SPARTANBURG, S.C. -- The Carolina Panthers suffered their second serious injury in less than a week as cornerback Ross Cockrell went down with a fractured left tibia and fibula. Cockrell was screaming and holding his left leg on what would be the last play of practice on Monday. He collided with wide receiver Torrey Smith in the end zone and could be overheard screaming that his "leg is broke'' as players gathered around and took a knee. The Panthers will wait until after Cockrell undergoes surgery before establishing a timetable for his return. "To hear a grown man scream, you know it's not good,'' rookie cornerback Donte Jackson said. The scene was similar to what happened on Saturday, when starting right tackle Daryl Williams went to the ground screaming with what would turn out to be a torn MCL and dislocated patella. "Ross was doing some really good things,'' coach Ron Rivera said before the full...



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