NFL: Report: Panthers, player personnel VP Adrian Wilson split


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The Carolina Panthers and Adrian Wilson, the vice president of player personnel, have parted ways after just one season, Pro Football Talk reported Sunday.

“Adrian Wilson will not continue in his position as Vice President of Player Personnel for the Carolina Panthers,” the team confirmed to the outlet. “Consistent with our organizational policy on employee matters, we will have no further comment.”

The Panthers hired Wilson, a North Carolina native, in February 2023.

He went to the organization from the front office of the Arizona Cardinals, where he spent eight seasons. He rose to VP of pro personnel in 2021-22 and was named co-interim general manager late in the 2022 season.

Wilson, 44, played 12 seasons with the Cardinals (2001-12) and the safety was a first-team All-Pro in 2009. The five-time Pro Bowl selection is a member of the team’s Ring of Honor.

–Field Level Media


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