CHARLOTTE — The Panthers on Thursday added defensive end Marquis Haynes to the injury report, as he did not practice with a shoulder injury.
Haynes has been effective with limited playing time this season. He’s tied for the team lead with 3.0 sacks and has also made four tackles for loss. He’s accomplished that in just 39 percent of Carolina’s defensive snaps.
“He’s a good pass rusher, and I think he’s really improved as a run defender,” head coach Matt Rhule said. “I think he’s done a really nice job so far this year, and each week we’ve tried to increase his role to get him on the field more.”
Safety Jeremy Chinn (knee) returned to practice in a limited capacity on Thursday after he didn’t participate on Wednesday. Rhule is still taking things day-by-day with Chinn, but the fact that he practiced
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