Carolina is closing in on a contract extension for coach Ron Rivera, multiple sources say, one that will keep him in charge for the foreseeable future.
Asked Friday about a possible contract extension, Rivera said: "I think the biggest thing is everything that needs to happen or is going to happen will happen in time".
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But Russia and some other countries said the UN's most powerful body had no business weighing in on the demonstrations. The Security Council "rebuffed the U.S.' naked attempt to hijack its mandate", Mr.
Richardson announced in December he would sell the Panthers when the season concludes, following a Sports Illustrated report of sexual and racial misconduct.
On the field, the Panthers have been fairly consistent outside of a disappointing 6-10 season a year ago.
The official said the Panthers are expected to announce Rivera's new deal Saturday, a day before the team faces the New Orleans Saints in the NFC wild-card round.
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Saudi Arabia's Royal Guard reportedly arrested royal family members over a protest at one of the king's palaces in Riyadh . According to the news website, the princes were sent to Al-Hair prison in preparation to be put on trial.
Rivera oversaw an NFC-record 18-game regular-season winning streak that spanned the 2014 and 2015 seasons and led to Carolina's Super Bowl appearance in 2015, which they lost 24-10 to the Denver Broncos.
Former coach John Fox, who Rivera replaced, may be the winningest coach in franchise history with 78 total wins but his team's only made the playoffs three times.
Carolina ranked ninth in Football Outsiders' defense-adjusted value over average metric this season. "And I really appreciate the support we've gotten from our fans in the Carolinas".
'World's most expensive vodka' stolen from Danish bar
This is a photo of the bottle of Russo-Baltique vodka which was stolen from the Cafe 33 bar in Copenhagen. Copenhagen police tweeted that the bottle was intact when it was found and is now being examined.