Panthers Injury Report on Thursday

The Carolina Panthers got back four starters on the practice field Thursday ahead of their showdown with the Green Bay Packers. Find out who was back and who was still out today.

Carolina Panthers Injury Report

Name Position Injury Status
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 Full Practice
Dwan Edwards DT Non-Injury Full Practice
Roman Harper S Non-Injury Full Practice
Charles Johnson DE Non-Injury Did Not Practice
Josh Norman CB Concussion Limited Practice
Greg Olsen TE Ankle Full Practice
Darrin Reaves RB Calf Did Not Practice
Amini Silatolu G Calf Did Not Practice
Jonathan Stewart RB Knee Full Practice
Fozzy Whittaker RB Thigh Did Not Practice
DeAngelo Williams RB Ankle Did Not Practice

*Injury Status courtesy of



  • The Panthers got four players back in practice on Thursday who sat out Wednesday. Thomas Davis, Dwan Edwards, Roman Harper and Greg Olsen all went through the full practice on Thursday which is a great sign, especially for Olsen. The Panthers tight end has been battling ankle injuries for a few weeks now that will hopefully not hinder him against Green Bay.


  • The story of the whole season has been the lack of health at the running back position and the team's two running backs from Sunday (Darrin Reaves and Fozzy Whittaker) sat out for the second consecutive day. The good news is that the Panthers may not need either of them as Jonathan Stewart went through his second consecutive full practice. A healthy Stewart would be a major boost for this offense.


  • Two Panthers have been dealing with concussion this week and it looks like cornerback Josh Norman is the likely of the two to play against Green Bay. Rookie wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin was a bit of surprise to see on the injury list with a concussion and for the second consecutive day sat out practice. Norman on the other hand was able to be a limited participant for the second straight day but both will need to pass all concussion tests before they will be cleared to play Sunday.

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