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Top Terrace Marshall Jr. News

  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Healthy scratch Sunday

    Marshall (coach's decision) is inactive against the Saints on Sunday, Darin Gantt of the Panthers' official site reports.

    Marshall is the wide receiver who will sit as Laviska Shenault will be active for the first time as a Panther. The former continues to struggle to make headway on the team's positional depth chart, not playing a single-snap in Week 1, then following that up with just six in Week 2.

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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Plays six offensive snaps in loss

    Marshall failed to draw a single target in Sunday's 19-16 loss to the Giants.

    After failing to play any offensive snaps in Week 1, Marshall did see limited game action against the Giants. Unfortunately, the 22-year-old wideout was not targeted by quarterback Baker Mayfield on any of his six offensive snaps as he continues to be an afterthought in Carolina's offensive game plan. Marshall will remain off the fantasy radar when the Panthers host the Saints in Week 3.

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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Making progress per coach

    Coach Matt Rhule said Marshall had his best week of practice this week and added that he's "hopeful" Marshall will see the field Week 2, Ellis Williams of the Charlotte Observer reports.

    Marshall didn't play a single snap in the season opener. The 2021 second-round pick doesn't appear to be injured, so Marshall seeing snaps will come down to whether or not his coach believes the wide receiver is ready to contribute.

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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Sidelined all game

    Marshall was active but did not play a single snap in Sunday's 26-24 loss to the Browns.

    Marshall and fellow wideout Rashard Higgins both watched the entirety of Sunday's game from the sidelines, allowing Shi Smith to serve as Carolina's third wideout. Following that surprising development to begin his second season, it'll be worthwhile to monitor Marshall's situation ahead of Week 2's matchup versus the Giants.

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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Returns to field

    Marshall did not catch his only target in Friday's preseason win over the Bills.

    Marshall started alongside DJ Moore and Shi Smith, leaving Rashard Higgins as the odd man out. Marshall's only target came in the third quarter from Sam Darnold (ankle), qualifying as the receiver's only appearance on the stat sheet. Though it came with little production, Marshall's presence on the field was encouraging after he suffered a hamstring injury Aug. 19 and was forced to miss Carolina's second preseason game.

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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Limited at practice

    Marshall (hamstring) was limited at Tuesday's practice after returning Monday as a full participant, David Newton of ESPN.com reports.

    It might be a sign he tried to come back from a hamstring strain too soon, but it could also just be caution on the Panthers' part. Either way, the missed time has prevented Marshall from making his case for a top-three spot at wide receiver, though he's far from the only Carolina wideout that's been banged up this summer. Rashard Higgins, however, has been healthy, and he's arguably Marshall's biggest competition for the No. 3 WR job.

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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Returns to practice

    Marshall (hamstring) returned to practice Monday, Joe Person of The Athletic reports.

    Marshall missed the Panthers' first two preseason games, while Rashard Higgins caught five of six targets for 33 yards and a touchdown. Marshall, Higgins and Brandon Zylstra seem to be competing for the No. 3 receiver job behind DJ Moore (shoulder) and Robbie Anderson (quadriceps), both of whom also have dealt with minor injuries this summer.

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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Hamstring issue

    Marshall (hamstring) isn't in line to play in Friday's preseason game against the Patriots, Joe Person of The Athletic reports.

    Person relays that the wideout isn't in uniform for the contest after aggravating his hamstring. Marshall's next chance to suit up for preseason action arrives next Friday versus the Bills.

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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Returns to practice

    Marshall (lower leg) was back on the field practicing in full Monday, Darin Gantt of the Panthers' official site reports.

    Marshall's injury was first reported Aug. 5, and he's been out or limited during practice ever since. Selected in the second round of the 2021 Draft, he struggled last season, only catching 17 passes on 30 targets for 138 yards in 13 games. Now healthy, Marshall will look to establish himself on the Panthers' positional depth chart, while working towards a breakout sophomore campaign.

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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: In line to return to practice

    Coach Matt Rhule expects Marshall (lower leg) to take part in joint practices with the Patriots on Tuesday and Wednesday, David Newton of ESPN.com reports.

    Marshall has been dealing with a lower leg strain for more than a week, donning a red non-contact jersey in practice and sitting out the Panthers' preseason opener Saturday at Washington. Assuming he's able to get back on the field for one or both of the joint sessions with the Pats, he'll have a decent shot to be available for Friday's exhibition at Foxboro.

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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Still missing time

    Marshall (lower leg) will not play in Saturday's preseason matchup against the Commanders.

    This isn't a particularly surprising decision as Marshall has been dealing with a lower leg strain for most of training camp. DJ Moore and Christian McCaffrey are both healthy absences for the preseason opener, which means Rashard Higgins should see the majority of first-team reps at wide receiver.

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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: In non-contact jersey

    Marshall (lower leg) is practicing Tuesday with a red non-contact jersey, Joe Person of The Athleticreports.

    Marshall suffered a lower leg strain last week, so it's encouraging to see him back on the practice field even as a non-contact participant. The second-year pro is working to take a step forward in Carolina's offense after recording just 138 receiving yards in 13 games as a rookie. Marshall has a few more days to heal up prior to Saturday's preseason opener against Washington.

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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Strains lower leg

    Marshall has a lower leg strain, Joe Person of The Athletic reports.

    Person didn't speak to the severity of the injury, so Marshall can be viewed as day-to-day until an update emerges. Carolina's 2021 second-round selection has just over a week to heal up before the team's Aug. 13 preseason opener against Washington.

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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Showing more comfort in Year 2

    Marshall said he's more comfortable running routes and processing while on the field heading into his second season, Joseph Person of The Athletic reports.

    Star tailback Christian McCaffrey said Marshall has taken a "massive leap" in his second offseason with the club, raising expectations for the wideout after an underwhelming rookie campaign that included just 17 catches for 138 yards in 13 games. A second-round pick in 2021, Marshall will need to acclimate to new coordinator Ben McAdoo's scheme while competing with veteran addition Rashard Higgins for Carolina's third-wideout role behind DJ Moore and Robbie Anderson. While Marshall's progress this offseason is encouraging to note, he'll also potentially face a change at quarterback, as the Panthers acquired Baker Mayfield on Wednesday to compete with Sam Darnold for the starting job in training camp and the preseason.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-2, 200 lbs
Birthplace: Bossier City, LA
Age: 22
School: LSU
Experience: 2