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NFC South Standings

Team Div Overall
1-1-0 8-3-0
1-2-0 5-6-0
2-0-0 5-7-0
1-2-0 5-7-0

2021 Receiving

STATS REC
Receptions
YDS
Receiving Yards
AVG
Average Yards per Reception
TD
Receiving Touchdowns
LNG
Longest Reception
Regular Season 14 116 8.3 0 23

Top Terrace Marshall Jr. News

  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Healthy scratch Sunday

    Marshall (coach's decision) is listed as inactive Sunday at Miami, Darin Gantt of the Panthers' official site reports.

    Marshall previously sat out Weeks 7 and 8 due to a concussion, but this time around his absence can be attributed to a healthy scratch. The rookie second-rounder actually has recorded a catch since Week 6, failing to gather in any of his four targets in three appearances in the meantime. Behind top wide receivers DJ Moore and Robby Anderson, the Panthers will have Brandon Zylstra, Alex Erickson, Shi Smith and Matt Cole available at wide receiver for Sunday's game.

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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: No catches Sunday

    Marshall didn't haul in his only target in Sunday's 27-21 loss to Washington.

    Marshall, despite making three appearances, hasn't caught a single pass since suffering a concussion in Week 6. On Sunday, backup Brandon Zylstra played 10 more offensive snaps than him. The rookie will strive to get out of his slump Week 12 versus the Dolphins.

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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Catches conversion Sunday

    Marshall didn't catch either of his two targets but hauled in a two-point conversion in Sunday's 34-10 win over the Cardinals.

    Marshall caught at least three passes in each of his first three NFL games, but he's seen his production flatline since then as the Carolina passing game has gone into the tank. The rookie hasn't hauled in a pass in two games since returning from a concussion, but Marshall at least helped with his successful conversion Sunday.

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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: No grabs in return

    Marshall didn't catch his only target in Sunday's 24-6 loss to the Patriots.

    Marshall returned after missing the prior two games due to a concussion, but the wideout failed to make an impact amid continued struggles from quarterback Sam Darnold. On the bright side, Marshall trailed only starters DJ Moore and Robby Anderson in snaps among Carolina's receivers as he immediately reclaimed the No. 3 wideout role.

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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Out of concussion protocol

    Marshall cleared the concussion protocol Thursday, making him available to return Sunday versus the Patriots, Darin Gantt of the Panthers' official site reports.

    Marshall missed the last two games after taking a massive hit from Vikings safety Xavier Woods in Week 6. Prior to the early exit, Marshall actually was increasing his share of the Panthers' offensive snaps through the first five games of his career, going from 52 percent in the season opener to 76 percent by Week 5. Marshall only produced a 13-107-0 line on 20 targets during that five-game stretch, but the playing time was an encouraging sign that regular production was possible. He'll slot in behind DJ Moore and Robby Anderson moving forward.

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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Back to full participation

    Marshall (concussion) practiced in full Wednesday, Darin Gantt of the Panthers' official site reports.

    Marshall remains in the NFL's five-step concussion protocol, but considering his full activity to begin Week 9 prep, he's closing in on gaining clearance from an independent neurologist. He's been sidelined the past two games due to the head injury, but his absence hasn't had a trickle-down effect on depth receivers Shi Smith and Alex Erickson, who have combined for one catch and three targets during that stretch.

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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Remains absent in Week 8

    Marshall (concussion) won't play Sunday against the Falcons, Joe Person of The Athletic reports.

    Marshall was able to practice in limited fashion Friday, but he'll be sidelined for a second consecutive game by the concussion he suffered in Week 6. Shi Smith and Alex Erickson will continue to vie for snaps in three-receiver sets alongside DJ Moore and Robby Anderson, though their roles aren't expected to be fruitful with Sam Darnold struggling to connect with any receivers besides Moore on a consistent basis. Marshall will look to return to action in Week 9 against the Patriots.

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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Out again Thursday

    Marshall (concussion) remained sidelined at Thursday's practice.

    The wide receiver has yet to practice since suffering a concussion in Week 6 against the Vikings. He still has to clear concussion protocol before he can return to game action and appears unlikely to suit up Sunday against the Falcons. If Marshall remains out in Week 8, Keith Kirkwood and Shi Smith will garner more snaps once again.

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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Misses practice

    Marshall (concussion) didn't practice Wednesday, Joe Person of The Athletic reports.

    The rookie entered the concussion protocol Week 6 and missed a Week 7 loss to the Giants. With No. 4 receiver Brandon Zylstra (hamstring) on injured reserve, Keith Kirkwood and Shi Smith both earned playing time in Marshall's absence last week, combining for seven targets and 49 snaps. Both players could help fill in for Marshall again this Sunday at Atlanta if he can't clear protocol by the end of the week.

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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Not playing Week 7

    Marshall (concussion) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Giants, Joe Person of The Athletic reports.

    After he was diagnosed with a concussion coming out of the Panthers' Week 6 loss to the Vikings, Marshall was unable to practice in any capacity Wednesday through Friday. As a result, the Panthers' decision to rule Marshall out for the Week 7 matchup comes as little surprise. With Marshall sidelined for the first time this season and Alex Erickson (concussion) listed as questionable but uncertain to play Sunday, rookie Shi Smith could have a regular spot in three-wide sets alongside DJ Moore and Robby Anderson.

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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Absent from practice again

    Marshall (concussion) didn't practice Thursday.

    With no practice activity since he was diagnosed with a concussion following Sunday's loss to the Vikings, Marshall doesn't appear to have taken a notable step forward in the NFL's five-step protocol for head injuries. Unless he returns to the field in some capacity for Friday's practice, Marshall looks on track to sit out this weekend's game against the Giants.

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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Sits out Wednesday

    Marshall (concussion) didn't practice Wednesday.

    It's no surprise Marshall hasn't cleared the necessary steps in the NFL's protocol for head injuries after taking a big hit from Vikings safety Xavier Woods this past Sunday. Marshall has had a slow start to his NFL career, despite seeing at least 50 percent of the Panthers' offensive snaps in five of six games. With Marshall and fellow wide receiver Alex Erickson diagnosed with concussions, the Panthers are left with Shi Smith at the position on the active roster behind starters DJ Moore and Robby Anderson.

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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: In concussion protocol

    Marshall sustained a concussion during Sunday's game against the Vikings, Darin Gantt of the Panthers' official site reports.

    Marshall was the recipient of a brutal hit from safety Xavier Woods in the second quarter, drawing an unnecessary roughness penalty in the process. The rookie second-round pick remained on the turf for minutes before making his way to the sideline, and he'll officially finish Week 6 with one catch (on two targets) for nine yards. Alex Erickson and Shi Smith will be the candidates to get work as the Panthers' third receiver behind DJ Moore and Robby Anderson as long as Marshall is in the concussion protocol and Brandon Zylstra deals with a hamstring injury.

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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Only two catches

    Marshall caught two of three targets for 14 yards in Sunday's 21-18 loss to the Eagles.

    Marshall sports just 16 receiving yards over Carolina's last two games, with quarterback Sam Darnold's struggles Sunday not helping out any of his receiving options. The rookie will hope the potential return of superstar Christian McCaffrey (hamstring) in Week 6 will help elevate the whole offense versus the Vikings.

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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Only one catch

    Marshall caught one of three targets for two yards in Sunday's 36-28 loss to the Cowboys.

    Marshall played over 70 percent of Carolina's offensive snaps, yet hardly got involved in the passing game. The rookie second-rounder is still hunting for his first touchdown and hasn't topped 50 yards in a game yet either, but Marshall's role alongside DJ Moore and Robby Anderson at least gives him upside as a complementary option.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-2, 200 lbs
Birthplace: Bossier City, LA
Age: 21
School: LSU