Rookie wideout Curtis Samuel suffered a season-ending ankle injury in Monday's 45-21 victory against Miami, the team announced. Samuel was on crutches in the locker room, with his left leg heavily wrapped. Samuel, a product of Ohio State, played running back for the Buckeyes before shifting to wide receiver in the NFL.
Head coach Ron Rivera said things weren't very optimistic about Samuel's ankle before an MRI Tuesday afternoon.
Samuel caught a season-high five passes prior to being injured.
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Carolina now has four healthy wide receivers on its 53-man roster: Brenton Bersin, Kaelin Clay, Devin Funchess and Russell Shepard. The offensive coordinator said it's going to take a collective effort.
The good news for Carolina is Pro Bowl tight end Greg Olsen (broken foot) is set to come off injured reserve after this week's bye. The injury occurred in Monday night's win over Miami.
The Panthers are in the hunt for a playoff berth but the offense it began with to start the season looks a whole lot different from what it's comprised of the rest of the season. Is there anybody as fast as him? ". We're going to try hard to find ways to put guys in what they do best and then have them go do it". "Guys coming in and doing their jobs and knowing their assignments".