Carolina Panthers reset with a familiar face
The Carolina Panthers have undergone a lot of changes since their 13-16 loss to the Chicago Bears last Thursday. The biggest - a changing of the guard at play caller. Frank Reich announced on Wednesday that he would be re-assuming those duties effective immediately. The change comes just three games after turning over the duties to offensive coordinator Thomas Brown who led the offenseto it's first and only win of the season. Rookie quarterback Bryce Young also weighed in on the changes and how they will efect the offesne going forward.
The personnel carousel made its way through the roster as well. This week, the team released Released Safety Matthias Farley and TE Jordan Matthews as well as guard Calvin Throckmorton and signed former Atlanta Falcon's linebacker Tae Davis.
They also added veteran tackle David Sharpe back to the 53-man roster. The team also released guard Deonte Brown from the practice squad this week.
The Panthers also designated cornerback Jaycee Horn and tight end Ian Thomas to return from injured reserve.
The team has listed Horn's activation as a day-to-day decision. Horn and Thomas are now in the 21 day window to return to the active roster and are eligible to see action as early as Sunday when the Panthers host the Dallas Cowboys.
The latest injury report showed Hayden Hurst who is now in the concussion protocol, along with Taylor Moton and DeShawn Williams as non participants in Wednesday's practice - and 7 others at limited participation including Austin Corbett and recently activated linebacker Marquis Haynes.