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2008 Season Preview

The Panthers feel that they've made the necessary changes to become a force in the NFC on both sides of the ball, reconstructing both lines and adding weapons on offense. For the first time in a long while, the Panthers actually have quality depth at just about every position.

OFFENSE Steve SmithThe Panthers have nearly rebuilt an offense that underperformed last season, releasing G Mike Wahle, C Justin Hartwig and RB Deshaun Foster, and letting WRs Drew Carter and Keary Colbert leave as free agents. At receiver, former Panther Muhsin Muhammad and Seahawk D.J. Hackett should take the pressure off of Steve Smith. Second-year center Ryan Kalil and rookie Jeff Otah... Recommended Stories

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