MONDAY AFTERNOON UPDATE:
The news was mixed on the MRIs received by the Panthers' offensive linemen.
Panthers coach Ron Rivera said left tackle Byron Bell has a bruised elbow and will be reevaluated Wednesday, but indicated the injury wasn't as bad as feared.
Rookie right guard Trai Turner has a sprained ankle and sprained knee -- both to his left leg -- and will miss Sunday's game against Seattle. Rivera said Turner's status is week-to-week.
Also, left guard Amini Silatolu, who missed Sunday's loss at Green Bay with a strained calf, said he remains day-to-day and was uncertain whether he would play against the Seahawks.
Rivera said running back DeAngelo Williams, who has missed two games with a high ankle sprain, could return to practice Wednesday in some capacity.
The Panthers are awaiting the MRI results of two starters from their already depleted offensive line.
Left tackle Byron Bell (elbow) and right guard Trai Turner (ankle, knee) both went for MRIs on Monday morning after going down with injuries in Sunday's 38-17 loss to Green Bay.
Reserve linebacker Jason Williams (groin) also was scheduled to undergo an MRI.
Panthers coach Ron Rivera would not speculate on the severity of the injuries.
The Panthers already were without left guard Amini Silatolu, who missed Sunday's game with a strained calf.
If Silatolu remains sidelined this week, Rivera said the Panthers would activate Chris Scott, who was signed to the practice squad last week. Scott started eight games last season, but was among the final roster cuts in August.
The Panthers played a pair of undrafted rookies against the Packers as a result of the injuries. Rivera said guard Andrew Norwell played well in his first action, while tackle David Foucault bounced back after getting beaten twice.