Panthers tight end Greg Olsen limped off the field in the first half of Sunday’s game against the Bills with what the Panthers called a foot injury.
Olsen told reporters following Carolina’s 9-3 win he has a broken foot. Panthers coach Ron Rivera said Olsen will see a doctor on Monday to determine whether he needs surgery.
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Olsen, who has been to three straight Pro Bowls, is the only tight end in NFL history with three consecutive 1,000-yard receiving seasons. He had one catch for 10 yards at the time of Sunday’s injury as the Panthers held a 6-0 lead.
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