Strange sight at Panthers practice Wednesday, as four quarterbacks took part for the first time since the preseason.
Jimmy Clausen was cleared by doctors after suffering a concussion, meaning he'll start Sunday at Cleveland barring a setback.
Also, Brian St.Pierre was able to throw some, after a bout of arm, shoulder and back soreness from his surprise start.
Coupled with Tony Pike and new practice squader Keith Null, the Panthers had more passers than they knew what to do with.
They also got RB Jonathan Stewart back on the practice field after he missed two weeks with a concussion, along with WR Brandon LaFell.
LG Travelle Wharton (toe) is still out of practice, along with backup Ss Marcus Hudson (ankle) and Jordan Pugh (hamstring).
-- Darin Gantt
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