Delhomme Leaves Panthers Win with Injury

Members of the Carolina Panthers training staff attend to quarterback Jake Delhomme, center, after he was injured

The news was not all good for the Panthers Sunday.  The Panthers defeated NFC South rival Atlanta 27-20 at the Georgia Dome, but starting quarterback Jake Delhomme left the game with an apparent elbow injury.  Delhomme left the game late in the third quarter with the scored tied 17-17.  He was originally hurt when he was sacked by Atlanta’s John Abraham but continued to play.  Delhomme later grabbed his elbow after a pass and had to leave the game.  Backup quarterback David Carr was 3-for-4 for 56 yards and engineered two scoring drives for the Panthers.  Delhomme will be evaluated today.  Linebacker Dan Morgan also left the game with a hamstring injury. 

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