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  • Panthers' Xavier Woods: Misses three games

    Woods finished the regular season with 61 tackles (39 solo), two interceptions on seven passes defended and one fumble recovery in 14 games. Woods missed a few weeks with a hamstring injury, yet his tackle output was still below his career average per game. On the bright side, he managed a pair of interceptions after not securing any in 2022. The 28-year-old is slated to return to the Panthers in 2024, the final year under his current contract.
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  • Panthers' Xavier Woods: Good to go for Week 16

    Woods (illness) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Packers. Woods was battling an illness that spread through Carolina's locker room earlier in the week, but he practiced without limitations Friday after being limited Wednesday and Thursday. He'll occupy his usual starting free safety role Sunday against the Packers.
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  • Panthers' Xavier Woods: Playing through illness Sunday

    Woods (illness) is active for Sunday's game against the Falcons, Darin Gantt of the Panthers' official site reports. Woods was a late addition to the Panthers' injury report Friday after picking up an illness, but he'll suit up for Sunday's NFC South showdown. He's played every defensive snap over his last five games and has accumulated 21 tackles and an interception over that span.
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  • Panthers' Xavier Woods: Questionable with illness

    Woods (illness) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game versus the Falcons. What kind of illness Woods is dealing with is unclear at this point, but in any case, his availability for Week 15 is now in jeopardy. If he can't go Sunday, one of Sam Franklin (illness) or Alex Cook would be in line to start in Woods' place.
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  • Panthers' Xavier Woods: Snags pick versus Tampa Bay

    Woods recorded three tackles (one solo), a pass deflection and an interception in Sunday's 21-17 loss to the Buccaneers. Woods had a solid outing during Carolina's loss as he managed to snag his first interception of the season. The 2017 sixth-round pick will now look to build upon this strong performance during the upcoming matchup versus the Saints.
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  • Panthers' Xavier Woods: Ready to go for Week 11

    Woods (thigh) is active for Sunday's matchup with the Cowboys, Darin Gantt of the Panthers' official website reports. Woods was able to log a full practice Friday after being limited with a thigh injury to open the week and he's now ready to go for Sunday's matchup with Dallas. The safety has recorded 18 tackles and a fumble recovery over Carolina's last three games.
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  • Panthers' Xavier Woods: Ready for Thursday Night Football

    Woods (groin) is active for Thursday's matchup against the Bears, Mike Kaye of The Charlotte Observer reports. Woods was sidelined earlier in the season due to a hamstring issue, and he reappeared on the injury report prior to Thursday's contest with a groin injury. However, he'll be prepared to suit up and will help a Panthers defense that is getting healthier thanks to the return of fellow safety Vonn Bell (quadriceps).
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  • Panthers' Xavier Woods: Won't play at Miami

    Woods (hamstring) is listed as out for Sunday's game at the Dolphins. Woods will sit out a third consecutive game as he recovers from a hamstring injury he sustained in Week 3 at Seattle. With Vonn Bell (quadriceps) also listed as out, Sam Franklin and rookie fifth-rounder Jammie Robinson will likely be heavily involved in Carolina's defensive backfield in Week 6.
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  • Panthers' Xavier Woods: Still not back at practice

    Woods (hamstring) did not participate at practice Wednesday, Darin Gantt of the Panthers' official site reports. Woods' absence from practice Wednesday is no big surprise after it was reported last week that he could miss four to six weeks. He looks to be on track to miss a second consecutive game in Week 5.
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  • Panthers' Xavier Woods: Won't return Sunday

    Woods has been ruled out for the rest of Sunday's game against the Seahawks with a hamstring injury, David Newton of reports. The Panthers will now turn to Sam Franklin to take additional snaps at safety with Woods out for the rest of Sunday's contest and Jammie Robinson (coach's decision) ruled out before kickoff. Woods registered one tackle before exiting the game.
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  • Panthers' Xavier Woods: Dressing for Week 15

    Woods (knee) is active for Sunday's game against the Steelers. After sitting out last week's win over the Seahawks due to the knee injury, Woods checks back into the lineup after he practiced on a limited basis Wednesday and Thursday before upgrading to full activity Friday. Though the Panthers ultimately listed him as questionable heading into Sunday, Woods will suit up and shouldn't have any limitations in his return. The fact that Carolina chose to place another safety (Juston Burris) on the inactive list supports the notion that Woods isn't expected to face any restrictions.
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  • Panthers' Xavier Woods: Questionable to return

    Woods is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Broncos with a knee injury, Schuyler Callihan of reports. Woods recorded five tackles before exiting with a knee injury at some point during Sunday's contest. With fellow safeties Myles Hartsfield (ankle) and Juston Burris (coach's decision) both inactive, Sam Franklin and Sean Chandler should see increased usage alongside Jeremy Chinn for the time being.
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  • Panthers' Xavier Woods: Eight tackles in win

    Woods recorded eight tackles (six solo) while deflecting a pass in Thursday's 25-15 win over the Falcons. Woods continued his steady increase in production Thursday, raising his weekly tackle total for the fifth consecutive game. The safety was also able to register his third pass deflection of the campaign while playing every defensive snap in the contest.
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  • Panthers' Xavier Woods: Not playing Sunday

    Woods (hamstring) is inactive Sunday against the 49ers, Steve Reed of the Associated Press reports. Woods' inability to play will put the Panthers down both their starting safeties, as Jeremy Chinn (hamstring) was placed on IR on Wednesday. Juston Burris and Myles Hartsfield will likely get the starts in their absence.
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  • Panthers' Xavier Woods: Leads team in tackles

    Woods finished with 10 tackles (two solo) in Sunday's 26-24 loss to the Browns. Woods played all but one snap in his Panthers debut. In addition to leading Carolina in tackles, he also defended a pass. That performance helps his stock ahead of Week 2's matchup versus the Giants.
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  • Panthers' Xavier Woods: Bolsters Carolina's secondary

    Woods signed a three-year deal with the Panthers on Monday, Josina Anderson of CBS Sports reports. Woods joins the third team of his professional career, having already spent four seasons in Dallas and his last in Minnesota. He's picked off multiple passes in three of his five seasons, and he now figures to immediately slot in at free safety in Carolina.
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  • Vikings' Xavier Woods: Continues with every-down role

    Woods notched eight tackles (three solo) during Sunday's divisional loss to the Lions. Woods hasn't yet missed a single defensive snap through 12 appearances this season. The veteran safety already has 74 total tackles on the season, so it's possible that he creeps over his career-high mark of 77 stops with a strong performance against the Steelers on Thursday.
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  • Vikings' Xavier Woods: Tallies 10 tackles

    Woods recorded 10 tackles in Sunday's loss to the Browns. Woods tied for the team lead in tackles and did not leave the field for any defensive snaps. He has been very productive in coverage to start the season, logging three defended passes and an interception. Sunday's performance marked his highest tackle total in a contest on the campaign.
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  • Vikings' Xavier Woods: Snags interception against Arizona

    Woods had four total tackles and an interception in Sunday's loss at Arizona. Woods had a strong game in coverage as he allowed just one reception on two targets for three yards, according to Pro Football Focus. It was just his fifth career interception. While he may not produce many interceptions or sacks for fantasy purposes, he's added a needed steady presence in the secondary.
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  • Vikings' Xavier Woods: Sits out with minor injury

    Woods did not play in Saturday's preseason loss to the Colts due to "a little nick," head coach Mike Zimmer told the Minneapolis Star Tribune. It sounds like a minor injury, but it's worth monitoring Woods' health before the regular season. Woods will start at safety opposite Harrison Smith as part of a reconfigured Vikings secondary and add a needed veteran presence after the young unit struggled last year.
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