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Carolina Panthers 2019 schedule release: Games, dates and times

The rollercoaster ways of the Ron Rivera’s Carolina Panthers continued this past season. Which direction is this talented team headed in this year?

The specter of inconsistency has haunted the Carolina Panthers since the team’s inception dating back to 1995. The team got off to a very respectable 7-19 start in its debut year. One season later, head coach Dom Capers had this club one victory away from the Super Bowl, falling to the Green Bay Packers in the NFC title game at Lambeau field.

Fast forward to today, where head coach Ron Rivera and quarterback Cam Newton both joined the franchise in 2011. And the ups and downs continue with this club. And to date, the Panthers have still not finished with consecutive winning seasons in 24 campaigns on the field.

When the Carolina Panthers’ schedule is announced, we will update immediately. Here are the team’s 2019 opponents, home and away.

Home: Atlanta Falcons, New Orleans Saints, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Jacksonville Jaguars, Los Angeles Rams, Seattle Seahawks, Tennessee Titans, Washington Redskins

Away: Atlanta Falcons, New Orleans Saints, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Arizona Cardinals, Green Bay Packers, Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts, San Francisco 49ers

Here is how the complete schedule, week-by-week, lays out for the Carolina Panthers:

Week 1: Opponent and time TBA
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Week 17: Opponent and time TBA

In essence, it’s been an offseason of transition for this club. Center Ryan Kalil and defensive end Julius Peppers have opted for retirement The Panthers expressed no desire to bring back outside linebacker Thomas Davis and instead of opting for retirement, the veteran defender signed with the Los Angeles Chargers. And wide receiver Devin Funchess entered free agency and joined the Indianapolis Colts.

A year ago, the Panthers got off to a 6-2 start but slumped badly and wound up winning only one more game the remainder of the season. The team has been fairly quiet this offseason in terms of signing free agents, adding center Matt Paradis, pass rusher Bruce Irvin and wide receiver Chris Hogan. But the club has four selection in the Top 100 in April’s draft so stay tuned.

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