Panthers confirm DeAngelo Williams suffered broken finger
Panthers coach Ron Rivera told reporters Monday that running back DeAngelo Williams did in fact suffer a broken bone in his right middle finger, according to ESPN. Rivera indicated that Williams is listed as day to day moving forward and has a chance to play if the swelling on his hand is down.
Williams has been limited to only six games this season, totaling 63 carries for 219 yards and no rushing touchdowns. He also has five catches for 44 yards. If he's unable to play, the team will likely turn to Jonathan Stewart and Mike Tolbert for Week 14 against the Saints.
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