CHARLOTTE — The Panthers had no changes to the injury report Thursday, which means they still have a shortage of healthy offensive linemen.
That left the Panthers will six healthy offensive linemen on their active roster, along with left tackle Cameron Erving, who has been designated to return from IR and has practiced all week but hasn’t been activated yet. Erving missed the previous three games with a calf strain.
The absences at guard will likely put rookie Brady Christensen into the starting lineup at one spot, meaning they’ll have their ninth different combination of starting linemen in 13 games this week. He’s started two games this year, one each at right tackle and left tackle.