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Interesting concept. I like the black helmet and would love to see the panthers rock it one day. I think the full bodied panther could work though. All you really did was remove the body, which helps represent where they are from (bottom of the body is the North & South Carolina border). I'm not really a fan of the jerseys. They seem very boiler plate and bland. It's almost as if they were like, 'Let's put the most generic striping pattern on our jerseys and pants, and call it a day.' I think you're heading in the right direction, but I would maybe use some of their current uniform elements or even use some college elements. They're one of the newest teams in the NFL, they don't need to look like they have a long storied history. I'll stop with my rambling. Make it more panther like. Stalking from the shadows. Perhaps the primary panthers logo creeping out of the shadows could work. Do what Jacksonville couldn't do... Make a cat team look good.

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Please consider using a different font of the numbers. Go for a slender, slanted, sans-serif font. Maybe something similar to the font used for the Panthers' wordmark. Try for any font more modern and more aggressive.

The helmet stripe and shoulder stripes are too traditional looking and don't really match with the Panthers' identity. I'd either go to the Panthers' current helmet stripes or eliminate them completely. I'd also put the Panther head back on the shoulders.

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Please consider using a different font of the numbers. Go for a slender, slanted, sans-serif font. Maybe something similar to the font used for the Panthers' wordmark. Try for any font more modern and more aggressive.

Along with that, I was thinking he could use a font similar to the Anaheim Ducks' Wild Wing font. Just more recognizable.

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