The 1998 Carolina Panthers season was the fourth season for the team in the National Football League. They tried to improve upon their 7-9 record in 1997, and make it to the playoffs for the second time in franchise history.
As it would turn out, however, the Panthers fell to 4-12 in 1998, 4th in the NFC West. Dom Capers, who had been the Panthers head coach since their inception in 1995, was fired at the end of the season, and replaced by George Seifert.
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|1998 Carolina Panthers season|
|Head Coach||Dom Capers|
|Home Field||Ericsson Stadium|
|Place||4th NFC West|
|Playoff Finish||did not qualify|
|Previous season||Next season|
1998 NFL DraftEdit
|1||14||Jason Peter||Defensive Tackle||Nebraska|
|3||62||Chuck Wiley||Defensive End||LSU|
|3||73||Mitch Marrow||Defensive End||Pennsylvania|
|4||106||Donald Hayes||Wide Receiver||Wisconsin|
|6||165||Damien Richardson||Defensive Back||Arizona State|
|7||196||Viliami Maumau||Defensive Tackle||Colorado|
|7||228||Jim Turner||Wide Receiver||Syracuse|
|1998 Carolina Panthers staff|
| Front Office
Special Teams Coaches
Strength and Conditioning
|1998 Carolina Panthers roster|
| Offensive Linemen
Rookies in italics
|San Francisco 49ers||12||4||0||.750||479||328|
|New Orleans Saints||6||10||0||.375||305||359|
|St. Louis Rams||4||12||0||.250||285||378|
- ↑ "Assistant Coaches". CarolinaPanthers.com. http://www.panthers.com/team/history/assistant-coaches.html. Retrieved February 11, 2010.