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Panthers at Falcons Thursday injury report: Trai Turner limited in practice again, but on track to play against Falcons

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The Panthers hope to have their starting right guard back for their Week 17 matchup against the Falcons.

The Panthers were back at it again on the practice field today to prepare for their season finale against the Falcons, and they got some good news in the form of right guard Trai Turner participated for the second straight day and is on track to suit up in Atlanta this Sunday.

As of today he’s still in the concussion protocol, but the fact that he’s participating in practice is a good sign that he’ll be ready to play this weekend.

Julius Peppers was the only DNP today, and it was a second straight vet day off for the defensive end.

Everyone who was limited in practice yesterday was a full participant today except for Kurt Coleman, Cam Newton and Trai Turner, so that’s good news. The Panthers should have a healthy squad come Sunday (well, as healthy as you can be in Week 17 anyway).

Here’s today’s injury report...

Practice Status

Did not participate in practice

DE Julius Peppers (rest)

Limited participation in practice

S Kurt Coleman (ankle)
QB Cam Newton (shoulder)
G Trai Turner (concussion)

Full participation in practice

S Mike Adams (rest)
DE Mario Addison (hip)
WR Devin Funchess (shoulder)
C Ryan Kalil (shoulder)
G Andrew Norwell (ankle)
TE Greg Olsen (foot)
LB Spencer Paysinger (ankle)
WR Russell Shepard (shoulder)
RB Jonathan Stewart (rest)
LB Shaq Thompson (foot)


Practice Status

DNP = Did not participate in practice

LP = Limited participation in practice - Less than 100% of a player's normal repetitions

FP = Full participation in practice - 100% of a player's normal repetitions

(N/A) = Not listed/No practice status available

Game Status

Out = Player will not play

Doubtful = Player unlikely to play

Questionable = Uncertain if player will play

(N/A) = Not listed/No game status available

~ Today’s injury report courtesy of Nick Carboni