Panthers name Norv Turner offensive coordinator, now have four Turners on staff

After a week of reports suggesting the hiring was impending, the Carolina Panthers made it official on Friday when they announced that they've hired Norv Turner to be their new offensive coordinator. The 65-year-old coach, who landed his first offensive coordinator position way back in 1991 and has been a head coach at multiple points in his career, replaces Mike Shula. (CBS Sports)

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