CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -Carolina Panthers cornerback Chris Gamble is doubtful for Sunday's game against New Orleans with a broken right thumb, while linebacker Thomas Davis is questionable after missing practice Friday with a foot injury.
Coach John Fox provided no details on Davis, who starts at outside linebacker. Davis practiced the previous two days.
Gamble was injured in last Sunday's loss at Green Bay. He underwent surgery on Tuesday, and Fox said there is a chance Gamble could play with a cast.
``He's feeling better each day. It's just a matter of some of the pain subsiding,'' Fox said. ``We've had guys play with casts before.''
If Gamble can't play, Richard Marshall would likely start.
Running back DeShaun Foster (toe) and defensive tackle Damione Lewis (shoulder) practiced for a second straight day Friday and are listed as probable.

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