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Carr Says He’ll Be Healthy Next Game


Panthers quarterback David Carr says he’s 100-percent sure he’ll be healthy for the team’s next game against Indianapolis a week from Sunday.  The recently signed 43-year-old Vinny Testaverde started the last game, leading the team to victory in Arizona.  Carr sat out with back spasms.  Coach John Fox wouldn’t commit to a healthy Carr as the starter when speaking with reporters Tuesday.  Fox said he had options and would continue to evaluate the situation.  Both players admit they want to be the starter, but neither is willing to fuel what some would call a quarterback controversy.  Carr says he was happy to see Testaverde do well and help the team win.  Testaverde says he’ll fill whatever role he’s asked to.  Original starting quarterback Jake Delhomme suffered a season-ending elbow injury in Week Three.  Reserve running back Nick Goings has missed the past two games with a concussion, but believes he may be able to play in the Panthers’ next game.  The 4-and-2 Panthers have a bye this week and are tied for first place in the NFC South with Tampa Bay. 

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