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Panthers' Bravvion Roy: Starts to close rookie year
Roy finished the 2020 season with 29 tackles (13 solo) and a sack in 15 games.
Roy was drafted by his college coach Matt Rhule in the sixth round last year and started Carolina's final nine games. In his last seven of those, he recorded four quarterback hits and totaled at least three tackles five times. Roy will aim to build on that finish in his second season.... See More ... See Less
Panthers' Bravvion Roy: Suiting up Sunday
Roy (knee) is active for Sunday's game at Washington, Bill Voth of the Panthers' official site reports.
The 24-year-old was limited at practice all week due to the knee injury, but he'll still be available Sunday. Roy should play his usual role as a rotational defensive tackle for Carolina.... See More ... See Less
Panthers' Bravvion Roy: Dealing with elbow injury
Roy exited Sunday's game against the Vikings with an elbow injury, Alaina Getzenberg of The Charlotte Observer reports.
The severity of the injury is unclear, though Roy was labeled questionable to return. Zach Kerr and Derrick Brown will dominate the snaps at defensive tackle in his absence.... See More ... See Less
Panthers' Bravvion Roy: Back in action Sunday
Roy (elbow) returned to the field Sunday against the Vikings, Alaina Getzenberg of The Charlotte Observer reports.
The 24-year-old exited during the second half with the elbow injury and was considered questionable to retake the field, but he ended up making a quick return. Roy should resume his rotational role at defensive tackle.... See More ... See Less
Panthers' Bravvion Roy: To get first start of NFL career
Roy will start in place of the injured Zach Kerr (toe) during Thursday night's matchup against the Falcons.
The rookie from Baylor has earned his first NFL start, and he will do so playing for his former college coach, Matt Rhule. Despite questions regarding a lack of overall experience, Carolina's scoring defense has proven surprisingly steady, ranking 13th in the league heading into Week 8. The rush defense, in particular, has been spotty, however, allowing the fifth-most rushing yards (751) and the second-highest total of rushing touchdowns to opposing backs.... See More ... See Less
Panthers' Bravvion Roy: Joins Carolina in sixth
The Panthers selected Roy in the sixth round of the 2020 NFL Draft, 184th overall.
Coach Matt Rhule and defensive coordinator Phil Snow bring along their trusty nose tackle from Baylor, where Roy (6-foot-1, 332 pounds) anchored a strong Baylor run defense. With 61 tackles and 13 tackles for loss in 2019, Roy has some disruptive abilities, too. This looks like a nice pick for the Panthers.... See More ... See Less
|HT/WT: 6-1, 330 lbs|