Panthers promoted QBs coach Mike Shula to offensive coordinator.
The three finalists for the Panthers' offensive coordinator position are QBs coach Mike Shula, ex-Browns coach Pat Shurmur, and Bengals assistant Hue Jackson.
The Panthers interviewed incumbent quarterbacks coach Mike Shula for their offensive-coordinator vacancy Wednesday.
Former Browns coach Pat Shurmur is interviewing for the Panthers' offensive-coordinator vacancy on Monday.
The Charlotte Observer reports that the Panthers are expected to consider Ken Whisenhunt and Mike Mularkey as offensive coordinator candidates.
NFL Network's Albert Breer reports that Bengals assistant Hue Jackson will interview for the Panthers' offensive coordinator job on Monday.
According to the Charlotte Observer, ex-Browns coach Pat Shurmur is also a candidate for the Panthers' offensive coordinator vacancy.
The Panthers have requested permission to interview Bengals assistant Hue Jackson for their offensive coordinator vacancy.
Panthers QBs coach Mike Shula is a candidate to be promoted to offensive coordinator following Rob Chudzinski's exit to Cleveland.
Panthers hired Giants senior pro personnel analyst Dave Gettleman for their general manager position.
Montreal Alouettes GM Jim Popp is expected to interview for the Panthers' general manager vacancy.
The Panthers and Browns have requested to interview Vikings assistant GM George Paton for their general manager vacancies.
The Panthers will interview Titans VP of player personnel Lake Dawson as a candidate for their general manager vacancy.
Giants director of college scouting Marc Ross has reportedly lined up interviews with the Panthers, Jets, Jaguars, and Chargers.