• Carolina Panthers’ Steve Smith injures left knee on non-contact play

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Dec 22, 2013
    You always worry when a player hurts himself on a non-contact play. He tried coming back for a play after the initial non-contact injury, but hobbled off and was taken back to the locker room, leading to the official announcement. Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith was protecting a dislocated finger early in the game. The Panthers are going to be able to run, but this puts more pressure on Brandon LaFell and Ted Ginn, if Smith’s not able to return. That leaves an unsteady offense without its most reliable receiving threat, putting more pressure on a thin group of wideouts.
    Source: yahoo.com
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