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#1 06-12-2018 03:39:44

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The Panthers released veteran safety Kurt Coleman

CHARLOTTE https://www.carolinapanthersfanshop.com … ess-Jersey , N.C. (AP) and defensive end Charles Johnson, the team announced Monday, saving Carolina nearly $6 million in salary cap space.Coleman, 29, played the past three seasons with the Panthers. He had 11 interceptions in that span, tied for fourth-best in the NFL. With Coleman leading the way, the Panthers have had 51 interceptions since 2015, second in the NFL.Coleman was scheduled to count $5.15 million against the 2018 salary cap, according to reports; releasing him clears $2.65 million in cap space.Releasing Johnson https://www.carolinapanthersfanshop.com … son-Jersey , meanwhile, clears another $3.25 million in cap space. Johnson, 31, signed a two-year extension last year worth $9.5 million.Johnson spent 11 seasons with the Panthers after Carolina selected him in the third round of the 2007 draft. He played 143 games for Carolina, the most by any defensive lineman. He ranks second in franchise history with 67 sacks and 20 forced fumbles.Johnson was suspended four games last season for violating the league’s policy on performance-enhancers, and was inactive for the Panthers’ playoff game against New Orleans.— Sunday’s matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles was one for the books. Cam Newton lead the Carolina Panthers to a stunning 21-17 victory after erasing a 17-point deficit in the fourth quarter. Norv Turner turned to the no-huddle offense in the fourth to breathe some life into a deflating team, a move which proved to be pivotal. Newton responded by completing 16 of 22 passes for 201 yards and two touchdowns in the final quarter. The Baltimore Ravens didn’t have the same kind of luck in their 24-23 loss to the New Orleans Saints on Sunday. The Ravens held a 10 point lead heading into the fourth, however, two touchdown drives and a field goal in the same quarter by the Saints would seal the Ravens’ fate. Despite the loss Marquis Haynes Jersey , Baltimore’s defense still tops the league with fewest yards (280.6) and fewest points (14.4) allowedAs the Panthers take on the Ravens at home, here are four keys for Carolina’s offense to defeat Baltimore’s defense:Establish short yardage passing game: The Panthers have been notorious this season for slow starts. Against a stingy Ravens’ defense, Carolina may not be given a second chance for a comeback. It’s important to keep in mind that the Saints became the first team this season to score a touchdown on the Ravens’ defense in the second half. The Saints were able to score on back-to-back 12-play touchdown drives. The Panthers’ offense needs to come prepared in the passing game and keep the defense honest with short throws, screens, and misdirection. Protect Cam: In Week 6 against the Titans, Ravens set a franchise record with a whomping 11 sacks. They lead the NFL in sacks with a total of 27. Ravens’ defense works extremely well at getting to the passer. They’re healthier than beginning of the season and they have revolving bodies on the defensive line. If the Panthers have a shot at scoring, Newton needs to be able to depend on the offensive line for protection, other Baltimore won’t be so forgiving.More no-huddle: Since his days at Auburn, Newton has excelled in the hurry-up offense. It couldn’t have been more true than when Newton lit up the Eagles’ defense in the remaining quarter of Sunday’s game. Although Ron Rivera says the no-huddle offense will be “situational” https://www.carolinapanthersfanshop.com … ith-Jersey , it’s something the Panthers should consider using more often in the future. The no-huddle helps establish a tempo, allows the team to settle in, and gets Newton hot. It also could keep the the Raven’s pass rush at bay. Power runs: The Saints’ dynamic running duo in Mark Ingram and Alvin Kamara was a big reason for their success against the Ravens. New Orleans ran for 134 yards on 39 attempts against a very good front. The run game kept the Raven’s defense on their toes. Despite all his power, Christian McCaffrey won’t be able to carry the workload on his own. Panthers’ need to switch things up whether it comes from CJ Anderson, Alex Armah, or Newton himself. All-in-all, the Panthers will need to be quick if they are to outmaneuver a stout Ravens’ defense.

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