Reid (shoulder) was a full participant at practice Thursday, David Newton of ESPN.com reports. Reid has been dealing with a lingering AC joint injury in his shoulder this season, but he was able to log a full practice Thursday. As evidenced by this news, the 2013 first-round pick should be good to go for the Panthers' game against the Buccaneers in Week 13.
Reid (shoulder) did not practice Wednesday, Joe Person of The Athletic reports. Reid was limited in practice all last week and continues to manage his recovery from a lingering AC joint issue in his shoulder. The 26-year-old said that his injury is something he can play through, according to David Newton of ESPN.com, so it still appears that Reid is on track for Sunday's tilt against the Buccaneers. If Reid is able to go Week 13, he'll work to end Carolina's four-game losing streak.
Reid had nine tackles (six solo) before being ejected late in the third quarter of Thursday's 52-21 loss at Pittsburgh. Reid was called for unnecessary roughness on a late hit to the head/neck area as Ben Roethlisberger was giving himself up on a slide. The 26-year-old still managed to lead the team in tackles in what was an abysmal showing by the Panthers defense and the team overall. A more favorable matchup at Detroit awaits in Week 11, as the veteran safety will have some additional time to rest his shoulder sprain following the Thursday game.
Reid (shoulder) carries the questionable tag ahead of Thursday's game against the Steelers, Joe Person of The Athletic reports. Reid practiced in a limited capacity each of the three days this week. When Reid initially sustained the injury Sunday against the Buccaneers, he was able to return to the game. Reid looks to be on track to play Thursday -- but if he misses time, Collin Jones could see an increase in work.
Reid suffered a shoulder sprain during Monday's 42-28 win over the Buccaneers, Joe Person of The Athletic reports. Reid initially left the field after sustaining a right shoulder sprain, but quickly returned to Sunday's win over Tampa Bay. It's encouraging that the veteran safety was not sidelined due to the injury, but Reid's participation in practice next week nonetheless warrants monitoring.