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This Week Outlook
Jeremy Chinn has been ruled out for Week 9, per interim head coach Steve Wilks.
Chinn has yet to be designated to return from injured reserve by the team. The Panthers’ safety has not played since Week 3 after suffering a hamstring injury. The team is hopeful they will get Chinn back in Week 10 against Atlanta.
Panthers' stud safety Jeremy Chinn is officially active for their Week 10 matchup against the Buccaneers.
Chinn's impressive rookie campaign came to a halt after he was forced to sit out Week 9 with a knee injury but will take the field after being listed as questionable throughout the week. Even after missing a game, Chinn still leads all rookies in tackles by a comfortable margin and is an excellent option in IDP leagues.
Panthers rookie safety Jeremy Chinn (knee) is inactive for Week 9 against the Chiefs.
This is a noticeable loss for Carolina as the 2020 second-round pick has played very well this year. Chinn's absence is an upgrade for Patrick Mahomes, Tyreek Hill, Travis Kelce, and Mecole Hardman.
Carolina Panthers rookie S Jeremy Chinn returned to practice in full capacity after being limited earlier in Week 4 with a hip injury.
Carolina's 2020 second-round pick has been a welcome addition to a defense in a full-on rebuild. Chinn has played nearly every snap since the season started.
The Carolina Panthers have selected safety Jeremy Chinn with the No. 64 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft after acquiring the pick from the Seattle Seahawks.
A freakish athlete with a 41” vertical at a position of need for Carolina as the Panthers trade up to No. 64 overall to select the safety out of Southern Illinois. Chinn is 6'3”, 221 pounds, and ran a 4.45 40-yard dash with 20 bench reps at the combine. He is extremely versatile with great coverage ability, and should get an opportunity to play immediately for the Panthers.