CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith said his left knee feels “fine” and hopes to be ready to play Sunday against San Francisco in the NFC divisional playoffs.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith said Thursday his injured left knee isn’t coming along quite as well as he’d hoped. Smith practiced for the second straight day on a limited basis, saying, “It didn’t feel as great as I thought it’d feel.”
Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith says he’ll play Sunday against the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC divisional playoffs.
What he can’t predict is how his sprained left knee will feel during the game.
Police in Wadesboro say a 13-month-old girl has died of injuries she received in a head-on collision on Christmas Day.
Panthers coach Ron Rivera says wide receiver Steve Smith is “highly doubtful” for Sunday’s game against the Atlanta Falcons with a knee sprain.
Charlotte guard Michael Kidd-Gilchrist fractured his left hand in a loss to Dallas and coach Steve Clifford isn’t sure when the second-year player will be back.
Coach Ron Rivera says the Panthers will be without three starters for Sunday’s game against the Miami Dolphins, including defensive end Charles Johnson.
Panthers coach Ron Rivera says an MRI on defensive end Charles Johnson’s right knee revealed no torn ligaments. Johnson has a sprained knee.
A Greenville man has been charged in the death of an 11-week-old infant earlier this week.
John Madden gave Panthers coach Ron Rivera some advice this offseason: You need to reduce the wear and tear on Cam Newton’s body.