Curtis Samuel Doesn't Return vs. Dolphins Due to Ankle Injury; X-Rays Negative


Carolina Panthers wide receiver Curtis Samuel suffered ligament damage and is out for the season, per ESPN's Adam Schefter.

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The speedy receiver ends his rookie campaign after nine games, including four starts, compiling 115 yards on 15 catches, adding four rushing attempts for 64 yards - he also missed Week 4 with an ankle injury.

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A 2nd round (40th overall) pick by the Panthers in the 2017 NFL Draft, the versatile Samuel carved out a small role for himself in the Carolina offense this season. Panthers coach Ron Rivera said Tuesday trainers were "not very optimistic" about Samuel's prognosis after he hobbled off the field in the third quarter and did not return. The offensive coordinator said it's going to take a collective effort. Shula said of Samuel. Damiere Byrd is expected to come off injured reserve in early December. ". We're going to try hard to find ways to put guys in what they do best and then have them go do it". He had only 10 catches for 70 yards before Monday night.

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Now, with Samuel out for the season, the Panthers have to turn to others to inject that much-needed speed. Samuel, a product of Ohio State, played running back for the Buckeyes before shifting to wide receiver in the NFL. "Guys coming in and doing their jobs and knowing their assignments".