Panthers place WR Terrace Marshall Jr., OT Cameron Erving on IR

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The buzz started for Terrace Marshall Jr. almost as soon as the Carolina Panthers selected him in the second round of the 2022 NFL draft. Unfortunately, he hardly got started himself once his season began.

On Wednesday, the team announced the placement of Marshall Jr. (foot) on the injured reserve, effectively keeping him out of the Week 18 finale against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and putting a cap on his rookie campaign. The year’s 59th overall pick, who was expected to play a decent role for the Carolina offense following an eye-opening preseason, amassed just 17 receptions for 138 and zero touchdowns.

Joining him was offensive tackle Cameron Erving (calf), who didn’t quite have the 2021 he was probably hoping for either. The seventh-year veteran started in just nine games at left tackle after signing a two-year, $10 million contract this past offseason.

In some good news, however, the team was able to activate defensive end Haason Reddick, tight end Tommy Tremble, quarterback P.J. Walker and running back Reggie Bonnafon off the reserve/COVID-19 list. Plus, an additional pair of roster moves saw the team sign defensive end Jacob Tuioti-Mariner off the Pittsburgh Steelers’ practice squad and add cornerback Jalen Julius back to theirs.

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