Training camps around the league are only a few days old, but team’s are already feeling the impact on their season in the form of injuries.

On Monday, Carolina Panthers cornerback Ross Cockrell was carted off the field with a left leg injury, according to the Charlotte Observer. Cockrell apparently collided with receiver Torrey Smith and went down.

“My leg is broke,” Cockrell yelled out.

Carolina coach Ron Rivera then ended practice.

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Cockrell appeared in 16 games for the New York Giants last season, intercepting three passes with 11 pass breakups. 

But the Panthers weren’t the only team down a man at practice this morning, the Denver Broncos saw second-year pro left tackle Garrett Bolles suffer an apparent injury and get carted off the field, according to 9News. Bolles is being evaluated for a concussion.

Bolles started at left tackle for the Broncos all 16 games last season.

The Los Angeles Chargers didn’t even get to the practice portion of their training camp before losing a player for the season.

Cornerback Jason Verrett suffered a torn Achilles during his conditioning test Friday. Verrett has appeared in five games since 2016 because of knee injuries.