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Jermaine Carter: Panthers have to practice against one of least-vaccinated teams in the Colts

Mike Florio and Chris Simms both see the Zach Wilson-Jets contract standoff as only a bad thing for New York as the franchise tries to get its rookie QB under contract.

Panthers linebacker Jermaine Carter is well aware that when Carolina and Indianapolis get together for a joint practice, he and his teammates are going to be exposed to one of the least-vaccinated teams in the NFL.

Carter tweeted today in response to a tweet from Panthers employee Bill Voth, who noted that Carter’s girlfriend and their newborn attended training camp today, but they had to have a fence and 20 feet between them because of COVID-19 protocols. Carter pointed out that he won’t have any such distance from unvaccinated players on the Colts.

“I can’t see my vaccinated family but I can practice against one of the least vaccinated teams. I’ll see you in a couple weeks baby girl,” Carter tweeted.

The Colts and the Washington Football Team are believed to have the two lowest vaccination rates in the NFL.