|Ed Dickson||TE||Quad||Full Participant|
|Dwan Edwards||DT||Ankle||Limted Participant|
|Ryan Kalil||C||Ankle||Limited Participant|
|Luke Kuechly||LB||Ankle||Limited Participant|
|Andrew Norwell||G||Hamstring||Did Not Practice|
|Jonathan Stewart||RB||Ankle||Limited Participant|
*Injury statuses courtesy of Panthers.com
- The Carolina Panthers only had one player sit out of practice on Thursday and that was left guard Andrew Norwell. He has been battling a hamstring injury for about a week and half now and at this point it would be surprising to see him on the field against the Titans. The Panthers will most likely turn to Amini Silatolu to be the team's starting guard in Week 10.
- Fans may have been surprised to see Jonathan Stewart on the injury report this week with an ankle injury after playing the entire game against the Packers. Head coach Ron Rivera addressed this in his press conference today and said Stewart was fine and that he had a little nagging injury. The team is trying to keep Stewart healthy as he is on pace for career numbers in carries.
- The team also got linebacker Luke Kuechly back on Thursday after he sat out yesterday with an ankle injury of his own. He suffered the injury in the fourth quarter against the Packers and the fact that he was back on Thursday is certainly a good sign of his availability Sunday.
- Defensive tackle Dwan Edwards was also able to practice for the second consecutive day, even though it was in a limited fashion. This was the first time since he suffered the ankle injury against the Seattle Seahawks that he was able to practice on consecutive days. This bodes well for Edward's availability this week but the team could wait and give him another week of rest to make sure the ankle is fully healed.