Another solid effort in Week 2
Sanders rushed 17 times for 80 yards and brought in all three targets for six yards in the Eagles' 24-7 win over the Vikings on Monday night. He also recovered a fumble.
Sanders' rushing volume would ideally be a tick higher, but positive game script helped lead to some late work and corresponding production for the fourth-year back. Sanders has logged 30 carries overall in his first two games and parlayed them into an impressive 176 yards and a touchdown, an elite level of efficiency he'll aim to build on at the expense of the Commanders in a Week 3 divisional road matchup.
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Should practice Friday
Coach Frank Reich said he expects Hurst (sports hernia) to participate in individual drills at OTAs on Friday, David Newton of ESPN.com reports.
Individual work coming
Coach Frank Reich said he expects Chark (ankle) to take part during individual drills at OTAs on Friday, David Newton of ESPN.com reports.
Held out of team drills
Chark (ankle) had his helmet at Monday's practice but didn't participate in team drills, Mike Kaye of The Charlotte Observer reports.
Works with first team
Young split first-team reps with Andy Dalton on the first day of OTAs, Mike Kaye of The Charlotte Observer reports.
Recovering from sports hernia
Coach Frank Reich said Monday that Hurst (sports hernia) is recovering from a procedure and progressing well, Joe Person of The Athletic reports.
Working with first-string offense
Dalton will work with the first-team offense during summer OTAs, David Newton of ESPN.com reports.
Drops to third on depth chart
Tremble seems to be third on Carolina's TE depth chart after Hayden Hurst signed with the team and Ian Thomas accepted a pay cut, Mike Kaye of The Charlotte Observer reports.
Hoping for No. 3 QB job
Corral (foot) has gained weight since last year and will try to convince the Panthers to carry a third QB this season, Mike Kaye of The Charlotte Observer reports.
Slides down depth chart
Smith was Carolina's No. 3 receiver for most of last season but may be only sixth or seventh on the depth chart this spring, Mike Kaye of The Charlotte Observer reports.
Opening OTAs with second unit
Panthers coach Frank Reich said Young will work with the second-team offense at the beginning of OTAs, Joseph Person of The Athletic reports.