Seymour recorded 22 tackles and four pass breakups over 15 games in 2017.
Seymour, who was acquired from the Bills in early September, didn't have a great season from either a fantasy or real-life standpoint given his meager statistical production coupled with the fact he finished as Pro Football Focus' sixth-lowest graded cornerback out of 120 qualifiers. He'll look to bounce back in 2018, but won't be worthy of IDP consideration.
Seymour (illness) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Saints.
Seymour is one of several Panthers to be affected by an illness this weekend, which will keep him sidelined for the team's wild-card game. Lorenzo Doss could see additional reps at cornerback behind starters James Bradberry and Daryl Worley while Seymour remains sidelined.
Seymour was not the only player added to the injury report as the result of being under the weather. While the severity of the issue is not known at this time, his status will likely be determined closer to Sunday's kickoff. Lorenzo Doss would be in line for increased reps providing depth in the secondary should Seymour ultimately sit out.
Seymour was going to finish third in a battle with Shareece Wright and E.J. Gaines for the vacant starting cornerback spot in Buffalo, so the Bills unloaded him for a position of greater need. He's talented enough to perhaps work his way into the nickel corner spot for the Panthers.
This will be the last chance for Seymour to make his case to start Week 1, as he's currently involved in a dead heat with Shareece Wright and E.J. Gaines for the open starting corner spot across from first-round rookie Tre'Davious White.