Who are all of the Carolina Panthers quarterbacks?

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How many quarterbacks have played for the Carolina Panthers?

Since the start of the 2018 season, seven different players have started at quarterback for Carolina — eight, if you count Newton twice. (He re-signed with the team in November 2021.) A quick refresher on those names: Newton, Kyle Allen, Taylor Heinicke, Will Grier, Teddy Bridgewater, P.J. Walker and Darnold.

Who was the former QB for the Carolina Panthers?

Delhomme played as the Carolina Panthers starting quarterback from 2003 to 2009. Delhomme held most of Carolina’s quarterback records until Cam Newton broke most of them. Delhomme led the team to Super Bowl XXXVIII in his first season with Carolina.

Who is the best quarterback in Carolina Panthers history?

Cam Newton

Rk Player QBrec
1 Cam Newton 68-60-1
2 Jake Delhomme 53-37-0
3 Steve Beuerlein 23-28-0
4 Kerry Collins 22-20-0

Who was QB before Cam Newton?

Most games as starting quarterback

Name GP GS
Cam Newton 125 124
Jake Delhomme 91 90
Steve Beuerlein 59 51
Kerry Collins 45 42

Who was the quarterback for the Panthers in 2003?

Jake Delhomme
Jake Delhomme was Carolina’s quarterback from 2003-09, leading the Panthers to three playoff appearances and an NFC championship in his first season in 2003. Delhomme finished his Panthers career as the team’s leader in career game-winning drives with 21, setting a franchise record with seven in the 2003 season.

What does Cam Newton play for?

When the Panthers released him back in 2020, he waited it out until the perfect opportunity arose. He signed late with the New England Patriots to a one-year deal and lead them to a 7-8 record in 15 starts. Newton has come to the realization that the market for him to be a starter is no longer as broad as it once was.

Where is Kerry Collins today?

At home in Tennessee or North Carolina, Collins lives with his wife, Brooke, and 7-year-old daughter, Riley.

Who was the Panthers QB after Cam Newton?

P.J. Walker
The 32-year-old Newton was replaced by P.J. Walker after completing just five of 21 passes for 92 yards and two interceptions. He had a passer rating of 5.8. Newton also rushed for a touchdown in the loss. It was just his second start of the season since rejoining the Panthers on a one-year deal earlier this month.

Why did Patriots Release Newton?

Newton said that while he was surprised by his release, he understands why the Patriots didn’t want to keep him around. “Can we be honest? The reason why they released me is because indirectly, I was going to be a distraction, without being the starter,” he said. “Just my aura.