ATLANTA — The Panthers will have a new look in the backfield for the second week in a row.
The Panthers will be without injured running back Chuba Hubbard Sunday, after he contributed to a season-high running game against the Buccaneers last week.
Hubbard's dealing with an ankle injury, and was ruled out on Friday after he didn't practice last week.
That leaves D'Onta Foreman as the starter and lead back today, and he had 15 carries for 118 yards against the Bucs, in the first game after the Christian McCaffrey trade. The Panthers also have rookie Raheem Blackshear, and promoted practice-squader Spencer Brown (standard elevation) to have a third back.
Mosby was on the injury report last week with a hamstring, and in his place, linebacker Chandler Wooten will make his first appearance for the Panthers since being signed off the Cardinals practice squad.
WR Rashard Higgins
RB Chuba Hubbard
LB Arron Mosby
DT Daviyon Nixon
OT Larnel Coleman
CB A.J. Terrell
S Jaylinn Hawkins
ILB Nate Landman
OLB Quinton Bell
OL Chuma Edoga
TE Anthony Firkser
DL Matt Dickerson
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