September 20, 2012
RB Stewart, LB Davis out for Panthers vs. Giants
Running back Jonathan Stewart and linebacker Thomas Davis are listed as out for the Carolina Panthers' game Thursday night vs. the New York Giants.
Stewart has sat out practice all week with what was called an ankle injury. Head coach Ron Rivera clarified Wednesday, saying Stewart had a sore toe.
“It's one those things where if we're playing on Sunday, he's got a much, much better chance than he does if we're playing on Thursday,” Rivera said Wednesday. “He came out and it was still a little stiff, a little bit sore. They're going to continue to work it out and see how he is.”
Davis suffered a hamstring injury this week and has had limited participation in practice this week. Coming off his third reconstructive knee surgery as well as a strained calf in the offseason, Davis has been used situationally in games and occasionally on special teams.
Also out for the Panthers on Thursday is right tackle Byron Bell. He sprained his ankle late in the Saints' win on Sunday. Garry Williams took the majority of first-team reps Wednesday and is expected to start in place of Bell. S/ST Colin Jones and G Mike Pollak are also out with shoulder injuries.
Inactive but not injured are QB Jimmy Clausen and DT Sione Fua.
Posted by Observer Sports on September 20, 2012 at 07:00 PM | Permalink
This stinks...getting tired of hearing Stewart is sore...these guys should have toughed it out...will cut Davis some slack....they should get their pay docked for failing to perform
Posted by: Bull123 | Sep 20, 2012 8:14:17 PM
yeah close to being a wash with their inactives and ours...so no excuses.
too bad we could have had an advantage.
Posted by: 10-4!! | Sep 20, 2012 8:33:26 PM
Please tell coach Rivera not to let the team
Wear the blue uniforms. They are bad luck!
Posted by: Lhelms | Sep 20, 2012 9:52:33 PM
Marty Hurney is a no-talent ass clown.
Posted by: Blake Abbott | Sep 23, 2012 3:23:35 PM
Marty Hurney is worse at being a GM than Joe and Ron are at being journalists. And that's bad.
Posted by: Tom Sorenson | Sep 23, 2012 3:27:19 PM
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