Turns out the Browns weren’t the only team getting behind-the-scenes treatment in 2018.
The NFL on Wednesday announced the Panthers will be featured on the fourth season of Amazon’s “All or Nothing” series.
The show, which is comprised of eight episodes and set to premiere July 19 on Amazon Prime Video, will follow Carolina’s 2018 campaign as it “tells the story of a talented team striving to compete for a championship in the face of inevitable change.”
— All or Nothing (@allornothingtv) June 26, 2019
— Carolina Panthers (@Panthers) June 26, 2019
After a strong 6-2 start, the Panthers sputtered to a 7-9 finish as they missed the playoffs for the second time in three years. It’s also worth noting the Panthers pulled Cam Newton and sat him the final two games, which is sure to make for an interesting storyline on the show.
There’s also veteran safety Eric Reid, a frequent target for random drug tests in the wake of his signing with the Panthers, which he believes is linked to his support of former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick and opposition of President Donald Trump after he kneeled during the anthem protests.
The “All or Nothing” series previously featured the 2015 Cardinals, 2016 Rams and 2017 Cowboys, making Carolina the fourth NFC team and first NFC South squad to take the spotlight.