Carolina Panthers Injury Report, Week 15: Jordan Gross, Ryan Kalil Miss Practice

Five different Panthers sat out practice on Wednesday including two starting offensive lineman. Neither Ryan Kalil nor Jordan Gross were able to go but Kalil is hopeful he will be able to play on Sunday. Jordan Gross missed the Week 14 match up against the Atlanta Falcons but he is also hopeful that he will be able to return in time for Sunday's game against the Houston Texans. Cornerback Captain Munnerlyn twisted an ankle during Wednesday's practice and was unable to finish. 

Here is a look at the full Carolina Panthers injury report for Wednesday, December 14:

Name Position Injury Practice Status Game Status
Antwan Applewhite DE Hamstring Limited Participant -
Captain Munnerlyn CB Ankle Limited Participant -
Kion Wilson LB Calf Limited Participant -
Darius Butler CB Head Did Not Participate -
Charles Godfrey S Shoulder Did Not Participate -
Jordan Gross T Ankle Did Not Participate -
Ryan Kalil C Shoulder Did Not Participate -
Greg Olson TE Back Did Not Participate -

For more on this game, check out SB Nation's Houston Texans Blog Battle Red Blog and the Carolina Panthers Blog Cat Scratch Reader

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