CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The Carolina Panthers shut down their facility Monday and Tuesday after asserting “extra” gamers have been positioned on the reserve/COVID-19 listing coming off the crew’s bye week.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported on Sunday the Panthers (4-8) had two constructive assessments, in response to sources.
A crew spokesperson stated names of the gamers added to the listing will not be introduced till later within the day, when transactions are submitted to the league.
Defensive finish Yetur Gross-Matos and defensive sort out Bruce Hector (follow squad) have been positioned on the listing final week. They have been the primary gamers added to the listing since cornerback Rasul Douglas on Oct. 23.
Gamers have been examined each day in the course of the bye. They may meet remotely at the moment and Tuesday, and a choice on the best way to proceed the remainder of the week in preparation for Carolina’s Week 14 sport in opposition to the Denver Broncos will come later.