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Week 4 Thursday Injury Report: Laviska Shenault held out
The wide receiver's dealing with a hamstring injury and didn't practice. Running back Christian McCaffrey was also held out for the second-straight day.
"Uce Behavior" brings juice to Panthers defense
Linebacker Frankie Luvu has always been an energy guy. Now he's making plays to match his passion.
Notebook: Kyler Murray a "rare, rare, rare" challenge
Stopping the versatile and elusive Cardinals quarterback will take a disciplined effort on defense.
Panthers praying for families in path of Hurricane Ian
A number of players have roots in Florida, and spent Wednesday checking in on family members affected by the storm.
Week 4 Wednesday Injury Report: Christian McCaffrey (thigh) held out
The Panthers running back has had Wednesdays off previously, but always with rest as the designated reason.
How to watch, listen and live stream: Carolina vs. Arizona in Week 4
The Panthers game against the Cardinals will air on FOX at 4:05 p.m.
"Playmaker" Laviska Shenault Jr. went old school
The Panthers wideout stood out like he did as a Texas high school star, after he got a game-day reminder of those exploits from a co-worker and former rival.
Week 4 Game Preview: Panthers vs. Cardinals
Carolina will look to build momentum with the third home game of the young season.
What to know for Sunday's Keep Pounding Game
Sunday's game will feature a special halftime ceremony for Sam Mills and much more.
Ask The Old Guy: The right stuff?
The Panthers finally launched this season in their third game, and made the kind of impact they were hoping for, but questions remain.
Know Your Foe: Arizona Cardinals
Like the Panthers, the Cards are also looking to start faster on offense, as they have gotten off to a 1-2 start.