Kalil (neck) took part in Monday's practice, but is likely another week away from returning to game action, David Newton of ESPN.com reports.
While the Panthers' bye week looks like it was beneficial for Kalil's recovery from the neck injury, head coach Ron Rivera seemed to suggest the team wasn't banking on having the center available for Sunday's game against the Jets. Instead, it appears the Week 13 matchup with the Saints is a more realistic target date for Kalil to make his third appearance of the season and first since Week 7.
Williams caught five of his eight targets for 38 yards in the 54-24 win over the Bills on Sunday.
It took an injury to Travis Benjamin for Williams to finally see some noticeable action, and while he only averaged 7.6 yards-per-catch, it was nevertheless an impressive outing for the rookie. While Williams trailed both Keenan Allen and Tyrell Williams in terms of snaps, the Clemson product still came away with the second most catches by a Chargers player, essentially acting as a big-bodied escape route for quarterback Philip Rivers whenever he was under duress. Should Benjamin miss any time, Williams could end up being an intriguing DFS asset thanks to his immense size and growing repertoire with Rivers, but he remains merely a long-shot option in standard leagues until he sees more consistent playing time.
Miller (lower body) did not make the trip to San Jose with the team Monday, Eric Stephens of The Orange County Register reports.
Miller has been limited to just four appearances between the pipes this season due to various maladies. When healthy, the veteran has performed well considering he has posted a 1.87 GAA and .943 save percentage. For now, the netminder has been placed on injured reserve per the NHL media site, although a retroactive designation could make him available as early as Wednesday's tilt against Vegas.
Hyde's involvement in practice this week could still be limited as a result of the knee issue, but McDermott's comments suggest the 26-year-old will be back in action for the Week 12 matchup with the Chiefs. Prior to his departure Sunday, Hyde made four stops, tying for his worst mark in any contest since his zero-tackle performance in a Week 2 victory over the Panthers.
Carter (illness) has been ruled out for Monday's game against the Nuggets, James Ham of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
Carter will be missing a seventh straight game, as he continues to deal with kidney stones. That said, Carter has averaged just 12.0 minutes per game so far this season, so his absence shouldn't have a drastic impact on the regular rotation. If anything, guys like Bogdan Bogdanovic and Justin Jackson could see increased playing time on the wing.