Charlotte, NC – Jordan Mack became the first member of the Carolina Panther, who abandoned the 2020 season due to problems with COVID-19, according to NBC Charlotte.
Mack is an undisciplined free agent working for the University of Virginia.
He joins about two dozen players around the NFL to give up the season.
On Tuesday, veteran players arrived at Uptown Charlotte Training Camp to begin COVID-19 testing week. Last week, the newcomers were tested.
The Panthers have also announced that Panther Michael Palardi will miss the 2020 season due to ACL tears.
The team recently signed former South Carolina player Joseph Charlton.