Matt Corral suffers possible season-ending injury per Panthers’ head coach
Carolina Panthers quarterback Matt Corral is likely out for the season after suffering a Lisfranc injury in Friday night’s game against the New England Patriots.
Reports say Panthers’ head coach Matt Rhule has told media the rookie quarterback has a “significant” Lisfranc injury.
Rhule announces that Matt Corral tore his lisfranc. pic.twitter.com/xf7pvngJ36
— Carolina Blitz (@KeepBlitzin) August 20, 2022
Corral injured his left foot in the fourth quarter against the Patriots and had to be helped off the field; he did not come back. After hurting his left foot, the rookie QB sat out the final two series of the 20-10 preseason loss to the Patriots.
After having X-rays when he came off the field, Corral did not address the media after the game. He put on a walking boot and limped out of the changing room.
We will update this story as more information becomes available.
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