CHARLOTTE – The Panthers are working through a second round of interviews, as they narrow their list of candidates for their general manager vacancy.
After an initial round of 15 virtual interviews, the Panthers met in person with Titans director of player personnel Monti Ossenfort, 49ers vice president of player personnel Adam Peters, and Chiefs assistant director of player personnel Ryan Poles on Tuesday. Seahawks vice president of football operations Scott Fitterer had his second interview Wednesday.
A decision is expected this week.
Peters has the closest links to the people on the job, as he played defensive end at UCLA under a couple of guys who would look very familiar. Panthers head coach Matt Rhule was his position coach in 2001, and UCLA’s defensive coordinator that year was Phil Snow, who holds that position with the Panthers now.
- Would A Deshaun Watson deal would be ‘the biggest trade in NFL history’
- Activities That Will Get Your Heart Rate Up
- Georgia Tech vs Clemson Basketball Preview
- Watch as Massive Waves Pound Hawaii: Biggest Surf in Years
- Zion Williamson 32 Points
- Extended highlights of Mizzou hoops win over South Carolina
- Former South Carolina Quarterback Ryan Hilinski Commits To Northwestern University
- Shane Beamer News Conference — 1/19/21
- Reacting to the Tennessee Vols firing head coach Jeremy Pruitt | KJZ
- Brady vs. Rodgers, the Bills’ Super Bowl Chances, & DeShaun Watson Trades | The Bill Simmons Podcast
Upstate News Headlines
- Weekend Things to Do: Greenville South Carolina
- COVID-19 variant found by NC lab could mean trouble for health systems
- NC’s COVID-19 vaccine rates increase, but still plenty of room for improvement, federal data show
- Surf photographer severely injured after facing monster wave on Oahu’s North Shore
- 3 National Guard soldiers killed in helicopter crash in New York state
- WATCH: Star-studded 'Celebrating America' features president, vice president and celebrities
- QAnon Cult Theory Faces Inauguration Judgment Day
- Students watch history unfold on Inauguration Day
- Sheriff issues warning after uptick in catalytic converter thefts
- 2 charged with homicide by child abuse in Simpsonville, SLED says
- Event allows people to “crawl” through 16 of the Upstate's venues