CHARLOTTE – Left tackle Russell Okung on Sunday will play for the first time in more than a month.
Okung, who injured his calf late in the Panthers’ Oct. 25 loss in New Orleans, is active for Carolina’s Week 12 contest at Minnesota.
The Panthers are also getting right guard John Miller back after he missed last week’s win over the Lions with knee and ankle injuries.
Running back Christian McCaffrey (shoulder) and cornerback Donte Jackson (toe) were also ruled out this weekend before the Panthers left for Minnesota. Mike Davis will get his ninth start in place of McCaffrey and Troy Pride Jr. will again replace Jackson.
Safety Sam Franklin, who’s been dealing with an ankle
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