Addison (knee) did not practice Tuesday, Steve Reed of the Associated Press reports. Addison was questionable all of last week but ended up taking the field Sunday against the Lions, registering two tackles and a sack in the process. Look for more updates on the defensive end's status once Wednesday's injury report is released.
Addison (knee) is active for Sunday's game against the Lions. Addison was expected to play all along, despite being limited in Friday's practice. The 30-year-old defensive end will receive a decent-sized workload against the Lions, but with Julius Peppers (shoulder) also healthy, he'll head to the sideline a fair amount, too.
Addison, who is nursing a knee injury, is listed as questionable to play Sunday against the Lions, David Newton of ESPN.com reports. Despite the questionable designation, Addison is still expected to play after not practicing Wednesday or Thursday. He'll be tasked with pressuring Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford, who has been sacked 12 times through the first four weeks.
Addison posted four tackles and one sack in Sunday's 9-3 win over the Bills. Addison led the Panthers with 9.5 sacks last year, so his quarterback takedown Sunday marked more of the same. He'll look to build on his tally with a mouth-watering matchup against the Saints this Sunday.
Addison posted a sack in Thursday's preseason game against the Jaguars. Addison didn't record a tackle in either of Carolina's first two exhibition tilts, but the 29-year-old got to the quarterback Thursday in what was likely his final preseason appearance. Along with Kawann Short and Julius Peppers, Addison is one of the Panthers' best pass rushers, having registered at least six sacks each of the last three years.
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