Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen confirms broken right foot

Posted September 19, 2017

If they do that, he would be ineligible to return to play for eight weeks.

Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen emotionally confirmed that he broke his foot in Sunday's 9-3 victory over the Buffalo Bills at Bank of America Stadium.

The Panthers have not allowed a touchdown in two games after beating San Francisco 23-3 in Week 1.

The good news, according to defensive end Rafael Addison, is that the best is yet to come.

"That's legitimate", McDermott said.

"I think everyone is an option on that play", Jones said.

The numbers told the story.

Newton finished 20 of 32 for 228 yards passing and carried the ball five times for 27 yards.

The Bills were outgained 193-39 in the first half, but only trailed 6-0 due to their defense. Running backs LeSean McCoy and Mike Tolbert combined for just 14 yards on 15 carries. "We're going to do things that we do". There's things we can do better at every position. Unless you have deep rosters, it's incredibly hard to stash him until Week 12 at the Jets if that ends up being the case.

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"So rather than risk it - we have a tremendous amount of confidence in Tyler (Larsen) - we went ahead and started Tyler", said Rivera, referring to his backup center. This is a very elusive and unsafe quarterback. He was targeted just once in the opener against the 49ers and three times against the Bills. They retained some players first off and then added others... After suffering a concussion and torn labrum last season, the Panthers' star quarterback was hoping to face less stress in the pocket after the team retooled its offensive line.

McDermott was the Panthers' defensive coordinator from 2011 through last season. "He's coachable", Dennison said. Without McCaffrey, the Panthers lost the majority of their quick plays and were left with the same slow developing downfield throws that we are all accustomed to seeing. And while he didn't look particularly effective in Week 1, it will be tough to keep him down. These are the things that we have been practicing on.

At least the Chargers (0-2) and quarterback Philip Rivers still know how to get the ball into the hands of tight end Antonio Gates. "I play my heart out for them, and absolutely love".

- In a low-scoring defensive struggle, there were no turnovers. He was sacked six times.