"I think he had an outstanding week of preparation," Fox said. "From my understanding, he had no side effects and we anticipate he'll be good to go on Sunday."
Carolina (1-9) released Delhomme in March following an 18-interception season in 2009.
"Obviously, Jake was down here in Carolina for a long time and did great things down here," Clausen said. "He's one of the quarterbacks I like to watch and get bits and pieces that they do to try to help my game. It'll be good to finally meet him for the first time."
Brian St. Pierre, who started Sunday's 37-13 loss to the Ravens 10 days after being signed off the street, has a sore throwing shoulder. He's listed as probable after being limited in practice this week, but hinted earlier in the week he wouldn't be able to play.
Rookie Tony Pike is probable after being limited all week, also with a sore throwing arm. Behind him is Keith Null, who was signed to the practice squad on Tuesday. Fox said the backup would be a "game-time decision" and didn't rule out promoting Null to the 53-man roster.
"It's comforting to have a guy that can start the game," Fox said. "I'm not sure about our depth situation going into this game. We'll sort that out as we move forward."
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