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Tight end Jeremy Shockey could be the latest Carolina Panther to miss a game with a concussion.
Shockey was held out of practice Wednesday and coach Ron Rivera says he will be reevaluated Thursday. Since Week 2, the Panthers have had one starter each week out with a concussion.
Offensive lineman Jeff Otah missed Carolina's second game, safety Charles Godfrey missed Week 3 and Sunday it was cornerback Chris Gamble.
Rivera says the team is ''just going through the concussion protocol'' with Shockey, who took a shot to the head on a field goal attempt in Sunday's loss to Chicago. The coach says ''we won't know more until Thursday morning'' on Shockey's status for Sunday's game against New Orleans.
Otah and Geoff Hangartner also missed Wednesday's practice with back injuries.
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Carolina Panthers tight end Jeremy Shockey missed practice on Wednesday with a concussion, thus putting his availability for Sunday's game against his former team - the New Orleans Saints - in jeopardy.
"We’re just going through the concussion protocol,” Carolina coach Ron Rivera said of Shockey, who was hit in the head on a field goal attempt during last weekend'...
Carolina Panthers tight end Jeremy Shockey said he expects to play in Sunday's game against the New Orleans Saints despite a mild concussion.
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CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- Jeremy Shockey doesn't plan to let a mild concussion keep him out of Sunday's game against New Orleans. Especially since he hasn't completely gotten over the Saints releasing him.
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Carolina Panthers tight end Jeremy Shockey returned to practice on Thursday.
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