Jerry Richardson’s surprise announcement Sunday that he will sell the Carolina Panthers after this season has led to widespread speculation about the team’s possible new ownership.
Among the most intriguing prospects: NASCAR mogul Bruton Smith, who has expressed interest in the past in buying the team if the opportunity arose.
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Davis delivered the block against Adams during an interception return in the third quarter of the Panthers’ 31-24 win on Sunday. Adams left the game and is in the concussion protocol.
NFL executive vice president of football operations Jon Runyan issued the suspension via a letter addressed to Davis, citing violation of Rule 12, Section 2, Article 7 (b) (1) which prohibits unnecessary contact against a player who is in a defenseless posture by “forcibly hitting the defenseless player’s head or neck area with the helmet, facemask, forearm or shoulder, even if the initial contact is lower than the player’s neck.”
Runyan continued: “During an interception return, you took a path toward your opponent who was pursuing the play and delivered a violent and unnecessary blindside block to his head and neck area. You have been previously fined for violations of safety-related rules. Your actions yesterday warrant an escalation of discipline, not only because they were flagrant, but also because of your status as a repeat offender.”