The Panthers activated Larsen from the reserve/COVID-19 list Wednesday, Myles Simmons of the Panthers' official site reports.
Larsen is now able to return to team activities and will slot into a reserve role Sunday against the Chiefs.
Larsen was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Friday.
The team hasn't announced whether Larsen tested positive for COVID-19 or if the move is related to contact-tracing protocols. Regardless, the Panthers will need to rely on someone else should starting center Matt Paradis suffer an injury.
Larsen (calf) was listed as a full participant on Wednesday's injury report and will be available for Sunday's game versus the Raiders.
Larsen is expected to fill a reserve role on the interior offensive line to begin the 2020 season.
Larsen did not practice Wednesday due to a calf strain, Jonathan M. Alexander of The Charlotte Observer reports.
Larsen handled a versatile reserve gig for the Panthers last season, and he'll be in good position to reprise a similar role in 2020 when healthy.
Larsen (back) is active for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers in London.
A late addition to the Panthers' injury report, Larsen ultimately gained clearance to play after warming up without any apparent discomfort. He'll likely work in a depth role along the offensive line.
Larsen (elbow) played eight snaps in Friday's 25-14 preseason win over the Patriots.
It wasn't much, but it proves Larsen has shaken off his hyperextended elbow. He'll serve as Ryan Kalil's backup when Week 1 kicks off.
Larsen's arm injury has been clarified as a hyperextended elbow, Joe Person of The Charlotte Observer reports.
Larsen missed Saturday's practice and was seen with a brace on his arm. The team stated that Larsen would be able to play if it were the regular season and they're merely holding him out for precautionary reasons.
Larsen sported a soft brace on his left arm Saturday, but he did not participate in the practice, Max Henson of the Panthers' official site reports.
Larsen's two-year contract extension positions him for a reserve role this season, but he will be sidelined temporarily by the arm injury.
Larsen signed a contract extension with Carolina on Wednesday, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Charlotte Observer reports.
Larsen's two-year extension is rumored to be worth around $4.4 million with $1.4 million guaranteed. A primary reserve, Larsen figures to be the first man up should any starting lineman go down with an injury.
Larsen (foot) is active for Sunday's matchup with Tampa Bay.
Larsen is returning from a two-game absence due to his foot injury. He's expected to return to his role as the primary backup to starting center Ryan Kalil.
Larsen (foot) is considered questionable for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers, Joe Person of the Charlotte Observer reports.
Larsen has missed back-to-back games due to a minor foot injury, but he was able to practice on a limited basis throughout the week. If Larsen is unable to play in Week 16, Greg Van Roten would likely serve as Ryan Kalil's backup at center.
Larsen (foot) is listed as inactive for Sunday's game against the Packers.
Larsen was listed as questionable but finished the week not practicing so this isn't overly surprising. It's the second consecutive missed game for the 26-year-old and leaves the Panthers short on offensive line depth.
Larsen (foot) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Packers, Bryan Strickland of the Panthers' official site reports.
With right guard Trai Turner (concussion) already ruled out for Sunday's game, Larsen's potential absence could further hurt the Panthers' offensive line depth.
Larsen (foot) was a full participant in practice Thursday, Jourdan Rodrigue of the Charlotte Observer reports.
Larsen missed last week's game due to his foot injury, but given his full participation in practice, he should be all good to go Sunday against Green Bay, barring any major setbacks.
Larsen (foot) is listed as inactive for Sunday's game against the Vikings.
Larsen was unable to log a single practice throughout the week, so the Panthers have elected to keep him sidelined in Week 14. Starting center Ryan Kalil (neck) is back in the lineup, while Greg Van Roten figures to provide depth on the offensive line as well.
Larsen (foot) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Vikings.
Larsen's injury prevented him from practicing in any capacity this week, so it appears he's trending toward sitting out Sunday. Fortunately for the Panthers, starting center Ryan Kalil (neck), who is also listed as questionable, was able to practice on a limited basis throughout the week and appears likely to play. Kalil's return would lessen the Panthers' need for Larsen's services.
Larsen (foot) did not practice Thursday, Joe Person of The Charlotte Observer reports.
Larsen is dealing with a lingering foot injury and was most recently seen wearing a walking boot Monday. Larsen has filled in as the starting center while Ryan Kalil has dealt with a neck injury, but Kalil is back at practice and looks to be on track to play Sunday.
Larsen was seen sporting a walking boot on his left foot Monday, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Charlotte Observer reports.
Larsen last dealt with a foot injury two weeks ago, but he was active for Week 12's matchup with the Jets and Week 13 against the Saints. The boot is likely just a precautionary measure for the center, but more information on Larsen's health should be released later this week.
Larsen (foot) is active for Sunday's game against the Jets.
Starting center Ryan Kalil is active for the first time in weeks, which will cut down on Larsen's snap count. However, head coach Ron Rivera wants to ease Kalil into the mix, so expect to see Larsen still snapping balls for a good chunk of Sunday, David Newton of ESPN.com reports.
Larsen (foot) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Jets, David Newton of ESPN.com reports.
The Panthers have been cautious about overworking their backup center ahead of Week 12's game against the Jets, but he's still expected to play if Ryan Kalil (neck) can't.