CHARLOTTE – The Panthers built an indoor facility for days like this, and head coach Matt Rhule had some work he wanted to get done.
Also, they had one more important piece back out doing the work.
Though he was listed as limited, Rhule said he expected Moore to play after missing last week’s game.
“He’ll play,” Rhule said flatly. “He looked like he was ready to go today, so he’ll play.”
That will provide an immediate boost for an offense that looked stuck without its top vertical threat (Moore’s averaging 18.5 yards per catch this year) during last week’s loss to the Broncos.
And after that less-than-polished game, in which he wasn’t pleased with a number
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