posted on Oct, 10 2004 @ 09:00 PM
Carolina running back DeShaun Foster broke his collarbone in the Panthers' game against Denver on Sunday, an injury his coach said will keep him out
for an extended period of time.
Foster was starting his third straight game in place of Stephen Davis , who was declared inactive with a knee injury. When Foster left, the Panthers
were down to two fullbacks, Nick Goings and Brad Hoover, who had three carries between them this season.
Goings ran for 22 yards and Hoover had 21 in Carolina's 20-17 loss.
Foster has 59 carries for 255 yards this season.
Davis hurt himself after the first game. He made the trip to Denver, but coach John Fox said he didn't look ready to go in warmups, so he decided to
make him inactive.