Steve Smith Feelin' Good

GLENDALE, AZ - NOVEMBER 01: Wide reciever Steve Smith #89 of the Carolina Panthers during the NFL game against the Arizona Cardinals at the Universtity of Phoenix Stadium on November 1, 2009 in Glendale, Arizona. The Panthers defeated the Cardinals 34-21. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

Great news Panthers fans; Carolina Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith was spotted participating with the team in practice on Wednesday — a sure sign that Smith will be active on gameday against the visiting San Francisco 49ers.

I love to play, but I have to be healthy. I feel like I’m healthy. I’m out of the boot and I don’t have much pain so I’m able to move around. So I feel good. –Wide Receiver Steve Smith

Unfortuantely, I am unable to embed the vid here from Carolina’s website, so you’ll have to check it out here.

As we know already, Matt Moore will be starting at quarterback against San Fran, so it’ll be a reunion of sorts for the two players.

So now I suppose the question will be, which other two receivers will start on Sunday? Carolina has a few at it’s disposal: David Clowney, Devin Thomas, David Gettis, and Brandon LaFell.

Keep it here; later this week we’ll have another edition of “Through the Enemy’s Eyes.”

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  • John

    Gettis for sure. Maybe Thomas if he has gotten some plays down. LaFell just doesn’t impress me at this point. The more I see him play the more I think he needs a year. At least Thomas has some experience and a couple of TDs to his credit. I would like to see them work Armanti in a few plays and not just behind center.

    • Eric Quackenbush

      I read something somewhere too, about Thomas having formidable size; the size that makes defenses respect the receiver. So we’ll see what happens. Ultimately (like everyone), I want to see the guys who are most prepared both with knowledge of the playbook and who have performed well during practice.