The Panthers have to hold their breath for the first time this offseason, as LB Thomas Davis walked off the field with a trainer following a spill on the practice field.
Davis was backpedaling during an individual drill when he slipped and went to the ground. Moments later, he walked off the field with head trainer Ryan Vermillion. There was no update from the team on his condition, though there was a sense that the injury wasn't major.
Davis has come back remarkably quickly from last year's torn ACL, and recently ran a 4.47-second 40-yard dash during the team's testing day.
-- QB Tony Pike finally made it back to work. He's been sidelined the first two weeks of OTAs by a rule that prohibits players from schools on the quarter system from joining their teams until their class graduates.
Pike finished up his exams and got here, just in time to be thrown into no-huddle drills.
He's noticeably behind, but they're confident the sixth-rounder can catch up quickly.
— Darin Gantt