The Panthers have cut tight end Mike McNeill, according to the Baltimore Sun. McNeill, 27, missed the 2014 season due to injury. Prior to joining the Panthers he played for the Colts and Rams. Over his career he has five receptions for 36 yards.
The Panthers parted ways with 21 players Saturday. The club cut LB Denicos Allen, CB Carrington Byndom, G Derek Dennis, CB James Dockery, LB Adarius Glanton, WR Tavarres King, S Robert Lester, WR Marcus Lucas, T Andrew McDonald, S Tom Nelson, DT Drake Nevis, RB Darrin Reaves, DT Micanor Regis, LB D.J. Smith, CB Josh Thomas, DT Casey Walker, FB Michael Zordich, T Kevin Hughes, TE Mike McNeill, S Anderson Russell and G Chris Scott.
Running back Darrin Reaves, linebacker Chase Blackburn, safety Roman Harper, safety Tre Boston and tight end Mike McNeill are among the Panthers not playing Sunday against the Chiefs in exhibition action.
Panthers backup tight end Mike McNeill suffered a "fairly significant MCL sprain" in Friday's game against the Bills, coach Ron Rivera told the Charlotte Observer.
Panthers backup tight end Mike McNeill suffered a right knee sprain during Friday's preseason opener against the Bills, according to head coach Ron Rivera, via the team's official website. McNeil sustained the injury in the fourth quarter and was unable to return.The Panthers will host the Chiefs on Aug. 17.
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