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February 1, 2004 | Bill Plaschke
To find this year's Super Bowl, make a right turn at revelry, a left turn at largesse, a U-turn at Houston, and head three hours east. Past gambling boats and crawfish boats. Past Turtle Bayou and Cow Bayou. Past a giant billboard in the shape of a 10-foot bottle of Tabasco sauce. Drive until you can hear French in the voices, smell old oak in the air, and order hogshead cheese off the menu. Drive until folks call you "bebe" and etouffee you with kindness.
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October 22, 2012 | By Chuck Schilken
Marty Hurney is no longer the general manager of the Carolina Panthers, a team that started the season with plenty of promise but fell to 1-5 with a 19-14 loss to the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday. Owner Jerry Richardson announced the firing of Hurney on Monday. "This was an extremely difficult decision," Richardson said in a team statement. "Marty made every effort to bring success to the Panthers and took the team to a Super Bowl.... Unfortunately, we have not enjoyed the success we hoped for in recent years.
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October 26, 2009
Key: The Bills were outgained 425 yards to 167, had only nine first downs and nearly a 10-minute deficit in time of possession, but Jake Delhomme had three passes intercepted and the Panthers committed four turnovers to Buffalo's none. Bills said: "He made the plays when we had to make them." -- Dick Jauron, coach, on quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick (11 of 22 for 123 yards, one touchdown) Panthers said: "Let's be honest, I don't think I'm a dummy. When you're not playing well offensively, you always have to look at the quarterback."
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September 24, 2010 | Wire reports
Cleveland Browns starting quarterback Jake Delhomme sat out a second week of practice, and will probably sit out a second straight game. Delhomme, who sprained his right ankle in the season opener at Tampa Bay, did not practice again Friday, making it improbable he will play in Sunday's game at Baltimore. Delhomme was inactive last Sunday, when the Browns hosted Kansas City. Browns Coach Eric Mangini has not yet ruled Delhomme out, but it appears backup Seneca Wallace will face the Ravens and make his second start in a row. "I don't know," Mangini said Friday when asked if Delhomme will be inactive.
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September 24, 2007 | From the Associated Press
ATLANTA -- The Carolina Panthers overcame a 361-yard, two-touchdown performance by Joey Harrington and an injury to Jake Delhomme, taking control after cornerback DeAngelo Hall lost his cool, to beat the Atlanta Falcons, 27-20, Sunday. DeShaun Foster rushed 122 yards and scored two touchdowns for Carolina (2-1). Atlanta (0-3) went ahead, 17-10, on Harrington's 13-yard touchdown pass to Alge Crumpler early in the third quarter.
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October 12, 2009
Key: The Panthers scored the final 18 points, including the deciding touchdown after a bizarre fumbled punt gave them the ball at the Washington 12. Carolina's Quinton Teal blocked Byron Westbrook into returner Antwaan Randle El, which was ruled a legal play because Randle El had moved forward to catch the short punt. The ball bounced off Westbrook's foot and Carolina's Dante Wesley pounced on the loose football. Panthers said: "Anything that could have gone wrong the first month or so has gone wrong.
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October 23, 2003
There were 12 touchdowns of 65 yards or longer on Sunday, the most in a single week in NFL history. A look: * Philadelphia's Brian Westbrook on 84-yard punt return vs. New York Giants. * New England's Troy Brown on 82-yard pass from Tom Brady vs. Miami. * Cincinnati's Chad Johnson on 82-yard pass from Jon Kitna vs. Baltimore. * Green Bay's Najeh Davenport on 76-yard run vs. St. Louis. * San Francisco's Terrell Owens on 75-yard pass from Jeff Garcia vs. Tampa Bay. * T.
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December 7, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Carolina Coach John Fox has insisted that, barring injury, struggling Jake Delhomme would remain the Panthers' starting quarterback. But Delhomme is no longer healthy, sitting out Wednesday's practice because of a sprained right thumb, meaning Chris Weinke could make his first start in almost five years Sunday against the New York Giants. "It's sore," Delhomme said.
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December 19, 2005 | From the Associated Press
A quarterback who got away ruined the Saints' last chance to win a game in front of Louisiana's disaster-weary fans. Former New Orleans backup Jake Delhomme led Carolina back into first place in the NFC South on Sunday, throwing for a touchdown and running for another as the Panthers defeated New Orleans, 27-10. "Jake's been excellent for us," Carolina Coach John Fox said. "He's got us to where we're now 10-4. Jake's had a whole lot to do with that."
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December 29, 2003 | From Associated Press
The Carolina Panthers spoiled Jim Fassel's final game with the New York Giants and set up a wild-card playoff matchup against former Giant coach Bill Parcells. Jake Delhomme threw two touchdown passes in Carolina's biggest point total of the season, and former Giant assistant John Fox and the Panthers posted a 37-24 victory Sunday in Jim Fassel's final game after seven seasons with the Giants. The victory was the third in a row for the Panthers (11-5), and it set up a rematch with the Cowboys (10-6)
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September 17, 2010 | From staff and wire reports
Philadelphia quarterback Michael Vick , who missed the 2007 and '08 seasons after his involvement in a dogfighting ring was discovered, will make his first NFL start since 2006 when the Eagles take on the Detroit Lions on Sunday. Eagles Coach Andy Reid made it official Friday when he ruled quarterback Kevin Kolb out of the game because of a concussion he suffered in their season-opening loss to the Green Bay Packers. Vick's last start came for the Atlanta Falcons in their final game of 2006 against, coincidentally, the Eagles.
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October 26, 2009
Key: The Bills were outgained 425 yards to 167, had only nine first downs and nearly a 10-minute deficit in time of possession, but Jake Delhomme had three passes intercepted and the Panthers committed four turnovers to Buffalo's none. Bills said: "He made the plays when we had to make them." -- Dick Jauron, coach, on quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick (11 of 22 for 123 yards, one touchdown) Panthers said: "Let's be honest, I don't think I'm a dummy. When you're not playing well offensively, you always have to look at the quarterback."
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October 12, 2009
Key: The Panthers scored the final 18 points, including the deciding touchdown after a bizarre fumbled punt gave them the ball at the Washington 12. Carolina's Quinton Teal blocked Byron Westbrook into returner Antwaan Randle El, which was ruled a legal play because Randle El had moved forward to catch the short punt. The ball bounced off Westbrook's foot and Carolina's Dante Wesley pounced on the loose football. Panthers said: "Anything that could have gone wrong the first month or so has gone wrong.
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September 14, 2009 | SAM FARMER, ON THE NFL
There's no place like home? The victorious Atlanta Falcons, Indianapolis Colts, Seattle Seahawks and others would agree. There's no plays like Delhomme's? Don't remind the Carolina Panthers. Quarterback Jake Delhomme's 2009 season began Sunday the way his 2008 one ended -- horribly. He was pulled from the Panthers' 38-10 home loss to the Philadelphia Eagles after committing five turnovers -- four interceptions and a fumble. That, after he had five interceptions and a fumble in a home playoff loss to Arizona last season, qualifying him as America's most gracious host.
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January 11, 2009 | Vaughn McClure
Arizona defensive end Antonio Smith, wearing a smile from here to Phoenix, engaged in some lighthearted trash talk with Carolina Panthers fans and flexed his muscles as he exited Bank of America Stadium. "We shocked the world," he said.
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October 9, 2007 | From the Associated Press
Jake Delhomme last week called surgery on his strained right elbow "a last resort." After experiencing pain trying to throw Monday, the Carolina Panthers quarterback decided the worst-case scenario couldn't be avoided. Delhomme will have season-ending ligament-replacement surgery on his elbow next week, leaving the Panthers without their leader on offense and scrambling to find another quarterback.
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October 22, 2012 | By Chuck Schilken
Marty Hurney is no longer the general manager of the Carolina Panthers, a team that started the season with plenty of promise but fell to 1-5 with a 19-14 loss to the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday. Owner Jerry Richardson announced the firing of Hurney on Monday. "This was an extremely difficult decision," Richardson said in a team statement. "Marty made every effort to bring success to the Panthers and took the team to a Super Bowl.... Unfortunately, we have not enjoyed the success we hoped for in recent years.
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September 24, 2007 | From the Associated Press
ATLANTA -- The Carolina Panthers overcame a 361-yard, two-touchdown performance by Joey Harrington and an injury to Jake Delhomme, taking control after cornerback DeAngelo Hall lost his cool, to beat the Atlanta Falcons, 27-20, Sunday. DeShaun Foster rushed 122 yards and scored two touchdowns for Carolina (2-1). Atlanta (0-3) went ahead, 17-10, on Harrington's 13-yard touchdown pass to Alge Crumpler early in the third quarter.
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