Panthers place another OL on injured reserve, activate DT from COVID-19 list

Tim Weaver
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The Carolina Panthers offensive line has been snake-bitten all season. A few days ago, the team placed second-year offensive tackle Greg Little on injured reserve, ending his 2020 campaign. Today, the same thing happened to his fellow 2019 pick, sixth-rounder Dennis Daley.

The Panthers just announced Daley is going on injured reserve due to the concussion he suffered in the team’s Week 11 win over the Lions. Daley only played in five games this season and was on the field for 15% of the team’s offensive snaps.

On a positive note, the team has activated defensvie tackle Zach Kerr from the reserve/COVID-19 list, where he’s been for several weeks. Kerr has performed well in 11 games this year, posting two sacks and nine quarterback hits to go with 27 combined tackles.

The Panthers also activated wide receiver Ishmael Hyman from the practice squad’s reserve/COVID-19 list. However, he is now on the practice squad’s injured reserve list.

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