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Jeff Nixon, Samir Suleiman to take part in leadership program

CHARLOTTE — A pair of Panthers staffers are participating in an NFL-wide program later this month, designed to enhance opportunities for minority candidates for coaching and front office jobs. Panthers vice president of football administration Samir Suleiman and assistant head coach/offense Jeff Nixon will take part in the league’s...
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Rock Hill Herald

Analysis: 4 snaps that show why the Carolina Panthers trust Jeff Nixon to call plays

The Panthers have roster issues that will take at least one offseason to fix. Their offensive line needs a makeover. The future quarterback is unknown and their best player (Christian McCaffrey) hasn’t remained healthy since coach Matt Rhule arrived in Charlotte. Those ailments — plus just one week of...
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Jeff Nixon hoping to make more highlight reels

CHARLOTTE — There was a time when Jeff Nixon trusted Matt Rhule with his college football recruiting future. Now, Rhule's trusting Nixon to help stabilize the team's offense for the season's final five games. The Panthers' head coach and the new play-caller have known each other since high school,...
CHARLOTTE, NC

Quick Hits: Expectations for Final Five Games, Describing Jeff Nixon, Injury Updates + More

What is it that you want to see in the final five weeks of the season. "I'm not really thinking about any of that, to be honest with you. I'm thinking about this week. When our guys have played well, we've been a good team, so I'm not looking at next week or the week after. To be quite honest with you, I think that's one of the things I've tried to instill in the guys and we're getting closer to it. What I want to see this week is a team that's focused. We had a great practice just now. We had a really nice practice on Monday, we had some good meetings. We're down some guys, so some guys are going to have to step up. I just want the coaching staff to go out there and coach their best and the players play their best and play our best game this Sunday."
thecharlottepost.com

Panthers assistant coach Jeff Nixon a ‘steadying influence’ for offense

Jeff Nixon, the Panthers interim offensive coordinator, has coached running backs and tight ends over 12 NFL seasons, the last two with Carolina. One man’s ouster is another’s opportunity. After cutting ties with offensive coordinator Joe Brady on Sunday, Carolina Panthers coach Matt Rhule promoted senior offensive assistant...