Injuries in sports suck, but they really suck when it comes to practice weeks before the season even begins.
On Monday, Carolina Panthers wide receiver Terrace Marshall had to make his exit from training camp via art after an injury.
Multiple reporters at practice shared that Marshall took a cart ride away from the field with a member of the team’s training staff. It has not been reported on what injury he could’ve suffered.
Marshall’s condition will be monitored after he made an early exit from Monday’s practice. Mike Kaye of The Charlotte Observer reports that the departure didn’t seem ‘super dramatic.’
Marshall operated as Carolina’s No. 4 wideout during the team’s preseason opener against the Jets. He had 12 offensive snaps against the Jets in Saturday’s preseason opener. He did not catch any passes.
The 2021 second-round pick in Carolina played in 27 games over his first two seasons. He has 45 catches for 628 yards and a touchdown in those appearances.
The Carolina Panthers are coming off a bad 2022 season that saw them trade for the No. 1 overall draft pick and pick up quarterback Bryce Young to be the future.
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