Larry Brown Sports "Greg Olsen has a distinguished look for the Carolina Panthers because of his long beard. He looks like a Viking with the Nordic facial hair all long, and not everyone in his family loves it. “My daughter’s not thrilled with it, she doesn’t love it. My boys, they don’t really care. My wife, she..." February 07
NFL.com "The Denver Broncos faced Rob Gronkowski twice, Travis Kelce twice, Antonio Gates twice, Heath Miller and Gary Barnidge, among other tight ends. Sunday they will attempt to slow Greg Olsen. "We've been battle-tested going against the tight ends," corner Chris Harris Jr. said this week, via the..." February 06
Pro Football Talk "As Panthers tight end Greg Olsen prepares to play in his first career Super Bowl, Bears fans commemorating the 30th anniversary of the franchise’s only Super Bowl win surely are lamenting the fact that Olsen was shipped out of town. They also may be confused regarding why their team gave up on a..." January 28
#Panthers TE Greg Olsen on the field warming up. Told me his knee feels fine, full go, playing today.
ESPN "Tight end Greg Olsen expects to play when the undefeated Carolina Panthers face the New York Giants on Sunday, but running back Jonathan Stewart's status is uncertain. Also, the Panthers signed cornerback Robert McClain to take the roster spot of Bene' Benwikere, who was placed on injured..." December 15
Charlotte Observer "Greg Olsen’s consecutive games streak will likely continue this week in New York while Jonathan Stewart’s availability is in question. Two of the Panthers’ stars suffered injuries in the Atlanta victory last Sunday and were sent for MRIs on Monday. A source told the Observer on Tuesday that..." December 15
The Score "The Carolina Panthers saw tight end Greg Olsen and running back Jonathan Stewart leave Sunday's 38-0 win over the Atlanta Falcons with lower-body injuries. Though the injuries are believed to be minor, both offensive starters will undergo precautionary MRIs to rule out the possibility of a..." December 14
Pro Football Talk "The Panthers dodged a bullet earlier in the drive, when quarterback Cam Newton was bent backward after a keeper on third and short. (Newton later would miss one play.) The Panthers now have to worry even more, given the departure of tight end Greg Olsen with a knee injury." December 13
Charlotte Observer "Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen had his fewest receiving yards in a game Sunday against the Jaguars since Carolina’s 2011 season finale. His one-catch, 11-yard day Sunday is a far cry from his 1,008-yard season of 2014, when he went to the Pro Bowl. But he’s not sounding the alarm after..." September 15
Charlotte Observer "The last – and only – time the Carolina Panthers had two 1,000-yard pass catchers, Kelvin Benjamin was 8 years old. This year, the Panthers’ rookie receiver is just a handful of first-down catches from being half of the second duo in team history to accomplish the feat. Benjamin and tight..." December 20
CSN Chicago "Before Brandon Marshall, before Alshon Jeffery, there was Greg Olsen. The man known as "G-Reg" in rapping circles (look it up) was Jay Cutler's favorite target during his days in Chicago, but was ultimately dealt to the Carolina Panthers after the 2010 season for a third-round pick. Of..." October 02
Charlotte Observer "The Boston Red Sox tugged, pulled and rode their scraggly beards all the way to a World Series championship in the fall. If it worked for the Sox, maybe putting the razors away will be good for the Panthers, as well. Carolina has won nine of 10 games since tight end Greg Olsen began letting..." December 20
National Football Post "A lawsuit filed Thursday in Florida by a group of 16 current and former NFL players may be the latest evidence of perhaps the biggest scam of player money in league history. Two sources said the losses could approach $100 million or more. The lawsuit, which includes Ray Lewis, Jevon..." November 01
Olsen back in walking boot on left foot.
Greg Olsen back at practice without his protective boot.