Carolina Panthers rookie QB Matt Corral injured for a long time by a torn ligament on his foot.

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Carolina Panthers rookie quarterback Matt Corral most likely to be out of the game in 2022-23 due to what head coach Matt Rhule termed a "significant injury to the Lisfranc ligament tear.

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"I think it will be quite a while, and I'd guess it'll be quite a long time", Rhule said. Rhule declared on Saturday. "I'm certain it's an injury for the long term."

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Corral was injured by a left foot injury during the preseason game on Friday night against New England.

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A study from 2016 published that was published in American Journal of Sports Medicine discovered that NFL players who suffered from Lisfranc injurie

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that were treated without surgery missed on average 6.2 months recuperating, while those who had surgery, missed on average 11.6 months. 

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Rhule stated that Corral as well as his family members agents and team doctors are looking for the best solution. 

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Regarding the beginning quarterback fight in the battle between Baker Mayfield and Sam Darnold,  

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