Carolina Panthers President Danny Morrison said that the team plans to begin renovating their stadium after the 2013 season and that the project would likely take two years to complete. The plan will cost about $297 million.
Morrison said that the team's goal is to better the experience of all 74k thousand fans.
"He gave us directions that the majority of plans need to be for 74,000 fans, not just premium seating," Morrison said. "That list we've came up with affects all 74,000 fans. We also wanted to retain our classic designed stadium in a park but also bring it to the forefront with modern technology."
The Panthers are the second team to announce that they will renovate their stadium this offseason. The Raiders were the first.