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Draft Scout *Greg Olsen News
10/17/18 - TE Greg Olsen reported no problems in the aftermath of his first game back from a foot injury.
Head coach Ron Rivera said he sees no reason for restrictions on his snaps in games, but it will be normal for some of his practice time to be limited.
10/15/18 - TE Greg Olsen returned on Sunday after missing three games with a broken foot. He caught four passes for 48 yards against the Redskins, and head coach Ron Rivera thought he was in good shape physically the next day. "Greg looked like he responded well to having played as much as he did," Rivera said. "He played a little bit more than I thought he ws going to. He looked a little tentative initially in the game, but you saw at the end of the game, he started getting heated up and playing really well."
10/14/18 - TE Greg Olsen is listed as active for Sunday's game at the Washington Redskins, the team announced. The Panthers officially listed Olsen as questionable for Sunday's game, which marks the three-time Pro Bowl selection's return to game action after sustaining a fractured right foot in a season-opening 16-8 win over the Dallas Cowboys. Olsen missed nine games last season with a similar injury to the same foot. However, the screw that was placed in his foot to help the injury heal prevented this break from being as problematic.
10/12/18 - TE Greg Olsen is expected to be back in the lineup for Sunday's game at the Washington Redskins. The Panthers officially listed Olsen as questionable for Sunday's game, but coach Ron Rivera expressed confidence that the veteran tight end will be on the field against the Redskins. Rivera told the Charlotte Observer on Friday that Olsen would have been listed as probable if the league still used such an injury designation. Olsen practiced fully Thursday for the first time since he suffered a fractured right foot in a season-opening 16-8 win over the Dallas Cowboys.
10/11/18 - TE Greg Olsen could be back in the lineup for Sunday's game at the Washington Redskins. Olsen practiced fully Thursday for the first time since he suffered a fractured right foot in a season-opening 16-8 win over the Dallas Cowboys. Panthers offensive coordinator Norv Turner told ESPN that Olsen was on target to rejoin the lineup after practicing in soggy conditions Thursday. "If I can practice in this (rain), when the game (day) is here I should be great," said Olsen.