New coach and new QBs. The past playcallers are officially gone now with Darnold off to San Fran.
For now at least new Coach Frank Reich and owner David Tepper hold onto the #1 pick, and it looks like they'll be going for a QB. It's not too often that the new guy starts though, even the first rounders, so the Panthers have brought in Andy Dalton on a two year deal.
Two years seems smart, knowing that if he's not on the bench to start the season, sooner or later he will be.

The Carolina Panthers and free agent quarterback Andy Dalton are expected to reach an agreement on a two-year, $10 million deal that includes $8 million fully guaranteed, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

The maximum value of the contract is $17 million, the source said.

Dalton will give Carolina the veteran it has been seeking to help bring along the quarterback it selects with the No. 1 overall pick in the upcoming NFL draft. The Panthers are focused on Ohio State's C.J. Stroud and Alabama's Bryce Young with the first pick, according to sources, although they will continue to evaluate Florida's Anthony Richardson and Kentucky's Will Levis.