CHARLOTTE, N.C. The Carolina Panthers have misplaced punter Michael Palardy for the season due to a knee damage. The crew positioned Palardy on the reserve/non-football damage checklist on Tuesday after he tore his left ACL earlier this offseason. Palardy […]
CHARLOTTE, N.C. The Carolina Panthers have misplaced punter Michael Palardy for the season due to a knee damage.
The crew positioned Palardy on the reserve/non-football damage checklist on Tuesday after he tore his left ACL earlier this offseason. Palardy had hoped to play by the damage, however the crew determined he wanted surgical procedure.
The damage explains why the Panthers signed undrafted rookie punter Joseph Charlton final week.
Palardy has been Carolina’s punter since halfway by the 2016 season. He beat out veteran Andy Lee in 2017 to maintain the job. The left-footed Palardy averaged 46 yards per punt final season.
The Panthers additionally introduced left deal with and former second-round draft choose Greg Little will begin camp on the lively/bodily unable to carry out checklist with a knee situation. The lively/PUP checklist means a participant has not but handed his bodily, though Littles absence shouldn’t be anticipated to be long-term.
Undrafted rookie offensive lineman Branden Bowen will start camp on the lively/reserve checklist with a non-football sickness.
Undrafted rookie linebacker Jordan Mack has opted out of the 2020 season as a result of COVID-19 pandemic. He’s the primary Carolina participant to decide out, though Mack would have confronted an uphill battle to make the roster.
Carolina waived offensive lineman Juwann Bushell-Beatty, who had performed for the XFLs St. Louis Battlehawks and Houston Renegades earlier than the leagues season was canceled in March.
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