The Wake Up Call – Brad Lambert

  Charlotte 49ers Head Football Coach Brad Lambert joins the Wake Up Call to discuss their close loss to Marshall, the status of Running Back Benny Lemay, and what positives he can take from the season heading into Western Kentucky.

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Panthers lose Luke Kuechly

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Shouts of "Luuuuuke" reverberated through Bank of America Stadium when Carolina Panthers middle linebacker Luke Kuechly was the last player introduced before Thursday's prime-time game against the Philadelphia Eagles There was stunned silence when Kuechly jogged to the locker room late in the first half to be evaluated for a concussion. He never returned, entering the concussion protocol for the third time in three seasons. To read the full story click here. 

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Gerry V Show – Brian Billick

NFL Network analyst and Super Bowl XXXV Champion, Brian Billick stopped by The Gerry V Show and discussed what he has seen from the Carolina Panthers so far, what his biggest concern is with this team moving forward, the biggest challenge on playing a game on Sunday and then having to play on Thursday, how he breaks down film and much more!

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Gerry V Show – Tim McManus

ESPN.com Eagles beat writer Tim McManus joins Gerry V to go in-depth on the team, including the improved play of Carson Wentz, the team's efficiency on third down. how they can slow down Cam Newton, and more!

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The Keith Larson Show – Jake Delhomme

Keith Larson talks with Jake Delhomme about Panthers and Eagles tonight on TNF, Sam Mills, and watching baseball on TBS. https://soundcloud.com/user-7141370/larson-talks-with-jake-delhomme-on-eagles-sam-mills-and-baseball

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Eagles, Panthers play for top of NFC

Thursday Night Football has a bad reputation — much of it earned — but this week's game looks like a doozy. The Philadelphia Eagles (4-1) drop in on the Carolina Panthers (4-1) in Charlotte to kick off Week 6, and you don't need to be a mathematician to figure out that the winner will be 5-1. ESPN Stats & Information says that if the Eagles win, they'll have a 34 percent chance to go…

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