During his media availability before practice began, offensive coordinator Joe Brady told reporters McCaffrey has looked like himself this week.
“I think kind of answers it — exactly what you guys expect out of Christian is Christian,” Brady said.
As McCaffrey gets closer to officially returning, Brady will have more options for personnel groupings, formations, and plays to best attack an opponent.
“I think whenever you just have everybody available, there’s a lot of possibilities,” Brady said. “Everything is on the table this week for sure.”
If McCaffrey returns, Rhule will work with the Panthers’ training staff to determine if the running back will have a playing-time limitation. McCaffrey rarely takes a play off, as he was on the field for 91 percent of Carolina’s snaps in 2018 and 93 percent in 2019. This year, that figure was 97 percent in
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