CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The Carolina Panthers have their next general manager, as Scott Fitterer accepted the job on Thursday.
Fitterer has been with the Seattle Seahawks since 2001, and leaves as their Vice President of Football Operations. There are plenty of questions as to how he will mesh with head coach Matt Rhule, and help the Panthers bounce back from a 5-11 season in 2020.
Josh Klein, the managing editor of 'The Riot Report," joined Mike Solarte on the Chevrolet Sports Night to provide some background on the new man in charge for the Panthers.
Dave Tepper: “We went through a thorough process and it was a great final four. We thought Scott was the best fit for the organization.” https://t.co/DkO1Qz3uAK— Carolina Panthers (@Panthers) January 15, 2021