Panthers Tracks podcast: 2022 Predictions

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Panthers beat writer Ellis Williams asks former Observer writer Jonathan Alexander to predict the Panthers 2022 regular season record. The two discuss each game, starting with Week 1 versus the Cleveland Browns.

By Ellis Williams and Jonathon Alexander / The Charlotte Observer.

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