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  • Panthers' Brian Burns: Gets franchise tag

    The Panthers gave Burns a franchise tag Tuesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. The tag is for $24 million and likely will serve as a bridge to either a new contract or a trade. Burns has recorded at least 7.5 sacks each year since the Panthers drafted him 16th overall in 2019, and he's missed only three games in five pro seasons.
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  • Panthers' Brian Burns: Leads team in sacks

    Burns finished the regular season with 50 tackles (32 solo), including eight sacks, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery in 16 games. Burns has now notched at least 7.5 sacks in each of his five NFL seasons, leading the Panthers in the category in consecutive campaigns. However, with Burns slated to be an unrestricted free agent this offseason, it remains to be seen whether he'll return to Carolina or sign a lucrative long-term deal elsewhere.
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  • Panthers' Brian Burns: Misses practice

    Burns (ankle) did not practice Wednesday. Burns is still expected to be available for Sunday's game against the Falcons and is "just a little sore," according to head coach Chris Tabor, Joe Person of The Athletic reports. However, the Flordia State product's participation level Thursday and Friday may still be worth monitoring ahead of their Week 15 matchup.
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  • Panthers' Brian Burns: Picks up sixth sack in loss

    Burns finished with four tackles (two solo), including a sack, in Sunday's Week 12 loss to Tennessee. Burns' four stops tied his second-highest tally of the season, and his first-quarter sack of Will Levis was his first in three games. The fifth-year veteran has seen his numbers drop a bit with 6.0 sacks and 32 total tackles through 10 games after he posted career-high marks with 12.5 sacks and 63 total stops over 16 contests last year. Nonetheless, Burns is the only Panther with more than 3.5 sacks on the campaign, and he also leads the team with 11 tackles for loss.
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  • Panthers' Brian Burns: Officially cleared protocol

    Defensive coordinator Ejiro Evero told reporters Thursday that Burns has cleared concussion protocol and will play Sunday against the Cowboys, Joe Person of The Athletic reports. Carolina will get its star edge rusher back this Sunday after he missed the team's Week 10 loss to the Bears with a concussion. The two-time Pro Bowler has been productive in spite of the Panthers' 1-9 record, as he's logged 25 total tackles, including five sacks and four additional tackles for loss, in eight appearances thus far.
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  • Panthers' Brian Burns: Logs full practice

    Burns (concussion) was a full participant during practice Wednesday. Burns appears to be nearing the completion of the league's five-step concussion protocols after being able to log a full practice. Assuming he suffers no setbacks, he'll likely gain clearance in time for Sunday's game against the Cowboys. However, he should still be considered questionable for the matchup at this stage of the week.
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  • Panthers' Brian Burns: Out for Week 10

    Burns (concussion) has been ruled out for Thursday's game against the Bears. Burns suffered a concussion during Sunday's loss to the Colts, and as expected, he wasn't able to clear the five-step protocol while the Panthers return to action just four days later for their Week 10 game. With Burns sidelined, Marquis Haynes (back) could be activated from injured reserve and slot in a starter at outside linebacker opposite DJ Johnson.
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  • Panthers' Brian Burns: Still tending to elbow injury

    Burns (elbow) was a limited participant at practice Wednesday, Darin Gantt of the Panthers' official site reports. Burns played through the elbow issue Sunday versus Houston, so it's unlikely it will keep him out in Week 9. Either way, he could still carry an injury designation into the weekend unless he's able to practice in full Thursday or Friday.
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  • Panthers' Brian Burns: Good to go

    Burns (elbow) is active for Sunday's matchup against the Texans, Darin Gantt of the Panthers official site reports. As expected, Burns will suit up despite suffering an elbow injury during Thursday's practice. Per Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, Burns is not 100 percent, but his presence should still be a major boost for Carolina's defense. Across six games, the 2019 first-round pick has recorded 13 tackles, four sacks and a forced fumble.
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  • Panthers' Brian Burns: Will likely play Sunday

    Burns, who's listed as questionable with an elbow injury, is likely to play Sunday versus Houston, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Burns suffered the injury during Thursday's practice and isn't 100 percent, but it looks like he's going to be active. Across six games this season, the 2019 first-round pick has 13 tackles, four sacks and a forced fumble.
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  • Panthers' Brian Burns: Notches fourth sack Sunday

    Burns tallied four tackles (three solo), including a sack, in a loss to the Lions in Week 5. Burns recorded two quarterback hits in addition to his sack. The star pass rusher has recorded at least one sack in three of the Panthers' first five contests, and he's up to four total sacks on the campaign. That puts him on pace to challenge the career-best mark of 12.5 he posted last season.
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  • Panthers' Brian Burns: Gets sack in loss

    Burns recorded four tackles (three solo) and one sack in Sunday's 37-27 loss to the Seahawks. Burns' sack was his third in as many games this season. He also saw a relatively limited workload with 48 defensive snaps (68 percent), which was presumably the result of an ankle injury from the week prior. The linebacker's next contest is against the Vikings in Week 4.
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  • Panthers' Brian Burns: Will play Week 3

    Burns (ankle) doesn't have an injury designation ahead of Sunday's Week 3 game against the Seahawks, Mike Kaye of The Charlotte Observer reports. Burns was limited in practice this week but is good to go against a Seattle offensive line missing both starting tackles. Burns is off to a hot start in 2023, recording nine tackles, two sacks and one forced fumble in two games against the Falcons and Saints.
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  • Panthers' Brian Burns: Playing despite contract concerns

    Burns will play in Week 1 despite his unhappiness with his contract, Jay Glazer reported on the Fox Sunday morning pregame show. Burns raised some concerns about a 'hold-in' when he sat out Monday's practice, but unlike the Chiefs' Chris Jones, this contract situation won't keep him out of the game this week.
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  • Panthers' Brian Burns: Back at practice Wednesday

    Burns (personal) wasn't listed on Wednesday's injury report ahead of Sunday's game against the Falcons. Though he had been sitting out of practice as recently as Monday, Burns looks ready to go for Week 1. As one of the league's most effective edge rushers, Burns' projected availability represents a huge boost from both a real-life and fantasy perspective.
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  • Panthers' Brian Burns: No injury, but not participating

    Burns is not practicing Monday for personal reasons, David Newton of ESPN.com reports. Burns' decision to sit out practices appears to be related to his dissatisfaction with his current contract, though coach Frank Reich said he isn't sure whether the standout pass rusher intends to hold out until he has a new deal, per Steve Reed of the Associated Press. With Marquis Haynes (back) having landed on IR, the Panthers defensive front could be significantly depleted during Sunday's regular-season opener in Atlanta if Burns isn't back on the field by then.
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  • Panthers' Brian Burns: On track for training camp

    Burns (ankle) didn't practice at June minicamp but was on the field helping teammates with drills, Cameron Wolfe of NFL Network reports. Burns was moving around comfortably without a limp and should be back at full strength for the start of training camp in late July. He had surgery in mid-April to repair a small fracture in his right ankle, after missing Week 18 last season due to discomfort in the area. Burns is scheduled to play out 2023 under the fifth-year option of his rookie contract, though he may sign an extension before Week 1 and become one of the best-paid non-QBs in the league. The 25-year-old has tallied at least 7.5 sacks and 16 QB hits in each of his four pro seasons, including career highs of 12.5 and 22, respectively, last year.
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  • Panthers' Brian Burns: Not participating in OTAs

    Burns (ankle) was present Tuesday but didn't participate in the first day of Carolina's OTAs, Mike Kaye of the Charlotte Observer reports. This isn't surprising, as Burns underwent surgery in mid-April to repair a small fracture in his right ankle. The 2019 first-round pick sat out Week 18 last season with what was labeled as a sprained ankle, but he was able to participate in the Pro Bowl Games a few weeks later. Burns then reported discomfort at the start of Carolina's offseason program and underwent further testing which revealed the fracture. It's unclear how much offseason work he'll miss, but as yet the Panthers don't seem concerned about his Week 1 availability.
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  • Panthers' Brian Burns: Game-time decision Sunday

    Burns (ankle) is listed as questionable to play Sunday versus the Saints and is expected to be a game-time decision, Joe Person of The Athletic reports. After logging a full practice Thursday, Burns didn't participate at Friday's practice session, placing some uncertainty on his status to play Sunday. If Burns can't go, Marquis Haynes could draw a start on the defensive line in the season finale.
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  • Panthers' Brian Burns: Back to full practice

    Burns (knee) logged a full practice Thursday, Darin Gantt of the Panthers' official site reports. Burns opened Week 14 prep as a limited participant Wednesday. The 24-year-old appeared to be healthy going into the team's Week 13 bye, so it's unclear where the injury may have come from. He should play a prominent role Sunday against the Seahawks as he looks to build on his career-best 10 sacks already recorded this season.
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