Panthers coach John Fox said following Sunday’s rout of the Giants that WR Steve Smith sustained a broken left arm. If there was any doubt, Smith said during his postgame comments the injury will keep him out of the season finale against the Saints.
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Panthers WR Steve Smith paid a price for his 27-yard touchdown catch Sunday against the Giants, leaving the game with a left arm injury.
While the world waits on who will start at QB for the Carolina Panthers — Matt Moore or Jake Delhomme — coach John Fox said Thursday he likely won’t make a decision until Sunday morning.
Panthers QB Jake Delhomme has a broken finger on his right hand, coach John Fox announced during the team’s Monday morning press conference.
The Bills, who are expected to meet with Mike Shanahan this week about their head-coaching position, also have contacted former Super Bowl-winning coach Bill Cowher, according to league sources.
The Panthers lifted beleaguered QB Jake Delhomme because of a chest injury, replacing him with backup Matt Moore in the fourth quarter of the game against the Cardinals.
Posted: Monday, October 26th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Alex Smith, Derek Anderson, Jake Delhomme, JaMarcus Russell, Jeff Fisher, John Fox, Kerry Collins, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Shaun Hill, Tennessee Titans, Trent Edwards, Vince Young
With the QB carousel spinning wildly following Week 7, Titans coach Jeff Fisher is chosing not to reveal whether Kerry Collins or Vince Young will be the starter for the 0-6 Titans.
John Fox’s decision on whether to bench veteran QB Jake Delhomme can’t be an easy one, given both Delhomme’s status as the NFL leader in interceptions and his tenure as the Panthers’ starter since early in the 2003 season.
At some point this week, John Fox will decide whether veteran Jake Delhomme will remain the starting quarterback for the Panthers. But he hasn’t made that decision yet.
The Philadelphia Eagles and Carolina Panthers have been in contact with the representatives for veteran free-agent QB A.J. Feeley, according to a league source. Feeley is mulling his options.
After watching the tape, Panthers head coach John Fox isn’t ready to place the full blame of QB Jake Delhomme’s performance Sunday –which included four interceptions and a fumble — solely on the quarterback.
It was not a good day for Panthers QB Jake Delhomme in Sunday’s 38-10 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. But the veteran will remain the starter, according to head coach John Fox.
Panthers coach John Fox sounded confident Tuesday about a quick return by Steve Smith, telling reporters he believes his star wide receiver will be ready at some point during the preseason.
Posted: Monday, August 10th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Alex Stepanovich, Charlie Johnson, Chris Wells, Donnie Avery, Felix Jones, Jerry Richardson, John Fox, Kenny Watson, Kevin Kolb, Marlin Jackson, Roddy White, Trent Cole
As training camp practices and news conferences wind down, here’s a quick look at some of Monday’s news, including the latest on injuries to Chris Wells, Donnie Avery and Felix Jones.
Over and over, former Steelers coach Bill Cowher has insisted that he is not interested in returning to the sidelines in 2009. But now a potential landing spot has emerged for 2010.