Panthers G Brady Christensen sustained broken ankle in Week 18

The Carolina Panthers ended their wild 2022 campaign on a good note yesterday—topping the division rival New Orleans Saints in a grind-it-out, 10-7 win. Unfortunately, however, it wasn’t all peachy.

Starting left guard Brady Christensen made an early exit from the contest on Sunday. The second-year lineman had to be helped off the field during the second offensive drive of the game after sustaining what appeared to be a lower leg injury.

Christensen then showed up at his locker on Monday sporting a huge cast on his foot—one that is helping nurse what we now know to be a broken left ankle.

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The 26-year-old told ESPN’s David Newton that he’ll know more about the injury later today, when he receives MRI tests. He also isn’t sure of how long his recovery will be.

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Fellow hog molly and starting right guard Austin Corbett sustained came out banged up as well. And similarly to Christensen, Corbett’s knee injury may require quite a bit of recovery this offseason.

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