The Carolina Panthers added some depth to their wide receiver corps on Friday, as the team signed veteran Chris Hogan. Hogan, undrafted in 2011, has spent nearly all of his playing career in the AFC East. Out of college he signed with the San Francisco 49ers, but was cut out of camp.

The Carolina Panthers are holding out quarterback Cam Newton from their Sunday game against the Atlanta Falcons due to his ailing right shoulder, coach Ron Rivera told reporters on Wednesday. Newton will likely miss the regular-season finale against the New Orleans Saints as well, but the team elected not to put him on injured reserve. Newton has been dealing with soreness for close to two months while Carolina's season has unraveled with six straight defeats.

The Washington Redskins have never defeated Cam Newton.When the Carolina Panthers roll into FedEx Field on Sunday for a Week 6 showdown, the Redskins will be looking to beat the 2015 NFL MVP for the first time in six tries dating back to 2009. Newton

When Graham Gano got home with the football he kicked 63 yards to give the Carolina Panthers a dramatic win over the New York Giants, he knew exactly where he was going to put it. Gano took the ball into his office and placed and placed it neatly on a kicking tee - one autographed by Tom Dempsey. It seemed only fitting, Gano said.

Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis arrived at work bright and early Monday morning to some unexpected fanfare after serving a four-game suspension for testing positive for PEDs. Coach Ron Rivera wore a new black t-shirt with a blue silhouette of Davis celebrating a big play that read ''I'M BACK'' during his news conference. Davis' return, combined with the possible return of tight end Greg Olsen from a broken foot this week and the team's dramatic 33-31 win Sunday over the New York Giants - Graham Gano booted a 63-yard field goal through the uprights with 1 second remaining allowing the Panthers to improve to 3-1 - had the locker room abuzz on Monday.

Gano lo ganó! Carolina Panthers kicker Graham Gano nailed a 63-yard game-winner against the Giants on Sunday. The most thrilling finish to a game on Sunday came courtesy of the Carolina Panthers and kicker Graham Gano, who drilled a career-best 63-yard field goal with just seconds left on the clock to give his team a 33-30 win over the New York Giants. The home crowd went crazy, and Gano was mobbed by his exhilarated teammates.

Odell Beckham Jr. stutter-stepped forward, turned back around to catch the pass from New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning, and then lofted the ball across the field into the waiting arms of a wide-open Saquon Barkley. The rookie running back then took off, galloping toward the end zone and making a last-second jump-skip over the outstretched arms of a diving Carolina Panthers defender. The dizzyingly-delightful trickeration stunned the Panthers defense, which allowed the Beckham-to-Barkley connection to yield a 57-yard score.

Maybe Panthers coach Ron Rivera should allow his special teams to run out of the tunnel more often for pre-game introductions. Graham Gano connected on all four field goal attempts, including a career-long 63-yarder with 1 second remaining, and Carolina recovered a muffed punt in the end zone for a touchdown to beat the New York Giants 33-31 in a wild game Sunday. ''Piece of cake,'' Rivera joked after Gano's winning field goal, which tied for the second longest in NFL history.

Eric Reid finished his first NFL game in 280 days with three tackles, a win and mixed feelings. The safety made his Carolina Panthers debut Sunday, as his new team beat the New York Giants 33-31 on Graham Gano's 63-yard field goal.

Graham Gano picked a great time to dig deep for a career-long field goal. The Carolina Panthers kicker lined up for a 63-yarder Sunday in Charlotte with time winding down against the New York Giants and his team trailing 31-30. The Panthers had blown an 11-point second-half lead and were left with Gano’s long shot to win.

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