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For example, I went to the site after launch and logged in. It did not state any problem though. So it should be fine now. Sorry for the inconvinience. The game should also now be on the Android Market. Adam Schefter breaks down why there is buzz the Panthers will make a serious run at quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo this offseason. (1:48) Panthers interested in Jimmy Garoppolo? (1:48) Cam Newton, Kelvin Benjamin, Carolina Panthers (AP photo) The Carolina Panthers are interested in trading for New England Patriots quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo, a league source told ESPN's Adam Schefter. The Panthers are looking for a quarterback to back up Newton. But if they can't acquire Garoppolo -- and the possibility appears slim -- they'll turn their attention to Denver Broncos quarterback Brock Osweiler. The Panthers need to replenish their receiving corps, and Osweiler would fit their needs because he can play either the tight end or the receiver position. He has two years left on his deal, which will pay him $7.5 million in 2016 and $10.5 million in 2017. The Broncos will be looking for a long-term deal for Osweiler. Panthers quarterback Cam Newton's success in 2015 has raised the team's goals for 2016 and beyond. AP Photo/Mike McCarn The Panthers have a quarterback on their roster in Newton, who is set to make $20.9 million in 2016, $21.1 million in 2017 and $22.1 million in 2018. Carolina acquired Newton in 2012 as a No. 1 overall draft pick, and he hasn't missed a game since, playing in all 16 games in each of his five seasons. Newton's 9,070 passing yards are the most in the NFL. He has established himself as one of the league's best quarterbacks, and for the Panthers to succeed they need to add a quality complement to Newton. "I don't know what the plan is," Newton told reporters at the NFL owners meetings in Orlando last week. "I know that we're going to be good again. I don't know who is going to be our starting quarterback. You just have to wait. We'll see what the future brings." Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman acknowledged the need to upgrade the receiving corps before the team's first playoff game since 2011.