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Panthers coach Ron Rivera says the team has placed nine-year veteran cornerback Chris Gamble on injured reserve with a torn right labrum in his right shoulder.
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The Carolina Panthers announced today that they’ve placed cornerback Chris Gamble on injured reserve. He’ll be undergoing season ending shoulder surgery.Gamble is the Panthers’ best corner and there’s no doubt he’ll be missed.
Carolina Panthers cornerback Chris Gamble missed last weekend’s contest against the Dallas Cowboys due to a shoulder problem. Coach
Ron Rivera announced that the injury is severe enough that the Panthers have
decided to place Gamble on injured reserve, reports Ron Green Jr. of the
“We’re going to have to go
forward without him. He’s going to have...
The Carolina Panthers announced Monday that cornerback Chris Gamble will be placed on injured reserve. Gamble, who has recently dealt with a shoulder injury, aggravated it in practice last week before Sunday's loss to the Dallas Cowboys. Captain Munnerlyn is expected to start after losing his job to fifth-round draft pick Josh Norman in before the season.
Panthers coach Ron Rivera says the midseason firing of general manager Marty Hurney sends a clear message to him and others in the organization that nobody's job is safe.
Rivera says Carolina's final 10 games are ''an evaluation process'' and he hasn't ruled out firing assistant coaches or cutting players for underperforming.
He says ''in a situation...
The Carolina Panthers have placed cornerback Chris Gamble on injured reserve with a shoulder injury, coach Ron Rivera announced Monday.
Gamble started four games for the Panthers this season before being injured.
The loss of Gamble is sure to affect the league's 19th-ranked pass defense. Gamble has played in 123 games for the Panthers, amassing 80 passes defensed and 508...
Ron Rivera had an eye-opening news conference Monday afternoon in the wake of the firing of Panther general manager Marty Hurney in which he sounded like he was strongly considering the possibility of firing at least one assistant coach.
Asked directly about that possibility, Rivera said: This is a process that were going to go through as far as an evaluation and well see...
Panthers inactives: QB Jimmy Clausen , WR Joe Adams, CB Chris Gamble (shoulder), S D.J. Campbell, LB Jon Beason (knee), C Thomas Austin, DE Frank Kearse. Source: CBS Sports Attached Thumbnails
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Panthers coach Ron Rivera says three-time Pro Bowl linebacker Jon Beason has been placed on injured reserve with knee and shoulder issues. Beason will have surgery next week on his left knee. The Panthers have claimed cornerback James Dockery off waivers from Cleveland to replace Beason on the roster. Dockery joined the Panthers at practice. These are...
Panthers coach Ron Rivera says three-time Pro Bowl linebacker Jon Beason has been placed on injured reserve with knee and shoulder issues.
Beason will have surgery next week on his left knee.
The Panthers have claimed cornerback James Dockery off waivers from Cleveland to replace Beason on the roster. Dockery joined the Panthers at practice.
These are tough times for the Panthers...
The Panthers can't seem to dodge the injury bug. Head coach Ron Rivera delivered the bad news on Wednesday.
Inside linebacker Jon Beason was placed on the injured reserve with an ailing left knee, which he will have surgery on next week, marking the third Panthers star to be added to the dreaded list in as many weeks. Cornerback Chris Gamble and center Ryan Kalil have been sidelined...
The Carolina Panthers fired GM Marty Hurney today, after the team has gotten off to a disappointing 1-5 start through the first six games of the 2012 NFL season. The Panthers lost another home game to the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, sparking the first of what could be many moves in The Queen City over the next few months.
“This was an extremely difficult decision,” Panthers’...
Problems on the field have led to a shakeup in the front office of the Carolina Panthers, who are looking for some way to turn their dismal season around.
Doing so Sunday may prove difficult as the Panthers try to avoid a fifth straight loss in a matchup with the NFC North-leading Chicago Bears, winners of four in a row.
Less than 24 hours after Sunday's 19-14 home defeat to...