The Panthers placed McGhin (ankle) on injured reserve Thursday.
McGhin will miss the rest of the season on IR. His absence is a blow to Carolina's depth at guard.
McGhin (ankle) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Seahawks.
McGhin's absence will be a blow to Carolina's depth at guard. He was limited in Friday's practice due to an ankle injury.
McGhin is doubtful to play Sunday against the Seahawks with an ankle injury.
McGhin was a late addition to the injury report as a limited participant Friday and is likely to be sidelined Sunday. Chris Reed should provide depth at guard for the Panthers.
McGhin was promoted to the Panthers' 53-man roster Monday.
McGhin joined the team's practice squad after a workout Nov. 12 and only had to wait a couple weeks to move up to the active roster. The 25-year-old should serve as depth at offensive tackle for Carolina.
McGhin (ankle) tried out for the Panthers recently, freelance NFL writer Howard Balzer reports.
Ironically, McGhin tried out for the team he was playing against when he initially suffered the injury in the preseason. He at least seems to be fully recovered now.
McGhin (ankle) and Buffalo reached an injury settlement Saturday, per the NFL transactions report.
McGhin sustained the injury Aug. 16 in a preseason matchup with Carolina. The East Carolina product originally signed a three-year, $1.76 million contract with the Bills in May.
McGhin was placed on injured reserve Tuesday due to an ankle injury, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.
The depth lineman was injured in Friday's preseason win over the Panthers. Erik Magnuson, formerly of the 49ers, was signed to take McGhin's place and will compete for a roster spot.
McGhin injured his ankle during Friday's preseason win over the Panthers.
The severity of McGhin's ankle injury is unclear at this point, but it was troublesome enough to keep him sidelined for the remainder of Friday's tilt. He was already a longshot to make the Bills 53-man roster, so an extended absence would all but ruin his chances.