CHARLOTTE — The Panthers believe they found a foundation for their team in the offensive line, but it could look different this offseason.
The 27-year-old Corbett started all 17 games and played every snap until he was injured just before halftime.
He now faces the kind of recovery that could push near the start of the 2023 regular season, according to Fitterer, which could have an impact on the Panthers' offensive plans.
Also, left guard Brady Christensen suffered a broken left ankle in Sunday's game.
Christensen said he was getting an MRI later Monday to see what the next steps were but was hoping to avoid major surgery. That would be a shorter recovery than Corbett's but could still limit him during the early portion of the offseason program.
Bozeman signed a one-year deal this offseason after failing to reach a multi-year agreement with the Ravens last year. He spent his first four years with Baltimore and was a starter in his final three seasons.
Bozeman and his wife are expecting a baby next week, and while he said they would prefer to stay in Charlotte, "we have to do what's best for our family."
View photos from Monday's clean-out day as Panthers players packed their things and bid farewell to their teammates for the offseason.