With Fan Fest behind them, it's time for Panthers to get down to business

- The Carolina Panthers wrapped up day two of training camp. With fan fest behind them, it's time to really get down to business.

The coming practices will be more intense as Carolina works toward the first preseason game against Buffalo in a couple of weeks.

Practice moved from Gibbs Stadium at Wofford College to the practice fields for the remainder of camp.

Quaterback Cam Newton was seen working with the receivers as Luke Kuechly captained the defense. Speaking of captains, Center Ryan Kalil, announced in the off season that this would be his final season. At 33-years-old, Kalil has battled injuries the past several years. Despite the set backs, his impact on the field is just as important as any other Panther on the offense.

"Honestly it's just been business as usual. It's getting back to work. I think I've done a good job during my career of enjoying each and every season and treating each season like it's my last," Kalil said during day two of camp. "I don't plan on treating this season any different from those I have in years past."

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