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Carolina Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart suffered an tear of his medial collateral ligament in Sunday night?s 31-13 loss to New Orleans and is expected to miss at least two…
The Carolina Panthers went seven games with Jonathan Stewart to start this season, and they'll be without him for a few more after the running back injured his MCL in Sunday night's 31-13 loss to New Orleans. Stewart suffered an...
Heading into their most important stretch of games in five years, the Panthers are as healthy as they?ve been all season.
Tight end D.J. Williams was released today after Michael Hoomanawanui returned to practice.Williams signed with the Pats last Tuesday and completed his first interview with the media just a couple hours before he was informed of his release. Williams played four offensive snaps and eight special teams snaps Sunday against the Texans.Hoomanawanui has missed two games with a knee injury. Today marked his first practice since he hurt the knee against the Panthers.
Bucs cornerback Darrelle Revis says his groin strain is 'way better,' and practiced in a limited capacity for the first time Friday but still is listed as questionable against the Carolina Panthers.
Wide receiver Aaron Dobson, tight end Michael Hoomanawanui and offensive lineman Marcus Cannon were all missing from the start of Patriots practice on Friday, according to reports. Hoomanwanui has been struggled with a knee injury he first sustained in a loss to the Panthers earlier this month, while Cannon went down with an ankle injury [...]
Wide receiver Aaron Dobson (foot), right tackle Marcus Cannon (ankle) and tight end Michael Hoomanawanui (knee) have all been ruled out for the this Sunday's game against the Houston Texans.Dobson didn't catch a pass last weekend against Denver and hasn't practiced all week. Cannon went down in the middle of the Bronco's game and he too hasn't practiced since. Hoomanawanui hasn’t practiced since suffering his injury against the Carolina Panthers.
Cornerback Alfonzo Dennard (knee) joined offensive tackle Marcus Cannon (ankle), wide receiver Aaron Dobson (foot) and tight end Michael Hoomawanui (knee) as the absent Patriots for Thursday's practice. Dennard, who reportedly underwent a recent procedure on his knee, missed the team's Week 11 game against the Panthers but returned to action for Week 12, though he was clearly limited by the injury. Hoomanawanui left the Panthers game with the knee injury and did not play last Sunday night against the Broncos, while both Dobson and Cannon were injured in Week 12.
Cornerback Alfonzo Dennard missed today's practice due to the knee injury that has plagued him for a few weeks.Dennard missed the Panthers game because of the ailment but surprisingly returned Sunday against the Broncos, as his presence for the game even surprised those around him. But Dennard reinjured the knee in the second quarter and missed the rest of the contest.The rest of today's injury report remained the same as yesterday.Here is the full report.Did not practice:RT Marcus Cannon (ankle)
All three of the Panthers' top running backs missed practice Wednesday, although Ron Rivera said the most concerning injuries remain the knee sprains that defensive end Charles Johnson and right guard Chris Scott are recovering from. Johnson, who leads the...
Tampa Bay cornerback Darrelle Revis missed practice Wednesday with a groin injury. Coach Greg Schiano wasn’t sure if Revis would be ready to play in Sunday’s game against the Carolina Panthers. “It’s not real bad,” Schiano said. “Will he play Sunday? I don’t know. We’ve got to figure that out.” Revis wasn’t the only Buc missing practice. Linebacker Adam Hayward (foot), guard Davin Joseph (knee) and guard Carl Nicks (foot) also missed practice. Joseph was a schedule day off, Schiano… Read More »
Carolina Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis dislocated his finger early in the first quarter on Sunday against the Miami Dolphins, and the injury was so bad that it broke the skin…
Miami Dolphins tailback Daniel Thomas tore a ligament in his left ankle during Sunday's 20-16 loss to the Carolina Panthers, and is likely done for the season.
Dimitri Patterson is doubtful to play against the Panthers (Allen Eyestone / Post photographer) Center Mike Pouncey is out of the hospital and back at the training facility, but he is not expected to play Sunday against the Panthers. Pouncey is listed as doubtful to play with reported gallbladder and kidney issues. He said earlier today that he feels ready to go but it would be up to doctors whether he is cleared. Without Pouncey, the Dolphins were able to defeat the Chargers. Nate Garner, who was already supposed to start for suspended left guard Richie Incognito, shifted to center. Sam...
Patriots right tackle Marcus Cannon was fined $15,750 for his leg whip on Panthers defensive end Charles Johnson. The play didn't draw a flag, but it was widely expected that Cannon would be fined for the incident, which caused Johnson to be carted into the locker room. Johnson has already been ruled out this week with a knee injury.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- No. 2 Patriots tight end Michael Hoomanawanui missed his third straight practice on Friday, making it a near certainty that he will be downgraded to out for Sunday night's game against the visiting Broncos. Hoomanawanui injured his left knee in the second quarter of Monday's 24-20 loss to the Panthers. The severity of the injury is not known, but it wouldn't be a surprise if it's a longer-term situation. Hoomanawanui has been a valuable performer for the Patriots this season, first filling in for Rob Gronkowski over the first six games of the season and more recently...
The Patriots practiced for the final time before their Sunday night matchup with the Denever Broncos and again, Michael Hoomanawanui was the only player missing.The tight end suffered a knee injury on Monday night against the Carolina Panthers and was the only member of the team to not practice this week. Ryan Mallett was missing from the beginning of practice, but the backup quarterback was tardy and seen running to the field later.
FOXBORO — It didn’t take long for Aqib Talib to provide a spark to the Patriots defense in Monday night’s 24-20 loss to the Carolina Panthers.After missing the previous three games with a hip injury, the team’s No. 1 cornerback deflected a third down pass intended for Steve Smith on the first series of the game. That type of play was expected, but the escalating fireworks between him and the All-Pro receiver were not.
FOXBORO — For the second straight day, tight end Michael Hoomanawanui was the only player missing from the start of Patriots practice, a session held on the upper fields behind Gillette Stadium in sweats and shells. (Hoomanawanui suffered a knee injury in the loss to the Panthers.) The Patriots continue their prep work for Sunday [...]
Tight end Michael Hoomanawanui was again the only player missing from practice today as he deals with a knee injury that ended his night against the Panthers.Safety Steve Gregory participated with a hard cast covering his right thumb, and Shane Vereen still had a brace on his left wrist.The Patriots were in shells for the workout, which was their latest start time of the regular season, likely due to the upcoming night game.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- The Patriots' injury-riddled secondary received a boost on Wednesday with the return of starting safety Steve Gregory to practice. Gregory, who broke his right thumb on Nov. 3 against the Steelers, missed Monday's loss to the Panthers. In addition, the top three cornerbacks on the depth chart -- Aqib Talib (hip), Alfonzo Dennard (knee) and Kyle Arrington (groin) -- were all present as they have all been hampered by injuries.
FOXBORO — A transformative offensive presence, Shane Vereen provided a spark for the Patriots offense when he returned to the field Monday night against the Panthers. The running back, who had been sidelined since Week 1 because of a wrist injury he suffered in a win over the Bills, had eight catches for 65 yards [...]
Patriots cornerback Alfonzo Dennard will be out a few weeks after having a small meniscus procedure performed on his knee, according to a report from Ian Rapoport at NFL Network. Dennard missed Monday’s loss to the Panthers after showing up on the injury report in the middle of last week. With cornerback Aqib Talib slowed [...]
CHARLOTTE -- A hip injury forced Patriots cornerback Aqib Talib out of the game late in his return after a three-game hiatus, leaving the standout defensive back on the sideline as Cam Newton led the Panthers to the decisive drive in a 24-20 win Monday night. But Talib drew attention early in the contest as he and Panthers receiver Steve Smith went back and forth in verbal spats that escalated to a confrontation that resulted in Talib being flagged for unnecessary roughness.
Cornerback Alfonzo Dennard's knee injury is going to keep him out a while longer.Dennard is not expected to play Sunday against the Broncos, and it might be even longer than that, according to a source. The timing of the injury is difficult, as the Broncos rank first in points, total yards, passing yards and passing touchdowns.Dennard's knee originally appeared on the injury report last week, and he missed Saturday's practice -- his first regular-season absence in 2013 -- and was immediately ruled out of the Panthers game.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The Patriots received a pregame boost on both sides of the ball Monday night, with cornerback Aqib Talib and running back Shane Vereen on the field against the Panthers after missing multiple weeks because of injury.
The Patriots announced Sunday night that Leon Washington has been downgraded to out for Monday’s game against the Panthers. The veteran running back/kick returner has been dogged by injuries for the better part of the 2013 season, and showed up on the injury report with an ankle issue that had him limited over the course [...]
By Paul Kenyon Brandon Bolden will be among the Patriots inactives for the Panthers game. So will Chris Barker, Jake Bequette and Steve Beauharnais. The team earlier had announced Leon Washington, Steve Gregory and Alfonzo Dennard would not play because of injuries. The moves mean Aqib Talib and Shane Vereen both will make their return. Vereen was on the field doing extra work with trainers two hours before the game.
Eric Allen discusses the injuries sustained by the Panthers' secondary, including the season-ending Achilles injury to free safety Charles Godfrey.