Pending a physical, Dockery will sign with the
Dockery posted a message to his former team and city on his Instagram account. "Now that I'm officially taking my career to a new city," Dockery wrote. "Before I sign that dotted line I just want to thank the City of Charlotte, Panthers Organization, and all my former Panther teammates. It's truly been an amazing opportunity to play for the City and Team. I'll never forget the opportunity Carolina gave me to prove I belong in this league. I truly made some great friends, some that I believe will last forever. I'll always remember to #KeepPounding in both life and football. Thank you for everything! #Trey1"
Dockery had 11 tackles in seven games for the Panthers last year.
Dockery, 26, has played in 31 games throughout his career. He most recently spent the last three seasons with the Panthers. His career numbers include 39 total tackles and one pass defensed.
Lotulelei was the only player ruled out prior to Saturday. Klein was listed as questionable coming into the game due to an ankle issue. The other five players listed as considered healthy scratches.
DeCoud, who has 50 total tackles in 15 games with one interception, was considered doubtful on the team's final injury report of the week.
Other inactives for Carolina include:
The Panthers are 5 1/2-point favorites heading into the matchup.
Williams was listed as probable heading into Sunday's game with a hand injury. Coach Ron Rivera chose to keep him inactive and roll with the hot hand, Jonathan Stewart, in the starting lineup. If Carolina wins on Sunday, Williams can return to action in the postseason.