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Wide receiver/kick returner Armanti Edwards has been moved from probable to questionable with a groin injury, the team annonuced Saturday.
Edwards injured his groin in practice Wednesday and did not participate Thursday before getting limited reps Friday.
Edwards has three catches for 103 yards this season and took over kick returning duties last week after Kealoha Pilares was moved to the injured reserve. He has three returns for 55 yards.
Head coach Ron Rivera said should Edwards be unable to go Sunday, David Gettis, Louis Murphy or Joe Adams would return kicks. Source: Charlotte Observer Attached Thumbnails
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Cam Newton and the Panthers need to show that they have character as the season closes out.
After a rough Week 10, I'm sitting at 92-54-1. Who wants to keep track of a tie.
Let's see if I can turn this around this week.
Arizona at Atlanta - The Cards need to get some production from the QB position if they want any chance to make playoff this season.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith has returned to Sunday's game after injuring his hand in the second quarter and being taken to the locker room. Smith suffered the injury while trying to catch a pass in the end zone from Cam Newton. Smith came up with the catch but was called for offensive pass interference, nullifying the score. He left the game holding...
CHARLOTTE, NC -- What more can the Carolina Panthers endure?
Once again, a defense that was panned a year ago came up big for 54 minutes Sunday and allowed a struggling offense to do enough to notch a victory. But it didn't exactly work out that way in the 27-21 overtime loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Call them what you want -- snake bit, unlucky, just not good enough and...
Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith injured his left hand in the second quarter of Sunday's game against Tampa Bay and has been taken to the locker room for observation.
The team has not announced if he'll return to the game.
Smith injured his hand while trying to catch a pass in the end zone from Cam Newton. Smith came up with the catch but was called for offensive pass...
The Carolina Panthers suffered a heartbreaking loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday that was so crushing it reportedly moved one of team’s players to tears.
According to Joe Person of The Charlotte Observer, Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis cried while talking about the team’s loss. “Thomas Davis brought tears in describing the Panthers’ latest loss,” Person tweeted...
In the realm of the National Football League, you don't see many between-the-legs passes but earlier today, Tampa Bay quarterback pulled off that feat.
Watch as he throws this pass to Bucs running back D.J. Ware which goes through the legs of Frank Alexander:
(Courtesy of SB Nation)
Panthers wideout Steve Smith has gone to the locker room, possibly to receive X-rays on his injured left hand. Smith suffered the injury late in the first half.Fantasy Spin:Brandon LaFell and Greg Olsen should see more opportunities if Smith is unable to return for the second half.
The Carolina Panthers have declared LB Antwan Applewhite, OT Bruce Campbell, FS D.J. Campbell, WR David Gettis, LB Jason Williams, OL Jeremy Bridges, QB Jimmy Clausen inactive for Week 11. Source: KFFL.com Attached Thumbnails
The Panthers have deactivated guard Jeremy Bridges and wide receiver David Gettis for their game against the Buccaneers.
The Panthers signed Bridges after allowing seven sacks in last week's 36-14 loss to Denver. He spent most of the season on injured reserve with the Arizona Cardinals before reaching an injury settlement and had been expected to play a significant role against...
The Buccaneers took the first meeting against the Carolina Panthers this season by a score of 16-10 at Raymond James Stadium. Since then, the Panthers are ranked 10th in the NFL for most sacks with 25. Tampa Bay’s offensive line will be tested. Keep Josh Freeman from hitting the turf The Buccaneers are 11-3 when quarterback Josh Freeman has a passer rating of 100 or more. In...
The Tampa Bay Bucs took down the Carolina Panthers on Sunday in an amazing comeback win. The Panthers blew a fourth quarter lead for the fifth time in six games to help the Bucs stay in the playoff mix.The Panthers had several chances to put the game away but when it came down to it, Tampa had the players that stepped up and Carolina didn’t.Hero of the game: Josh FreemanFor the...
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-4) at Carolina Panthers (2-7)
The Buccaneers have really turned it around lately and are now road favorites in Carolina, pretty crazy considering they were road dogs in Oakland a couple weeks ago, 6 point dogs in Minnesota the week before that, home dogs for the Saints the week before that, and then just 4 point home favorites against the Chiefs the week before...