The Panthers have released safety Thomas DeCoud on Tuesday, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. DeCoud, 29, signed with Carolina last offseason after spending his first six seasons in Atlanta. He started 11 games for Carolina in 2014, registering 50 tackles and one interception.
The Panthers will have Philly Brown, Thomas DeCoud and Melvin White on Saturday against the Seahawks.
All three players entered the game listed as questionable. Brown is dealing with a shoulder injury. DeCoud has a hamstring issue. White is battling an ankle injury.
The team will also have Derek Anderson, Charles Johnson, DeAngelo Williams and Fernando Velasco for the contest. All four players came into the game listed as probable.
The Panthers have listed Star Lotulelei (foot) out for Sunday's divisional playoff game against the Seahawks. Lotulelei suffered the injury last week against Arizona, and could be injured reserve-bound.
Meanwhile, the other four players on Carolina's final injury report were deemed questionable. Those include safety Thomas DeCoud (hamstring), wide receiver Philly Brown (shoulder), linebacker A.J. Klein (ankle) and cornerback Melvin White (ankle).
Panthers backups cornerbacks Melvin White (ankle) and Thomas DeCoud (hamstring) said they both expect to play during Saturday's divisional playoff game against the Seahawks, according to The Charlotte Observer.
Panthers starting defensive back Thomas DeCoud is inactive for Saturday's game against the Cardinals after battling a hamstring injury all week.
DeCoud, who has 50 total tackles in 15 games with one interception, was considered doubtful on the team's final injury report of the week.
Other inactives for Carolina include: James Dockery , A.J. Klein, Kyle Love , David Foucault, Amini Siatolu and Frank Alexander.
The Panthers are 5 1/2-point favorites heading into the matchup.
The Panthers have ruled backup quarterback Derek Anderson (illness), running back DeAngelo Williams (hand), defensive end Charles Johnson (not-injury related) and guard Fernando Velasco (not-injury related) as probable for Saturday's wild-card game against Arizona.
Linebacker A.J. Klein (ankle) was listed as questionable, while safety Thomas DeCoud (hamstring) was ruled as doubtful.
The Panthers have made Thomas DeCoud, Byron Bell, Amini Silatolu, Trai Turner, Philly Brown, Bene Benwikere, and Fozzy Whittaker inactive Week 9 against the Saints.
DeCoud was considered questionable coming into the contest due to a hamstring injury. Brown had previously been ruled out due to a concussion. The other five players are healthy scratches.
The Panthers released their injury report for Thursday's game against the Saints. Safety Thomas DeCoud (hamstring) and defensive tackle Kawann Short (ankle) are questionable, while offensive tackle Nate Chandler (thigh) and linebacker Jason Williams (hip) are probable.
Panthers coach Ron Rivera said Monday that safety Thomas DeCoud aggravated an old leg injury and did not practice, The Associated Press reported. No timetable was given as to his return.
The Panthers agreed to sign free agent defensive back Thomas DeCoud to a two-year deal Thursday, the team announced.
The deal will pay the former Falcon $3.75 million if he meets all incentives, and includes a $500,000 signing bonus. DeCoud is coming off a season in which he racked up 65 tackles in 15 games, but failed to record an interception for the first time in five seasons.
Free agent safety Thomas DeCoud will visit the Panthers on Monday, reports NFL Network. Atlanta released DeCoud after he made 65 tackles and no interceptions in 15 games last season.
However, DeCoud intercepted 10 passes over the previous two seasons.
The Falcons will release safety Thomas DeCoud on Tuesday, ESPN reports.
The 28-year-old is coming off a 65-tackle season, his lowest total since he was a rookie in 2008. He also failed to intercept a pass, after racking up 10 in his previous two seasons.
Falcons defensive back Thomas DeCoud is due a $2.25 guarantee for the 2014 season by March 15, but ESPN.com reports Tuesday he is expected to be released prior to that date. The 28-year-old is coming off a 65-tackle season, his lowest total since he was a rookie in 2008. He also failed to intercept a pass, after racking up 10 in his previous two seasons.
A few Falcons who were on the injury report have been cleared for Monday's game in San Francisco, including safety Thomas DeCoud (concussion) and running back Antone Smith (knee). DeCoud was listed as probable, Smith as questionable.
Falcons defensive back Thomas DeCoud (concussion) has been able to practice throughout the week, and is expected to play through the issue in Week 16 against the 49ers. DeCoud is officially probable based on Saturday's injury report.
Falcons coach Mike Smith said Monday safety Thomas DeCoud will be a non-contact participant in practice Wednesday after sitting out Week 15 due to a concussion. Smith is expecting DeCoud to play Week 16 at San Francisco.
Falcons S Thomas DeCoud has been ruled out Week 15 against Washington.
DeCoud has been dealing with a concussion, and has been unable to practice this week. Head coach told a local radio station that DeCoud would not play.
Falcons safety Thomas DeCoud, who suffered a concussion in the Week 14 loss at Green Bay, is not practicing Wednesday, reports ESPN.com. Atlanta is preparing to host Washington on Sunday.
Falcons coach Mike Smith provided updates Monday on the status of Antone Smith (knee) and cornerback Thomas DeCoud, who left Sunday's game at Green Bay due to injuries.
Mike Smith said Antone Smith injured his knee on a special teams play Sunday and will be day to day leading up to Week 15 vs. Washington. However, he is expected to participate in practice.
Mike Smith also said DeCoud will have to go through the NFL protocol for concussions before returning to action.
Falcons defensive back Thomas DeCoud suffered a head injury on a touchdown run by the Packers' Eddie Lacy in the first quarter Week 14 at Green Bay and was ruled out for the rest of the game. Zeke Motta took his place in the lineup. DeCoud had two tackles, including one solo, before leaving.
DeCoud, who ranked among the league leaders with six interceptions last year, has zero in 2013.