drafted quarterback Cam Newton which raised many questions as many people didn't see Newton fit to play as quarterback. He proved them wrong and broke Peyton Manning's rookie passing yard record and ended the 2011 season 6-10, a four game improvement from the previous year. Their record continued to improve when in the 2012 season, they ended 7-9, making them second in the NFC South. The following year brought them back to their glory days in which they were able to clinch the NFC South title and the second seed for the Divisional round of the NFC playoffs. They were able to defeat the Panthers, making it their first division championship since 2008.
Hoping to continue their progress, the Panthers went into the 2014 NFL draft with a positive mindset. With their first round pick, they chose wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin from Florida State. Many saw that as a risky choice however, general manager Dave Gettleman knew that with his size and Newton's talent, they'd be an unbeatable combo. It's up to head coach Ricky Proehl to work on the future dynamic duo. Another important addition is second round pick defensive end Kony ealy from Missouri. His ability to play both defensive end and defensive tackle will be a huge addition to the Panthers. The remaining four picks are Trai Turner from LSU, Tre Boston from North Carolina, Bene Benwikere from San Jose State, and Tyler Gaffney from Stanford. The Panthers are eager to start their upcoming season, hoping to continue with their playoff streak as they take on the Buffalo Bills in their first preseason game.
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