Found November 26, 2011 on
Inside The Panthers:
Another Panthers linebacker is missing another game due to injury.
Let's hope the team's linebackers didn't all eat the fish on the charter flight ("Airplane" reference, kids, Google it).
Weakside linebacker Omar Gaither, who reinjured his knee last week at Detroit, did not make the trip to Indy today and will miss Sunday's game against the Colts. Jordan Senn will start for Gaither.
Backup LB Jason Phillips (calf) also stayed in Charlotte. Phillips has not played since the bye week.
No. 2 WR Legedu Naanee (Achilles tendinitis) is here, but remains questionable.
TE Jeremy Shockey (ribs) was added to the injury report as probable. Shockey, who missed the Detroit game, was full participation at practice all week and is expected to play.
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(By Joseph Person, firstname.lastname@example.org) Carolina Panthers fans who have been clamoring for receiver Brandon LaFell to get more passes thrown to him might get their wish.With No. 2 receiver Legedu Naanee questionable for Sunday's game at Indianapolis with Achilles tendinitis, LaFell could have an expanded role, Panthers coach Ron Rivera said Friday.
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Carolina finally found a venue where it could win on the road - Indianapolis.
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Carolina Panthers tight end Jeremy Shockey is listed as probable for Sunday's game in Indianapolis.
Carolina's Jeremy Shockey is listed as probable for Sunday's game in Indianapolis.
Ron Rivera has talked from time to time about limiting the number of carries for Cam Newton.
But Rivera ultimately admitted that can be tough to do.