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Well, duh. Of course you need to follow us before anyone else. We are your number one source for Panthers information, after all. We can't promise you that we will break every story first, but we can promise you that we will provide you with enough news and analysis to make you a more informed fan. That's just how we roll.
Every story we publish that is related to training camp will be filed into that stream, so keep that link in your favorite internet browser and you'll be all set for training camp.
Also, you can follow us on Twitter and Facebook if you're into that sort of thing.
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We will be live-tweeting from practice on Saturday and Sunday, and we will also have open threads every day during camp for fans to congregate and chat about what's going on with the team. Jaxon and James will provide recaps after each practice, and I will provide pictures, tweets and other miscellaneous fluff that my comrades leave out.
In case you missed it, Jaxon wrote a training camp coverage plan. Feel free to reference that article for info on what we plan to provide for you for the next few weeks. I wrote a training camp primer with information about Wofford College and Spartanburg. If you need to refresh your memory on what's available to you if you go to training camp, please refer back to that post.
While we may be your best source of Panthers information, we know that we're not the only source of Panthers information that's available to you. Here are some other places across the web that you can use to stay up-to-date on training camp:
Facebook: Carolina Panthers
You can keep up with the team through their official website, located at panthers.com, and follow Bryan Strickland and Max Henson as they report live from camp.
As a reminder, you can find all the information about practice times and dates here.
The Charlotte Observer
The guys from The Observer will be in Spartanburg for the duration of camp. Be sure to follow Joe Person, Jonathan Jones, Tom Sorensen and Scott Fowler on Twitter to keep up with their thoughts on what's going on with the team.
The Associated Press
Follow along with Steve Reed as he covers the Panthers for the Associated Press. You can find his reports here.
610 AM WFNZ The Fan
You can find their radio schedule at their website for those times when you're tired of reading and just need to listen to folks talk about the Panthers.
This isn't guaranteed for everyone, but if you live in the Carolinas you should have access to Panthers Huddle, a weekly 30 minute show that goes inside training camp with Mick Mixon, Eugene Robinson and Mike Craft. The Huddle also has a video section on the Panthers' official website, located here.
This list is obviously not comprehensive, but it should give you enough sources to keep you informed of what's going on at training camp. If you have any other sources that you like to use for Panthers info, please feel free to share them in the comment thread.
Oh, and as a reminder: don't forget about our meet and greet scheduled for tomorrow.