There is a good chance that if you’ve found this page then you’re playing the Immaculate Grid.
That also means that today’s grid has asked for players that have played for both the Las Vegas Raiders and Carolina Panthers.
And, it also means that you’re probably stuck on this particular box and you’re looking for a little help. Sound about right so far?
Well, good news, you’re in the right place.
I’ve done some research and have found players who played on both the Raiders and Panthers.
Kerry Collins was a two-time Pro Bowler who had a lengthy NFL career from 1995 to 2011. He was the 5th overall pick by the Carolina Panthers in the 1995 NFL Draft.
Over his 17-year career, Collins played for six different teams: the Panthers, New Orleans Saints, New York Giants, Oakland Raiders, Tennessee Titans, and Indianapolis Colts. Collins’ career was highlighted by a Super Bowl XXXV appearance with the Giants.
He threw for over 40,000 yards in his career, finishing with 40,922 passing yards, 208 touchdowns, and 196 interceptions.
*Collins was the most popular player for this square in a previous grid (Grid 37)
Collins Key Stats
- Pro Bowl (Panthers, Titans)
- 3000+ Yard Season (Giants, Raiders)
Steve Beuerlein had a long and solid NFL career as a quarterback, spanning 17 seasons from 1987 to 2003.
He was drafted by the Raiders, and while he found success with several teams, his most impressive stint was with the Carolina Panthers from 1996 to 2000, including a Pro Bowl season in 1999 where he threw for a league-leading 4436 yards with 36 touchdowns.
Known for his resilience, Beuerlein moved around a lot during his career, playing for five different teams and amassing over 24,000 passing yards and 147 touchdowns.
Beuerlein Key Stats
- Pro Bowl (Panthers)
- 3000+ Yard Passing Season (Cardinals, Panthers)
Josh McCown, known for his resilience and adaptability, carved out a noteworthy 17-year career in the NFL – mostly as a reliable backup quarterback.
From his entry into the league with the Arizona Cardinals in 2002, he played for 9 different teams, a few times as the starting QB, but also stepping in and performing effectively whenever called upon when he wasn’t.
He threw for over 17,000 yards and 98 touchdowns, holding a career passer rating of around 80. Particularly impressive stints came with the Chicago Bears in 2013 and the New York Jets in 2017.
Ameer Abdullah, a running back with an exceptional college career at Nebraska, was drafted by the Lions in the second round of the 2015 NFL Draft. Abdullah made his presence felt with his quick acceleration and shiftiness. However, he has dealt with several injuries throughout his career, affecting his production.
Abdullah also played for the Vikings and Panthers, providing depth in the backfield and contributing on special teams, particularly in kickoff returns. Even though he hasn’t consistently been a starting running back, his versatility has allowed him to maintain a role on teams.
Omar Gaither was selected in the 5th round of the 2006 NFL Draft, 168th overall, by the Philadelphia Eagles. Playing the linebacker position, Gaither spent five seasons with the Eagles before having brief stints with the Carolina Panthers and Oakland Raiders.
During his NFL career, Gaither recorded over 300 total tackles, six sacks, and two interceptions. His best season came in 2007 with the Eagles, where he recorded 102 total tackles and started all 16 games.
Though he never earned Pro Bowl or All-Pro honors, Gaither was a reliable and steady contributor at the linebacker position, especially in his early years with the Eagles.
Rodney Peete is a former quarterback who had a long career in the NFL. He was drafted by the Detroit Lions in the 6th round of the 1989 NFL Draft.
Peete played for the Lions from 1989 to 1993 and would go on to play for several other NFL teams including the Cowboys, Eagles, Redskins, Raiders, and Panthers. Over the course of his career, Peete threw for more than 16,000 yards and 76 touchdowns.
While he never made it to a Pro Bowl, Peete was a reliable starter for several years, particularly during his time with the Lions. His longevity in the league is a rarity for a player who was not a high draft pick.
Brandon LaFell was drafted in the third round of the 2010 NFL Draft by the Carolina Panthers. LaFell played for the Panthers from 2010 to 2013, making some solid contributions as a reliable receiving option.
He then joined the New England Patriots in 2014 and enjoyed one of the highlights of his career by winning Super Bowl XLIX with the team.
After his stint with the Patriots, LaFell went on to play for the Cincinnati Bengals from 2016 to 2018. He finished his tenure with the Bengals with respectable numbers before moving to the Oakland Raiders for a short stint in 2018. LaFell finished his 9-year career with 5,398 receiving yards and 31 touchdowns.