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  • Matt Corral: Not joining Pats' practice squad

    Corral won't sign with the Patriots' practice squad, contrary to previous reports, according to Doug Kyed of the Boston Herald. Kyed reported Tuesday that Corral was set to join New England's practice squad after he cleared waivers, but the second-year signal-caller either had a change of heart or the Patriots chose to go in a different direction. Either way, Corral will remain a free agent for now.
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  • Patriots' Matt Corral: Questionable for Week 1

    Corral (not injury-related) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Eagles, Evan Lazar of the Patriots' official website reports. Corral has been in New England for only eight days after being claimed off waivers from the Panthers at initial roster cuts. Bailey Zappe will get the promotion from the practice squad to back up Mac Jones if the team deems Corral not ready.
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  • Patriots' Matt Corral: Week 1 role TBD

    Coach Bill Belichick acknowledged Monday that he was unsure whether Corral would be ready to handle the Patriots' No. 2 QB duties in the team's season opener against the Eagles on Sunday, Mike Reiss of ESPN reports. The Patriots claimed Corral off waivers from the Panthers this past Thursday, so whether he's ready to assume the top backup role this weekend hinges on the 2022 third-rounder quickly absorbing the team's playbook. With that in mind, it's possible that the Patriots could elevate Bailey Zappe from their practice squad to serve as Mac Jones' Week 1 understudy.
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  • Panthers' Matt Corral: Hoping for No. 3 QB job

    Corral (foot) has gained weight since last year and will try to convince the Panthers to carry a third QB this season, Mike Kaye of The Charlotte Observer reports. The 2022 third-round pick missed his entire rookie season after having Lisfranc surgery in early September. He then saw the Panthers sign Andy Dalton and trade up for Bryce Young at No. 1 overall, leaving Corral and Jacob Eason to duke it out for the possibility of a No. 3 QB job. Coach Frank Reich said in early March that he wasn't sure about Corral's availability for OTAs, so it's possible the second-year QB doesn't practice until training camp.
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  • Panthers' Matt Corral: May not be ready for OTAs

    Head coach Frank Reich said Wednesday that Corral (foot) may miss the start of OTAs while he recovers from Lisfranc surgery, Darin Gantt of the Panthers' official site reports. Corral missed the entirety of his rookie season after undergoing surgery in early September. The Panthers originally maintained hope that Corral would be fully cleared ahead of the offseason program, but given the typical timeline associated with his recovery from surgery, the fact that the quarterback still hasn't been deemed 100 percent isn't overly surprising. Even if he sits out OTAs, Corral should still have a good chance at being ready to go for training camp, when he could be competing for anything between the starting role and the third spot on the depth chart. For the time being, Corral remains the only Carolina quarterback under contract for the upcoming season, but the Panthers will surely bring in some competition at the position via the trade or free-agent market or through the 2023 NFL Draft this offseason.
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  • Panthers' Matt Corral: Undergoes foot surgery

    Corral recently underwent successful surgery on his left foot and returned to Carolina's team facility Wednesday, Darin Gantt of the Panthers' official site reports. Corral is still likely to miss the entire 2022 campaign after being placed on injured reserve, but it's an encouraging sign to see him in good spirits following Lisfranc surgery. The rookie third-round pick faces a lengthly rehab but is expected to be healthy by next year's training camp. With Sam Darnold (ankle) and Baker Mayfield both set for free agency this offseason, it's possible Corral gets a chance to compete for the starting quarterback role in 2023, though Carolina will likely bring in competition via the daft or free agency.
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  • Panthers' Matt Corral: Ruled out for season

    Corral (foot) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, ruling him out for the 2022 season, Joe Person of The Athletic reports. Players placed on IR before the end of the preseason aren't eligible to return. Corral struggled in two exhibition appearances before suffering a Lisfranc injury, and he likely would've been a gameday inactive to start his career if he'd stayed healthy. The rookie third-round pick faces a lengthy rehab after Lisfranc surgery, but the Panthers won't need to rush him back and presumably will have other options at quarterback next year, be it Baker Mayfield, a rookie or a new veteran. The 23-year-old Corral gets a redshirt year and can only hope for a shot to compete for the top spot next offseason.
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  • Panthers' Matt Corral: Diagnosed with Lisfranc injury

    Corral has a Lisfranc injury in his left foot, David Newton of reports. Newton suggests it could be a season-ending injury after coach Matt Rhule used the term "significant." Corral, a rookie third-round pick, was expected to be the Panthers' No. 3 QB before he hurt his foot during Friday's preseason loss to New England. He struggled in his two appearances this preseason, completing 10 of 24 passes for 69 yards. P.J. Walker now has a much better shot to stick with the Panthers behind Baker Mayfield and Sam Darnold.
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  • Panthers' Matt Corral: Sustains foot injury Friday

    Corral suffered a foot injury during Friday's preseason loss in New England, Schuyler Callihan of reports. With Baker Mayfield and Sam Darnold sitting out the Panthers' second exhibition, P.J. Walker and Corral split the workload at quarterback. Walker handled the first and third quarters, while Corral got the second and was expected to take the fourth before limping off the field and getting ruled out in the waning minutes of the contest. Overall, Corral completed nine of 15 passes for 58 yards and recorded three carries for six yards before his departure. The severity of his injury is unknown, but it could impact his ability to be available for the team's third preseason outing next Friday against the Bills.
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  • Panthers' Matt Corral: Falls to third on depth chart

    Corral will enter training camp as the Panthers' No. 3 quarterback after Carolina acquired Baker Mayfield from the Browns on Wednesday, Ellis L. Williams of The Charlotte Observer reports. Carolina traded up into the third round to select Corral this spring, just one offseason after trading for incumbent starter Sam Darnold. Now with Mayfield in the fold, he and Darnold will compete for the team's first-string job, a development that seemingly reduces Corral's chances of playing early on during his rookie campaign. However, with both Mayfield and Darnold on expiring contracts, Corral still looks to be an important piece of the Panthers' future, as his development during the upcoming season could affect the organization's decisions at the position moving forward.
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  • Panthers' Matt Corral: Pegged by QB-needy Carolina

    The Panthers selected Corral in the third round of the 2022 NFL Draft, 94th overall. Corral (6-foot-2, 212 pounds) was a highly successful starter at Mississippi in college, posting some of the best dual-threat production nationwide while leading one of the country's highest-scoring offenses. Corral is a bit small to be doing much running in the NFL, though, and his abilities as a passer at the NFL level are up in the air at best. He'll compete with Sam Darnold for the chance to start for Carolina in 2022, though the latter should probably be considered the favorite for now.
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