|Kelvin Benjamin||WR||Concussion||Did Not Practice|
|Bene Benwikere||CB||Ankle||Did Not Practice|
|Chase Blackburn||LB||Knee||Did Not Practice|
|Thomas Davis||LB||Non-Injury||Did Not Practice|
|Dwan Edwards||DT||Non-Injury||Did Not Practice|
|Roman Harper||S||Non-Injury||Did Not Practice|
|Josh Norman||CB||Concussion||Limited Participant|
|Greg Olsen||TE||Ankle||Did Not Practice|
|Darrin Reaves||RB||Calf||Limited Participant|
|Amini Silatolu||G||Calf||Did Not Practice|
|Jonathan Stewart||RB||Knee||Full Participant|
|Fozzy Whittaker||RB||Thigh||Did Not Practice|
|DeAngelo Williams||RB||Ankle||Did Not Practice|
*Injury Statuses courtesy of Panthers.com
- The biggest surprise from today's practice was Kelvin Benjamin sitting out with a concussion. Against the Bengals, the rookie wide receiver took some huge hits over the course of the game but he did play the entire game. The Panthers look like they will be in a shootout against the Packers on Sunday and are going to need their biggest weapon on the outside. This is one injury worth monitoring throughout the week.
- One positives from today's practice was Jonathan Stewart going through a full practice, which is the first time since Week 3. One way to beat the Packers is to keep their best player (Aaron Rodgers) off the field and the best way to do that is by controlling the clock. A strong run game will be a huge boost for the Carolina Panthers.
- Cornerback Josh Norman was able to get back on the practice field for the first time since his concussion in Week 5. It was on a limited basis but it was still positive to see him get some work in. Andy Dalton threw on the Panthers almost at will and they will need Norman back to have a chance against Rodgers.