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CHARLOTTE – The Carolina Panthers will play four AFC opponents during the 2014 preseason, with a primetime, nationally televised meeting against the Kansas City Chiefs at Bank of America Stadium headlining the four-game slate.

Watch nfl games online between the Panthers open the preseason with a home game versus the Buffalo Bills before facing the Chiefs on Sunday, Aug. 17 at 8 p.m. on FOX. Carolina then travels to New England to take on the Patriots in Week 3. The preseason concludes with a trip to Pittsburgh to play the Steelers – the 12th consecutive season the two teams have met in the preseason finale.

Preseason – Buffalo Bills at Carolina Panthers (Date TBD)
DATE TBD – Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte NC

The Buffalo Bills vs. Carolina Panthers added some pass rush depth on Friday with the announcement they signed defensive end Alex Hall, formerly of the CFL.

Hall began his professional career in the NFL football game Buffalo Bills vs. Carolina Panthers, a seventh round pick of the Cleveland Browns in 2008. He bounced between several teams with unremarkable results, leaving the league with 38 tackles and 3.0 sacks in three seasons.

Then the light bulb came on.

Playing in Canada was the perfect alternate route for the former DII defensive end and he quickly became one of the best pass rushers in the league. In 2013 he led the CFL in sacks for much of the year, before finally settling into second place with a total of 16.0. Hall was also instrumental in the Saskatchewan Roughriders’ Grey Cup victory last year.

Measured expectations are key here. Yes, Hall’s sack numbers were gaudy — but he’s very small for an NFL defensive end at 250 pounds, especially on a long 6’5 frame. What make’s Hall’s signing interesting isn’t his potential, but rather the litmus test for Dave Gettleman’s talent evaluation.