Schedule

Opponent Game Opp RK Opp FPTS
vs 8 19
@ 11 20
vs 15 21
vs 30 25
vs 19 22
@ 22 22
vs 12 21
@ 23 22
@ 24 23
vs 23 22
@ 29 25
vs 9 20
BYE
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@ 6 19
vs 20 22
vs 21 22
@ 12 21
@ 15 21
Player Outlook
Marshall entered his rookie season with a little bit of sleeper buzz as one of the second-tier receiving prospects with potential to emerge for a talent-needy offense. He did see a significant amount of playing time over the team's first five games, three of which he started, but it didn't translate into Fantasy production and his playing time waned after that, with Marshall seeing only 10 targets for the remainder of the season. Marshall could have the opportunity to ascend to the No. 2 role in Carolina behind D.J. Moore if he shows progress this offseason, and a forgettable rookie season has proven to be no reason to write off a young receiver. While not draftable in standard-sized leagues, Marshall is an interesting name to monitor during the preseason as he could pay dividends in deeper leagues as a late-round target.

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2022
2021 17 138 8.12 0.00 151.2
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Fantasy News

  • 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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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: In mix for No. 3 WR slot

    Marshall and Rashard Higgins are both in the mix to claim the Panthers' No. 3 wide receiver job, Joseph Person of The Athletic reports. Meanwhile, DJ Moore and Robby Anderson continue to top the team's wideout depth chart. Marshall -- a 2021 second-rounder -- is coming off a rookie season in which he caught 17 passes (on 30 targets) for 138 yards in 13 games. Presumably past a foot issue that landed him on IR late last season -- he'll have to compete for slotting with Higgins (24/275/1 in 15 games with the Browns) , but if either Moore or Anderson miss time at any point this season, whoever slots in as the team's WR3 could yield a degree of fantasy utility, regardless of who the team's starting QB is at that time.
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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Injury considered short term

    Coach Matt Rhule said Monday that he believes Marshall (foot) is dealing with a short-term injury, Darin Gantt of the Panthers' official site reports. Marshall was placed on injured reserve with a foot injury for the regular-season finale, but he's expected to be ready to participate in OTAs this spring. Once the 21-year-old returns to full health, he'll work on carving out a larger role after he caught just 17 of 30 targets for 138 yards during his rookie season.
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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Expected to miss season finale

    The Panthers are expected to place Marshall on injured reserve Wednesday with an unspecified injury, David Newton of ESPN.com reports. Once the transaction is completed, Marshall won't be eligible to play in Sunday's season finale in Tampa Bay. Marshall's rookie season is thus on the cusp of coming to an end, with the second-round selection having struggled to justify the hype he generated coming out of training camp and the preseason. Through 13 appearances, Marshall secured only 17 of 30 targets for 138 yards. He has yet to score his first NFL touchdown.
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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Makes two grabs

    Marshall caught both of his targets for 16 yards in Sunday's 18-10 loss to the Saints. Marshall turned in his first multi-reception game since Week 5, playing over 70 percent of Carolina's offensive snaps despite teammate Brandon Zylstra returning from the reserve/COVID-19 list. Although his production still wasn't anything special, the fact Marshall played 44 snaps compared to Zylstra's three could suggest he's in line to finish the campaign as the Panthers' third wideout, potentially aiding his admittedly low fantasy relevance ahead of Week 18's matchup versus the Buccaneers.
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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Breaks catch slump

    Marshall caught his only target for six yards in Sunday's 32-6 loss to the Buccaneers. Marshall made his first reception since Week 6 as teammate Brandon Zylstra (illness) was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list ahead of Sunday's kickoff. While finally breaking his catch slump is a welcome development for Marshall, he still was only targeted once on 41 offensive snaps. Such underwhelming involvement further emphasizes his restricted upside, and while giving the rookie second-rounder more chances to close the season could be a priority of the Panthers, Zylstra's potential return Week 17 versus the Saints could impact Marshall's usage.
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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Another goose egg

    Marshall didn't catch his only target in Sunday's 31-14 loss to the Bills. Marshall played just eight offensive snaps while Brandon Zylstra featured for 54 plays, clearly evidencing the current pecking order of Carolina's third and fourth wideouts. Having dropped down the depth chart in an underwhelming offense, the rookie Marshall's fantasy value is severely restricted heading into the final three weeks of the campaign.
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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Not targeted Sunday

    Marshall was not targeted in Sunday's 29-21 loss to the Falcons. Marshall returned to the lineup after being a healthy scratch in Carolina's last game. Although he played almost half of the team's offensive snaps, Marshall didn't get any looks his way in the passing game and veteran Brandon Zylstra again outperformed him, finishing with four catches for 45 yards while playing a few more snaps. Without a catch since Week 6, Marshall has run into a substantial rookie wall that has seen Zylstra surpass him in the pecking order.
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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Returns Sunday

    Marshall will play Sunday against the Falcons, David Newton of ESPN.com reports. Marshall was a healthy scratch in Week 12 against the Dolphins. The rookie second-round selection has struggled this season, not recording a catch since Week 6 against the Vikings. He'll try to get going Sunday against the Falcons.
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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: 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: 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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