In a concerning turn of events, Carolina Panthers‘ wide receiver Terrace Marshall Jr. was forced to exit Monday’s practice session prematurely due to an apparent injury.
The young player’s condition is now under close observation as the team’s medical staff works to diagnose the extent of the issue.
According to reports from various sources present at the practice, Marshall was seen being transported off the field on a cart, accompanied by a member of the team’s training personnel.
Details regarding the exact nature of the incident that led to Marshall’s exit remain unclear at this time.
Panthers’ WR Terrace Marshall was carted off the practice field today.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 14, 2023
Terrace Marshall, a second-round draft pick for the Panthers in 2021, was looking to become an integral part of the team’s offense.
Having participated in 27 games during his initial two seasons, he has managed to tally 45 receptions, amassing 628 yards, and securing one touchdown.
Now we await further updates on the condition of Marshall as his potential absence could impact the team’s offensive strategies and preparations for the upcoming season.