Panthers Week 10 injury report: DE Brian Burns questionable vs. Cardinals

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The Carolina Panthers may or may not have Superman in uniform on Sunday. Funnily enough, the same can also be said about Spiderman.

Spidey-sensed defensive end Brian Burns has officially been listed as questionable for the Week 10 matchup with the Arizona Cardinals. His full participation on Friday, however, is a solid sign that the Panthers will have their stud pass rusher on deck for the potent Kyler Murray-led offense.

Burns, in what’s become a highly-publicized incident, had his foot grabbed and twisted by New England Patriots rookie quarterback Mac Jones this past week. The third-year defender would exit the 24-6 loss later on in the contest with a sprained ankle.

Here’s the final injury report heading into the weekend:

Injury

Wed.

Thurs.

Fri.

Game status

DE Brian Burns

Foot

DNP

Limited

Full

Questionable

QB Sam Darnold

Right shoulder

DNP

DNP

LB Frankie Luvu

Knee

DNP

Limited

Limited

Questionable

CB Stantley Thomas-Oliver III

Toe

DNP

DNP

DNP

Out

CB Rashaan Melvin

Hand

Limited

Limited

Limited

Out

CB C.J. Henderson

Shoulder

Full

Full

Full

LB Shaq Thompson

Knee

Full

Full

Full

LB Jermaine Carter Jr.

Groin

Full

Full

Full

CB Stephon Gilmore

Quad

Limited

Limited

DE Marquis Haynes Sr.

Foot

Full

Full

Carolina will, for sure, be without a pair of corners in Thomas-Oliver III and Melvin. According to head coach Matt Rhule, Henderson will be in play to help fortify the injured secondary.

Given their lack of game statuses—Thompson, Carter Jr. and Gilmore should also all be good to go for the unit.

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