Ankle injury keeps Bryce Young out of practice for 2nd day, not expected to play Sunday

CHARLOTTE — Carolina Panthers Quarterback Bryce Young didn’t practice for a second day in a row and is not expected to play this week against the Seahawks, the team announced on Thursday.

Young missed Wednesday’s walkthroughs because of an ankle injury; on Thursday, the team announced that he wouldn’t be practicing again.

In Young’s absence, Andy Dalton led the Panthers offense during Thursday’s practice. The Panthers signed Jake Luton to the practice squad on Wednesday so they’d have another quarterback in practice.

Head Coach Frank Reich had said he was not sure when Young’s ankle was injured.

Young played through the entire game against the New Orleans Saints this past Monday.

The Panthers’ next game is on Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks.

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