CHARLOTTE — After missing the last two games with a foot injury, defensive tackle Kawann Short is expected to play against the Cardinals in Week 4.
Short was a full participant on Thursday and Friday and has no injury designation heading into Sunday.
Two of the Panthers’ offensive linemen are questionable for the matchup: left tackle Russell Okung and guard Dennis Daley. If Okung cannot play, Rhule said earlier this week that Carolina would likely continue to rotate Greg Little and Trent Scott at the position. But Chris Reed has taken over as the club’s top left guard even if Daley is available.
“He started last week and played really well,” Rhule said. “Dennis, fortunately for us, can play right guard, left guard. He’s a swing tackle for us. He brings a lot of versatility.”
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