Curtis Samuel out for year with ligament damage in ankle

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Just as it looked like he was starting to get more involved in the offense, Carolina Panthers wide receiver Curtis Samuel is seeing his rookie season come to an end.

"They weren't very optimistic", Rivera said.

The Panthers' 2017 second round draft pick tallied a career-high five catches for 45 yards in the first quarter prior to the injury. The injury occurred in Monday night's win over Miami.

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"There were a lot of good things", offensive coordinator Mike Shula said Tuesday. There are some guys on our team that would say yes.

Panthers second-year wide receiver Damiere Byrd is eligible to return from injured reserve in Week 13 versus the New Orleans Saints. He should be ready for the November 26 game against the New York Jets.

Samuel was a big part of Carolina's plan coming into the season as the slot receiver because of his speed and playmaking ability. He had 3 grabs for 23 yards against Atlanta on November 5 and followed it up with 5 catches for 45 yards against Miami on Monday night before the injury. In terms of position flexibility, McCaffrey might be closest to Samuel, who also played running back at Ohio State. "Guys coming in and doing their jobs and knowing their assignments".

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