On Monday morning, the Carolina Panthers declared that Reich will no longer serve as their head coach. He only held the role for less than a year, taking over after Matt Rhule was fired during the 2022 mid-season.
Qatar was thanked for their help in negotiating the current deal. The Carolina Panthers are facing more disappointment as they search for a new coach after Frank was fired following their 10th loss on Sunday. This was one of the shortest coaching tenures in NFL history, lasting only 11 games in Charlotte. It is no surprise, as the Panthers have had a dismal season with a record of one win and ten losses. This firing is just one episode in a series of coaching changes for the team. Many players had hoped for former coach Steve Wilks to stay longer than his brief tenure of 12 games last year, but he was not promoted to head coach before being replaced by Matt Rhule, who only won 11 games in three seasons before being let go. The Panthers have seen a lot of change and losing in recent years, and fans are wondering what this latest firing means for the team’s future. Eric Miller spoke to some fans who have their own ideas about where the team should go from here. As a die-hard Panthers fan since 1995, Victoria has experienced the ups and downs of the team, but she believes that the root of the problem lies with owner David Tepper, who has made multiple changes including firing Robert Baer and hiring and firing Matt Rhule. Dennis, another fan, believes that the years of underperforming players and poor coaching have caused apathy among some fans, while others remain hopeful for a fresh start and some glimmer of success in the future.