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2023 Receiving

Receiving Yards
Average Yards per Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Longest Reception
Regular Season 7 58 8.3 0 12

Top Terrace Marshall Jr. News

  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Larger role Sunday

    Marshall caught five of eight targets for 35 yards in Sunday's 37-27 loss to the Seahawks.

    Marshall saw his playing time increase after rookie Jonathan Mingo (concussion) was knocked out of the contest. By featuring for nearly 60 percent of Carolina's offensive snaps, Marshall set a new personal best in single-game receptions while garnering the second-most targets of his career. His outlook for Week 4's matchup versus the Vikings figures to be impacted by Mingo's status.

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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Not targeted Monday

    Marshall was not targeted in Monday night's 20-17 loss to the Saints.

    Marshall, who led Carolina's wideouts in snaps Week 1, was pushed down the depth chart with DJ Chark making his season debut. His addition led to Marshall playing under 40 percent of the offensive downs, trailing rookie Jonathan Mingo, Adam Thielen and Chark. In a limited passing game thus far, Marshall's fourth receiver role doesn't seem to carry much fantasy upside.

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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Catches two passes

    Marshall caught two of six targets for 23 yards in Sunday's 24-10 loss to the Falcons.

    Marshall overcame a back injury to suit up and ultimately lead Carolina's receivers in snaps. Featuring on 90 percent of the offensive plays, Marshall tied for second in targets, trailing tight end Hayden Hurst's seven. Although his production wasn't anything special, Marshall's usage with DJ Chark (hamstring) sidelined was encouraging. He could remain regularly involved alongside rookie Jonathan Mingo even when Chark returns to his place in the starting lineup with Adam Thielen.

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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Cleared to play, could start

    Marshall (back) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game in Atlanta, while fellow Panthers wide receiver DJ Chark (hamstring) has been ruled out.

    Marshall missed two weeks of practice in mid-to-late August and was a limited participant Wednesday and Thursday, but he'll be out there Sunday and quite possibly starting after the final injury report brought promising developments. In addition to Marshall's upgrade to full participation and no game designation, Chark's upcoming absence means there's not much competition on the roster for deep perimeter routes/targets. Rookie Jonathan Mingo is expected to spend a lot of time in the slot, and 33-year-old Adam Thielen (ankle) isn't exactly a burner even when he's fully healthy (rather than listed as questionable). There's a nice opportunity ahead for Marshall, Mingo and possibly Laviska Shenault -- even more so if Thielen joins Chark on the inactive list ahead of a 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff Sunday.

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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Another limited practice

    Marshall (back) practice in a limited capacity Thursday, Darin Gantt of the Panthers' official site reports.

    While Marshall maintained his activity level from Wednesday, fellow wide receiver Adam Thielen (ankle) did not, as he joined DJ Chark (hamstring) as a non-participant. If one or both of Thielen and Chark have to sit out Sunday in Atlanta, Marshall could have an elevated role alongside rookie Jonathan Mingo, assuming the former gains clearance to play.

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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Still limited at practice Wednesday

    Marshall (back) was a limited participant at practice Wednesday.

    Marshall's status for Sunday's game in Atlanta is still up in the air while he works his way back from a back injury that he sustained in an Aug. 14 practice. He'll still have two more chances to upgrade to full participation in practice, but if Marshall can't go Sunday, rookie Jonathan Mingo will likely be one of the largest beneficiaries in terms of snaps.

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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Practices in limited fashion

    Marshall (back) returned to practice Tuesday as a limited participant, David Newton of reports.

    Coach Frank Reich said Marshall didn't participate fully but that his reps were "enough... a good first step," per Augusta Stone of the Panthers' official site. DJ Chark (hamstring) did rehab work Tuesday, while Laviska Shenault (concussion) was able to take the field in a red non-contact jersey. If Marshall manages to return for Week 1's match against the Falcons but Chark remains sidelined, he could start the season as one of Carolina's top three wideouts.

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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Expected to miss a few weeks

    Marshall (back) is expected to miss a few weeks, Joe Person of The Athletic reports.

    Marshall was injured in practice earlier in the week and is now likely to miss the remainder of the preseason. His status for Week 1 may also be in jeopardy, considering the season opener is in 24 days. With Marshall sidelined, rookie Jonathan Mingo should open the season as a starter alongside Adam Thielen and DJ Chark.

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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Won't play Friday

    Marshall (back) has been ruled out for Friday's preseason matchup against the Giants, Augusta Stone of the Panthers' official site reports.

    Head coach Frank Reich said the Panthers are "still evaluating" the extent of Marshall's back injury. The third-year player looks like the No. 4 wideout on the depth chart at the moment, so every remaining practice rep ahead of Week 1 will be crucial for any chance of Marshall handling a meaningful role in the season opener.

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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Leaves practice on cart

    Marshall (undisclosed) left Monday's practice on a cart, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

    Marshall rode in the front seat of a cart while leaving the field Monday, and Mike Kaye of The Charlotte Observer reports that the departure didn't seem very notable. That paints a somewhat less alarming picture than Schefter's report of Marshall being carted off the field, but the third-year wideout's health will still need to be monitored. Marshall operated as Carolina's No. 4 wideout during Saturday's preseason opener against the Jets.

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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Dealing with back injury

    Coach Frank Reich said Monday that Marshall "tweaked a little something in his back" prior to leaving Monday's practice in a cart, Darin Gantt of the Panthers' official site reports.

    Reich's statement clarifies the nature of Marshall's injury. After being blanked in Saturday's preseason opener against the Jets on both a personal and team level, Marshall will look to recover in time to play in Carolina's next preseason game Friday against the Giants.

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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Opens preseason as WR4

    Marshall wasn't targeted in Saturday's 27-0 preseason loss to the Jets.

    Marshall didn't start the game but checked in on the team's second possession while starting quarterback Bryce Young was still in the game. While Marshall didn't gain any ground on Adam Thielen, DJ Chark or rookie second-round pick Jonathan Mingo for a potential starting spot, none of those receivers posted multiple catches in this game, so Marshall could still make a push for a larger role with a strong performance against the Giants in Carolina's second preseason game.

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  • Panthers' Terrace Marshall: Excelling in practices

    Marshall has "really surged over the last four practices" and was one of Carolina's standouts at the team's in-stadium practice Wednesday night, Mike Kaye of The Charlotte Observer reports.

    The 2021 second-round pick previously earned praise from coaches and beat writers during the offseason program and seems to have continued the momentum into training camp. Despite catching only 45 passes for 628 yards and one TD through 27 career games, Marshall comes with some third-year-breakout potential in an offense that has a new playcaller (head coach Frank Reich) and a new quarterback (first overall pick Bryce Young). It helps that Marshall is one of the youngest players from his draft class, having turned 23 in June, though he'll still have to battle for snaps after the Panthers signed Adam Thielen and DJ Chark in March and drafted Jonathan Mingo in April. Chark's presence, in particular, could be a significant obstacle for Marshall, considering both are tall, fast receivers who primarily run routes downfield from outside alignments.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-2, 200 lbs
Birthplace: Bossier City, LA
Age: 23
School: LSU
Experience: 3