The foot injury that sidelined Panthers WR Terrace Marshall for Week 18 is a "short-term deal," HC Matt Rhule said Monday. Marshall is expected to be ready for OTAs. He can use all the practice reps he can get after a woefully disappointing rookie season.
Panthers beat writer Joseph Person believes WR Terrace Marshall’s stock is on the rise. Person makes the call after observing minicamp, where the 2nd-year LSU product spoke confidently following a lost 2021. “It’s just a matter of time for the world to see what I can do,” he said. “Right now I’ve just got my head down grinding, taking it day by day, waiting on my turn.” Marshall is reportedly “more comfortable with his route running and processing,” according to Person. Only 22, Marshall deserves a look late in best ball drafts. Carolina's potential to swing a trade for Barker Mayfield only improves the WR's redraft outlook.
According to Ellis L. Williams of the Charlotte Observer, the Panthers “remain high” on 2nd-year WR Terrace Marshall. Williams writes that the team views Marshall as a good “outside target, slot receiver or zone-busting in-breaking target.” We simply didn't see it in 2021. Marshall garnered only 30 season-long targets (catching 17) and was a healthy scratch 4 times. Still, only 22 in June, it’s too early to give up on the LSU product. Marshall is essentially a no-risk pick in early 2022 fantasy drafts.
Panthers WR Terrace Marshall has been placed on IR with a foot injury and will miss Sunday's finale vs. the Bucs. We'll look for more details on the injury and whether it'll impact his 2022 offseason. Marshall had a woefully disappointing rookie campaign, catching just 17 balls and losing playing time to guys like Brandon Zylstra and Shi Smith. He's worth keeping stashed on dynasty rosters but will be just a late-round flier in 2022 redraft leagues.
Panthers WR Terrace Marshall (concussion) put in a full week of practice and isn’t listed on the final injury report. He’ll be back for Sunday’s game vs. the Patriots after missing the last 2 games. Marshall averaged just 3.7 targets, 2.3 catches and 19.3 yards over the first 6 weeks, so he’s not a viable fantasy option right now.
Panthers WR Terrace Marshall (concussion) put in a full practice on Wednesday. That puts the rookie on track to return for this weekend's game vs. the Patriots. It'd be his 1st action since Week 6. Marshall averaged just 4 targets over 5 healthy games but could eventually garner a bigger role with WR Robby Anderson continuing to struggle.
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