Panthers injury updates: DE Marquis Haynes out of sling, limited in practice

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Just four days ago, Carolina Panthers defensive end Marquis Haynes walked out at training camp in Spartanburg, S.C. with a sling draped over his right shoulder. Well, he must’ve left it there.

Back at home in Charlotte, the fourth-year pass rusher hit the scene sans sling while wearing a limited practice jersey. Haynes, almost straight off a standout performance in Indianapolis, sustained a shoulder injury last week and has been held out of action on more of a precautionary basis.

Safety Kenny Robinson, who left Saturday’s preseason loss to the Baltimore Ravens with a knee injury, was also amongst those not given the green light on Monday. He, fellow safety Sam Franklin, running back Rodney Smith and wide receivers Keith Kirkwoord and Trenton Cannon were all no-go’s. Additionally, defensive end Haason Reddick and Tommy Tremble were not present.

Star wideout DJ Moore did, however, return to a complete session. He was pulled from the joint workout last Thursday after falling on his right side, injuring his back. Moore dressed, but did not play on Saturday.