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Fantasy News

  • Panthers' Jaycee Horn: Healthy to start OTAs

    Horn is healthy and practicing Tuesday at OTAs, Will Kunkel of FOX Charlotte reports. Horn broke a bone in his wrist in Week 16 last year and ended the campaign on injured reserve. There was some hope the cornerback would be available if the Panthers made the postseason, but they ultimately shut him down after being eliminated. Barring a setback, the 2021 first-round pick should slot in as Carolina's top cornerback in 2023.
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  • Panthers' Jaycee Horn: Recovering well from wrist injury

    Horn (wrist) is recovering well and could have been available to play if the Panthers made the postseason, Augusta Stone of the Panthers' official site reports. Horn said Monday that his wrist injury was a "clean break", and although he sustained it in Week 16, the cornerback has made strong progress in his recovery and would have had a shot to return in the playoffs. With Carolina's season over, Horn will now have ample time to rest this offseason and get ready for the 2023 campaign. The 23-year-old finished this season with 53 tackles, seven pass deflections and three interceptions over 13 contests.
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  • Panthers' Jaycee Horn: Placed on IR

    Horn (wrist) was placed on injured reserve Monday. Horn suffered a broken radius bone Week 16 against the Lions, which required surgery. However, there was belief he'd still be able to suit up Week 18 after missing Sunday's loss to the Buccaneers. With the Panthers now eliminated from playoff contention, it appears the team has decided to shut Horn down, as the move to IR will end his season early.
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  • Panthers' Jaycee Horn: Could be back Week 18

    Interim head coach Steve Wilks said Wednesday that Horn's wrist surgery went well and he'll be re-evaluated in 10-to-12 days, Joe Person of The Athletic reports. After the second-year pro sustained a broken radius bone in Saturday's win over Detroit, Wilks noted that there's a chance Horn is able to return for Carolina's Week 18 matchup against the Saints, per Person. For the time being, CJ Henderson, Keith Taylor and T.J. Carrie are in line to operate as the Panthers' top cornerback options heading into Sunday's game versus Tampa Bay.
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  • Panthers' Jaycee Horn: Getting surgery Tuesday

    Horn is slated to undergo wrist surgery Tuesday, and the Panthers will then determine if he'll be able to return this season, Steve Reed of the Associated Press reports. Horn suffered a broken radius bone in his wrist during Saturday's win over Detroit, and he's now in line to receive potentially season-ending surgery Tuesday to address the matter. If the second-year pro is indeed forced to miss any time, CJ Henderson, Keith Taylor and T.J. Carrie would then be classified as the Panthers' top three available cornerback options. Per Joe Person of The Athletic, Carolina has also been in talks with free agent cornerback Josh Norman about a possible reunion.
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  • Panthers' Jaycee Horn: Breaks wrist bone, per report

    Horn reportedly suffered a broken radius bone in his wrist during Saturday's 37-23 win versus the Lions, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reports. Per Fowler, it's an injury that puts the rest of Horn's season in jeopardy. Prior to getting hurt Saturday, Horn had logged six tackles. Next up for the team's right cornerback reps if Horn misses time is Keith Taylor.
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  • Panthers' Jaycee Horn: May have broken wrist

    Horn may have suffered a fractured wrist during Saturday's 37-23 win versus the Lions, Darin Gantt of the Panthers' official site reports. Horn needed a cart to get to the locker room after he left Week 16 action in the fourth quarter. While coach Steve Wilks merely told Mike Kaye of The Charlotte Observer afterward that Horn was slated for an X-ray and MRI but didn't elaborate on the injury further, pass rusher Brian Burns noted his belief that Horn's right wrist was broken. If Horn is forced to miss time, he'll likely hand off much of his duties at cornerback to Keith Taylor.
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  • Panthers' Jaycee Horn: Good to go Week 16

    Horn (shoulder) does not carry an injury designation ahead of Saturday's game against the Lions. Horn was limited during practice Tuesday and Wednesday while dealing with shoulder soreness, though he'll be ready to play Week 16 after he was able to ramp up to full participation Thursday. His availability will be a boost for Carolina's secondary heading into Saturday's matchup against Detroit's prolific passing offense.
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  • Panthers' Jaycee Horn: Another interception Sunday

    Horn made six tackles (five solo) and an interception in Sunday's 30-24 win over the Seahawks. Horn picked off opposing quarterback Geno Smith's first pass and returned it 31 yards to set up an early touchdown for the Panthers. The cornerback had another interception overturned later in the contest, but it was still yet another impressive outing from the 23-year-old. One of the league's breakout players at his position, Horn boasts 44 tackles (30 solo) and seven pass breakups, including three interceptions, in 11 games this season.
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  • Panthers' Jaycee Horn: Will play Sunday

    Horn (foot) is active Sunday against the Ravens. Horn's ability to take the field Sunday was expected, as it was reported earlier Sunday by Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. He'll work to help slow down the Ravens' passing attack this weekend.
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  • Panthers' Jaycee Horn: Set for Week 9

    Horn (ankle) was a full participant at practice Friday. Horn was limited with an ankle injury to open the week, but he was able to log a full practice Friday, clearing any doubt about his availability to play Sunday versus the Bengals. The cornerback has produced 19 tackles (11 solo) while deflecting four passes and intercepting another over six games this season.
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  • Panthers' Jaycee Horn: Ready for Sunday

    Horn (ribs) is officially active for Sunday's game against the Falcons. Horn missed the past two games with a rib injury but will return to the field Sunday after being labeled as questionable. The 22-year-old has 17 total tackles, four passes defensed and an interception in five games this year.
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  • Panthers' Jaycee Horn: Will miss Week 7

    Horn (ribs) is inactive for Sunday's Week 7 battle versus the Buccaneers. Horn was considered a game-time decision heading into Sunday, so it's not entirely surprising that he's been ruled out. Carolina did receive some good news in the secondary with Donte Jackson (ankle) and CJ Henderson (concussion) both deemed able to play.
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  • Panthers' Jaycee Horn: Considered game-time decision

    Horn (ribs), who is officially listed as questionable, is a game-time decision for Sunday's contest against Tampa Bay, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Horn's status may not be made official until about 90 minutes prior to Sunday's 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff against the Buccaneers, though he was a full participant in practice Friday. Donte Jackson (ankle) is expected to suit up Sunday, but the status of No. 3 cornerback CJ Henderson (concussion) looks more up in the air. It will bode poorly for the Panthers if the secondary is stretched thin entering a matchup against Tom Brady, Mike Evans and Chris Godwin.
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  • Panthers' Jaycee Horn: Likely to sit out Week 6

    Horn (ribs) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Rams, but he's not expected to play, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reports. Unless the Panthers choose to downgrade him from questionable, Horn will take the injury designation into Sunday's game before he's likely included on Carolina's inactive list, which is released 90 minutes before the 4:05 p.m. ET kickoff. According to Fowler, the Panthers are hoping that by giving Horn some rest for Week 6, he'll be ready to return to the lineup in optimal health for a Week 7 matchup with the Buccaneers.
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  • Panthers' Jaycee Horn: Officially questionable for Week 6

    Horn (ribs/hip) did not practice Friday and is questionable to play Sunday versus the Rams, Darin Gantt of the Panthers' official site reports. After suffering a hip injury in the Panthers' Week 5 loss to the 49ers, Horn failed to practice during the week, making it unlikely that he plays in Week 6 as he appears to also be nursing a ribs issue. If he's unable to go, Keith Taylor could play increased snaps in Carolina's secondary.
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  • Panthers' Jaycee Horn: Seals first victory

    Horn made two tackles (one solo) and defended three passes, including an interception, in Sunday's 22-14 win over the Saints. Horn picked off Jameis Winston with eight seconds left, clinching Carolina's first win of the season. The 2021 first-round pick also registered a quarterback hit, turning in an impressive overall performance.
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  • Panthers' Jaycee Horn: Inactive Friday

    Horn (foot) is listed as inactive for Friday's preseason matchup with the Patriots, David Newton of ESPN.com reports. No surprise here, as the Panthers do not want to risk Horn's health in an exhibition matchup. The 2021 first-round pick projects to start opposite Donte Jackson at cornerback this season.
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  • Panthers' Jaycee Horn: Off PUP list but still day-to-day

    Horn (foot) was removed from the active/PUP list Monday, but coach Matt Rhule said the cornerback is still day-to-day, Joe Person of The Athletic reports. Horn will be eligible to practice at any time now that he has been removed from the active/PUP list, but it sounds like the team will continue to take a cautious approach with the 2021 first-round pick as he works his way back from a broken foot suffered last September.
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  • Panthers' Jaycee Horn: Likely headed to IR

    Coach Matt Rhule said Monday that Horn (foot) is expected to be put on injured reserve and be sidelined for an extended period, David Newton of ESPN.com reports. Horn was looking at a 2-to-3 month absence after the initial diagnosis of his broken foot. It's unclear if the 2021 No. 8 overall pick has elected to undergo surgery or not, but it was rumored that he may miss the entire season if he went that route. The Panthers recently signed Rashaan Melvin to their active roster and made a trade for CJ Henderson to prepare for Horn's lengthy absence.
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