This should be an interesting matchup. Years are excellent performance, or just a few years of NFL best performance. What makes a better Carolina Panther to you? be sure to vote!
Kevin Greene, OLB
Statistics as a Panther: 47 games, 41.5 sacks, 2 INT
Accolades: All-Pro (1996), Defensive player of the year (1996), 1990's All-Decade Team
- Though Greene only spent three seasons in Carolina (it could have been four if not for the spat with him over this professional wrestling gigs) Kevin Greene made the most of his time in Charlotte. A vital piece of the Panthers improbable 1996 NFC Championship run, Green amassed 14.5 sacks on the year from the outside linebacker position. What's more impressive is that his stats were actually more gaudy, but the NFL didn't track tackles at that time.
Muhsin Muhammad, WR
Statistics as a Panther: 155 games, 696 receptions, 9,255 yards receiving, 50 TD
Two time Pro Bowler while in Carolina, 2004 All Pro, 2004 Receiver of the year
- "MOOOOOOSE!" One simple word that sums up a career. For a long time he was as close to an original Panther as John Kasay after being a 2nd round selection in the 1996 draft. Muhammad was the kind of possession receiver every team wanted, but few actually had. The 2003 and 04 years were his zenith when recorded an 85 yard TD reception in the Superbowl in 2003, and then followed up with a scintillating 2004 season where he totaled 1,405 yard and 16 TDs.