Panthers' CMC day-to-day with shoulder injury

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey could be sidelined again after suffering a right shoulder injury late in Sunday’s 33-31 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.

“As of right now he is listed as day-to-day,” coach Matt Rhule said on Monday as he began preparing for Tampa Bay.

Rhule declined to expand, citing respect for McCaffrey’s privacy.

The injury came with 1:10 remaining in the game when safety Daniel Sorensen slammed McCaffrey to the ground near the sideline after a 1-yard catch. McCaffrey immediately left the game, and team trainers began checking the shoulder.

McCaffrey returned for one more play with nine seconds left but was not made available to the media afterward as he underwent treatment. He was scheduled for tests on the shoulder Monday morning.

Sunday was the first game for the NFL’s highest-paid back after he missed six in a row with a high ankle sprain suffered in a Week 2 loss at Tampa Bay.

McCaffrey made his presence felt with 69 yards and a touchdown on 18 carries and 82 yards and a touchdown on 10 catches. He played 71% of the snaps, with Mike Davis,

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