Bradberry didn't record a tackle while playing in Thursday's preseason game versus the Jaguars.
Bradberry fractured his wrist in June but has gone on to feature in all three of Carolina's preseason tilts. Coming off a rookie campaign that included 59 tackles, 10 pass deflections and two interceptions, the second-year pro is slated to serve as the Panthers' top cornerback this season.
Bradberry, who fractured his wrist during June's OTAs, has shown well in training camp and appears fully healthy at this juncture. The Panthers likely wouldn't have allowed him to play in Wednesday's preseason game if he wasn't.
Bradberry (wrist) participated in Wednesday's practice with a cast protecting his recently fractured wrist, Steve Reed of the Associated Press reports.
Bradberry fractured his left wrist during last Monday's OTA session, but he's already back on the practice field playing through the issue. This foreshadows his eventual availability for training camp later in the offseason.
The fracture shouldn't keep the 23-year-old sidelined for too long, as he could return in time for minicamp next week. He will be a cast for the next six weeks but the team reported there should be no limitations by training camp.
Bradberry was drafted in the second round and became an immediate starter in the role vacated by Josh Norman leaving the
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