CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- In a rarity this late in the season, the Carolina Panthers have no injury concerns heading into Sunday's game at Atlanta.
Kalil has missed four of the past five games with a sprained right ankle, but has practiced all week.
Davis practiced the past two days after being held out Wednesday with a sore ankle.
Bridges is back after missing Sunday's win over Detroit with an irregular heartbeat.
Walker could play Sunday for the first time since injuring his neck in a car accident Oct. 25.
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