The Panthers are promoting wide receiver Mose Frazier from the practice squad to the active roster. Frazier will take the roster spot of Thomas Davis, who is serving a one-game suspension.
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It’s possible that Frazier could not only dress, but he may also see some playing time. Fellow wide receiver Russell Shepard is listed as questionable with a shoulder injury, leaving a void near the top of the team’s WR group. If Shepard cannot go, Brenton Bersin, Kaelin Clay, and Damiere Byrd will all move up a spot to support Devin Funchess, leaving Frazier as the WR5.
Frazier, 24, first entered the league as a UDFA with the Broncos in 2016. Since then, he has bounced around a bit, but he has been exclusively with the Panthers since January.
For his collegiate career at Memphis, Frazier totaled 135 catches for 1,599 yards and eight touchdowns in 38 games.
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