The Panthers were already without their All-Pro right tackle for at least half the season.
Now they’re going to be without their something-less-than-All-Pro left tackle for a bit.
The Panthers announced that Matt Kalil was going to get an arthroscopic procedure on his right knee after consulting with Dr. James Andrews yesterday.
“After consulting with Dr. Andrews, the decision was made to perform an arthroscopic procedure on Matt’s knee,” Panthers head athletic trainer Ryan Vermillion said in a statement released by the team. “He will be evaluated on a weekly basis.”
When a team goes “week-to-week” instead of “day-to-day,” you know it’s reasonably serious, and sets the stage for the Panthers to open the season without their projected starting…