Christian McCaffrey back to practice

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Christian McCaffrey is sort of young to be getting veteran days, so he’s back to work on Thursday.

Via Joe Person of TheAthletic.com, the Panthers running back was back to practice on a limited basis, after he got Wednesday off.

McCaffrey leads the league with 1,244 yards from scrimmage and 10 rushing touchdowns, and his impact on the Panthers has been even greater this year in the absence of Cam Newton.

Defensive tackle Gerald McCoy was also back to work on a limited basis. Both were listed with knee injuries.

The one big concern for the Panthers is cornerback James Bradberry, who was out for the second straight day of practice with a groin issue.

6 responses to “Christian McCaffrey back to practice

  1. aaronspornstash says:
    November 7, 2019 at 3:08 pm
    Was that the wind or a big gasp outta Green Bay?
    Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

    That’s your own hot air.

  2. I like that people are saying McCaffrey is going to run all over Green Bay for 300 yards.

    When the blowhards in the media and novice fans all agree on something, that is when you know the opposite will happen.

    I am more concerned about McCaffrey getting big chunks of yards in the passing game. He won’t rush for big yards.

    Will be a good game. Carolina also has a good defense. I still like the Packers chances in this one.

    #GoPackGo!🏈

  3. freefromwhatyouare says:
    November 8, 2019 at 10:32 am

    I like that people are saying McCaffrey is going to run all over Green Bay for 300 yards.

    When the blowhards in the media and novice fans all agree on something, that is when you know the opposite will happen.

    I am more concerned about McCaffrey getting big chunks of yards in the passing game. He won’t rush for big yards.

    Will be a good game. Carolina also has a good defense. I still like the Packers chances in this one.

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    Packer fan, you need to be concerned about rushing. Packers giving up almost 130 a game. I worry about the defense focusing too much attention on McCaffrey and getting burned in play action. Packers defense is ranked 27th over all and McCaffrey although doesn’t lead the league in rushing is every bit as good as Cook. You needs need to get off the field on 3rd downs to give Aaron a chance.

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