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Smitty's foot infection

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Something to worry about? Heard that Mortenson turd is calling it a staph infection. Not sure how long they last, but it would fugging suck if he misses any regular season games.

If so, Murphy and Lafell will have to step up unbelievably considering tutu armanti are bad and pilares seems to be solid but doesnt look like hes developed into a consistent starting/slot role.

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Staph should go away in a few weeks, I wouldn't be too worried.

Also, I think our running game should destroy the Saints* week 1 if he misses any games.

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Staph should go away in a few weeks, I wouldn't be too worried.

Also, I think our running game should destroy the Saints** week 1 if he misses any games.

Can't wait to play the BUCS week 1.

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Oh poo even a better match up. Regardless, it will be a trash divisional team we're up against

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Steve Smith is on crutches at Panthers camp nursing his left foot infection.

We should note that ESPN's Chris Mortensen referred to it as a "staph infection" on Thursday night's NFL 32. Coach Ron Rivera acknowledged Smith would be listed as "out" if there were a regular season game today. The Panthers are treating the infection with antibiotics and "monitoring" the swelling. We're not worrying yet, but this looks like a situation worth tracking.

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If so, Murphy and Lafell will have to step up unbelievably considering tutu armanti and pilares are pretty bad.

Just out of curiosity, what have you seen from Pilares to indicate he is "pretty bad"?

Granted, he's had few opportunities, but he has always performed well when given a chance.

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i hope this doesn't turn into another 2006 where smith is "any day now don't worry" until the opener and then whoops he's going to miss two weeks.

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Steve missed the first two games of the season 4 years ago and it worked out just fine. I would expect him to be ready but it's not a huge deal.

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just can't see where this is a big deal...foot gets infected+ he gets anti-biotics +get a bit of a rest=he comes back fresh

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Meh, Reed tweeted yesterday that he got the impression from talking to Hurney that Steve would be out in days not weeks or months.

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