Panthers' Kasay questionable with groin injury
From the Associated Press:
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Carolina Panthers kicker John Kasay is questionable for Sunday's game at New Orleans after missing a second consecutive practice with a groin injury.
Kickoff specialist Rhys Lloyd likely would attempt field goals and extra points if Kasay misses his first game since 2004.
Fullback Brad Hoover won't play against the Saints because of a high ankle sprain. Backup Tony Fiammetta (concussion) missed his third consecutive practice Friday and is questionable.
Wide receiver Muhsin Muhammad is listed as questionable, but he's expected to sit out a second consecutive game with a knee injury. Running back Jonathan Stewart (Achilles' tendon) is questionable, but he practiced.