All three of his Pro Bowls came with the Panthers (2014-16), as he combined for 3,185 receiving yards during that span, leading the way as the 2015 Panthers went 15-1.
His impact off the field was equally impressive. Olsen turned the unfortunate diagnosis of his son’s congenital heart condition into a chance to share his good fortune, using his foundation to establish the HEARTest Yard Fund along with Atrium Health, to help other families of infants with similar diagnoses.
One of the steadiest and most reliable players in franchise history, Olsen finished his 14-year career with 742 receptions for 8,683 yards and 60 touchdowns.
But stats can’t describe the impact he made on a young locker room, and a community.