NFL – Carolina Panthers: Greg Olsen Re-Fractures Foot
Bad news for the Carolina Panthers, as the tight end Greg Olsen re-broke his right foot in Sunday’s triumph upon the Dallas Cowboys.
With the Panthers expressing that there is no plan for surgery, Greg will be out inconclusively. He will be re-examined on a month to month premise, in order to decide when he can return.
With Delanie Walker out for the season and Greg Olsen hurt, the tight end spot is going to be a big problem for some fantasy owners. I count at least 12 NFL teams that don’t have a single fantasy relevant tight end on their roster.
— Michael Fabiano (@Michael_Fabiano) 11 September 2018
Contingent upon his time span for recuperation, Olsen could be set on an injured reserve, which would keep him on the sideline for about 2 months.
Olsen, who missed 9 games in 2017 with damage to a similar foot, left the Cowboys game after he ventured on the foot of a Dallas defender. He was taken to the locker room, after which he came back to the sidelines on crutches.
New kid on the block Ian Thomas is relied upon to begin for Olsen and receiver Devin Funchess will probably have an extended part in the offence.
Both Delanie Walker and Greg Olsen are out for the season now. And guess who has both of them on his fantasy team? Hint he was once live tweeted his time at the airport.
— Peter Dao (@Pdao8) 10 September 2018
— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) 11 September 2018
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