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Week 1 Thursday Injury Report: Stantley Thomas-Oliver downgraded to limited


CHARLOTTE — The Panthers made a few minor changes to their injury report from Wednesday to Thursday.

Cornerback Stantley Thomas-Oliver III, a seventh-round pick in this spring's draft, was downgraded from a full to limited participant in practice with a hamstring injury.

Carolina also added "neck" to linebacker Tahir Whitehead's groin injury designation, though he remained a full participant.

Wide receiver Brandon Zylstra (calf) and offensive lineman Trent Scott (knee) were both added to the report, but practiced in full.

The biggest injury concern remains left guard Dennis Daley, who missed a third straight practice with an ankle injury.

If Daley can't play against the Raiders, veteran guard Michael Schofield would likely slide into the starting lineup. Schofield, left tackle Russell Okung, and center Matt Paradis all played together with the 2016 Broncos.

"I think we're a really healthy team," head coach Matt Rhule said. "I think when we get to this point and have one guy out, I'm fired up about that."

You can view Thursday's full injury report by clicking here.

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