James Bradberry, the team's 2016 second-round pick, suffered a wrist fracture that will put him in a cast for six weeks.Despite the injury, Bradberry was back on the field at organized team activities Tuesday with a cast on his arm.
While the Panthers should not take news of injured cornerbacks lightly, this is the time for bad luck to happen. It seems like a lock that Bradberry will be back for training camp, looking to improve on a 2016 when he started 13 games, picked off two passes and broke up 10 more.
Here is the other injury news we are tracking Monday:
- Eagles defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan suffered an ankle sprain during organized team activities, according to multiple reports. Jernigan was traded in the offseason from Baltimore to Philadelphia in exchange for a third-round draft pick; the Ravens used the selection to pick defensive tackle Chris Wormley.