7:14 AM EDT, Sat October 25, 2014
Chicago Sun-Times

Injured Jermon Bushrod could miss game vs. Panthers

As center Roberto Garza and left guard Matt Slauson make their way back to the field, left tackle Jermon Bushrod, who suffered knee and ankle injuries this week at practice, could be out. “He went to the ground [Wednesday] and came up with the situation that he’s in,” coach Marc Trestman said Thursday. “But it was just accidental. It wasn’t anything that happened other than he went to the ground.” The severity of Bushrod’s injury is unknown, but...

Chicago Bears Blog | ESPN Chicago

Jermon Bushrod's availability for Panthers in jeopardy

LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- The Chicago Bears shuffled in multiple players along the offensive line at practice Thursday in an attempt to find the best combination up front as the club braces for the possibility left tackle Jermon Bushrod could miss Sunday's game against the Carolina Panthers. Limited with a knee injury during Wednesday's workout at Halas Hall, Bushrod was unable to participate Thursday in the team's practice. According to Bears coach Marc Trestman, Bushrod suffered the injury, "accidentally at practice" on Wednesday.

Charlotte Observer

Carolina Panthers injury updates: Jonathan Stewart doubtful

A day after going through a full-pads practice, Carolina Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart was back on the sideline Thursday and appears to be doubtful for Sunday?s game.

philly.com

Eagles center Kelce targets Nov. 10 game for his return

Eagles center Jason Kelce is progressing in his recovery from sports hernia surgery and hopes to return for the Monday night game against the Carolina Panthers on Nov. 10.

Charlotte Observer

Injuries, opportunity make RB Darrin Reaves a Carolina Panthers’ starter

The Carolina Panthers have nearly a week before they play the Chicago Bears in Week 5, but heading into Tuesday?s off day, their starting running back is Darrin Reaves.

Charlotte Observer

Carolina Panthers coach Ron Rivera: ‘It’s no time to panic’

In what has become a weekly tradition at Bank of America Stadium, Carolina Panthers coach Ron Rivera began his Monday news conference addressing the latest injury to a running back.

Inside the Panthers | Charlotte Observer

DeAngelo Williams doubtful; Panthers looking at RBs

In what has become a weekly tradition at Bank of America Stadium, Panthers coach Ron Rivera began his Monday press conference addressing the latest injury to a running back. Rivera said DeAngelo Williams will begin the week as doubtful after...

The Herald

Carolina Panthers’ running game in shambles after injury to DeAngelo Williams

The Carolina Panthers began Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens thin at running back, and ended it with two undrafted rookies playing the position.

Baltimore Sun

Chris Canty active, Lardarius Webb scratched vs. Panthers

Eugene Monroe, Timmy Jernigan sidelined for RavensRavens defensive end Chris Canty is active for Sunday's game against the Carolina Panthers despite a knee injury that sidelined him for an entire week of practice.

Inside the Panthers | Charlotte Observer

Davis, Stewart inactive for Panthers vs. Ravens

Veteran linebacker Thomas Davis and running back Jonathan Stewart are inactive for Carolina in Sunday's contest against the Ravens. Davis has battled a hip injury since last week. He also injured his hamstring in the fourth quarter of last week's...

Baltimore Sun

Ravens dealing with several injuries, communication breakdowns in secondary

As the Ravens prepare for Sunday's game against the Carolina Panthers at M&T Bank Stadium, the secondary is dealing with injuries and with little time to fix their lack of communication.

Express-Times

Jason Kelce hopes to be back in Week 10 when Eagles take on Panthers, but could be sooner

If he can accomplish that goal, that means the Eagles would likely get both Kelce and guard Evan Mathis, who is on short-term injured reserve with a knee injury, back the same week.

Charlotte Observer

Carolina Panthers LB Thomas Davis returns to practice, but Sunday status unclear

Veteran Carolina Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis participated in a limited capacity Thursday after missing practice Wednesday with hip and hamstring injuries. His status for Sunday?s game at Baltimore is unclear.