Reports: Safety Delmas tears ACL
Veteran also missed majority of 2014 season with knee injury
PEMBROKE PARK, Fla. – Ten months after an ACL injury cost him most of the 2014 season, Dolphins safety Louis Delmas suffered another knee injury on Wednesday.
Initial reports are that Delmas tore his ACL.
During a joint practice with the Carolina Panthers, Delmas went down with a non-contact injury.
The safety was carted off the field in Spartanburg, South Carolina. The knee that was the same that Delmas hurt last year.
Earlier in the same session, Panthers wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin was carted off with an apparent knee injury. The former FSU star also was hurt during a non-contact move.
Benjamin was a breakout star during his first season in the NFL.
The Dolphins and Panthers have one more practice together Thursday.
The two teams play a preseason game Saturday night.
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