News Ron Rivera retired as head coach of Carolina Panthers

Ron Rivera retired as head coach of Carolina Panthers

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The Panthers Carolina managed to release the Ron Rivera coach and left four games in his ninth season with the team.

Four years from the Panthers to steer to a 15-1 record and super Bowl appearance, Rivera leaves the Carolina team who are 5-7 and probably lose the postseason for the second straight season, despite the fact that rushes are not. Christian McCaffrey (1,167 yards). Cam Newton Cam quarterback, former MVP league, was not played from Week 2 due to foot injury.

Rivera was 76-63-1 with the Panthers.

“I believe this is the best decision for the long-term success of our staff,” said Daivd Tepper, the owner of the panellists, in a statement. “I admire Ron and his contributions to this franchise and to this community. I wish him well. I will immediately start a search for the next coach of Carolina Panthers. ”

Secondary school coach Perry Fewell will act as interim coach, with Norv Turner, abusive co-ordinator, moving to a special assistant to the head coach. Scott Turner, a Quarterbacks coach, is the new aggressive coordinator.

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