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Cam Newton is already the number 3 rusher in terms of scoring touchdowns for a career of anybody in a Carolina Panther. All the stats below will reflect Panthers only records.

Brandon LaFell is #6 for a Panther in rec yards.

Cam and LaFell hooked up for a 91 yard play last season, resulting in the longest pass play in Panther history.

With one more sack, CJ will pass Kevin Greene for third place in Panther history at 42 sacks.

Greg Hardy is 7th and need 3 sacks to pass Kris Jenkins, and 3.5 more after that to pass Lamar Lathon for #5 all-time.

Captain Munnerlyn's 3 defensive scores is just one away from Mike Minter for tops as a defensive player for the Panthers.

Peppers, who leads the Panthers in sacks, also has the longest INT return at 97 yards.

At 96 passes defensed, Gamble has more than triple then next highest, active Panther in Beason who has 31.

Greg Hardy and his 2 Safety tackles are tied for a Panthers record for a career. You play the Jaguars in two more seasons and if they still have Gabbert he will get the record.

Brandon LaFell leads the Panthers all time with a 30+ yard a carry average. :)

Regular Season Record (all-time) : 130-156-0

Playoff Record (all-time) : 6-4 (Last appearance after 2008 season)

Super Bowls Won: 0 out of 1 appearance

Championships Won: 0

Passing Leader (all-time): Jake Delhomme - 19,258 yards

Rushing Leader (all-time): DeAngelo Williams - 5,555 yards

Receiving Leader (all-time): Steve Smith - 11,334 yards

Winningest Coach (all-time): John Fox - 73 wins

Top Player by Approximate Value (all-time): Steve Smith - 102 AV

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