Anyone catch this? Panthers WR Smith questionable for opener NFL.com wire reports CHARLOTTE, N.C. (Sept. 6, 2006) -- Carolina Panthers All-Pro receiver Steve Smith has more hamstring trouble and is questionable for the Sept. 10 season oener game against Atlanta. Smith, who missed 17 days of training camp with a strained left hamstring, did not practice because of pain in his right hamstring. Coach John Fox said Smith suffered the injury in practice Sept. 5. "He tweaked his other hamstring and we rested him today," Fox said. "We'll see how he looks tomorrow." Smith injured his left hamstring during the second practice of training camp July 29. He missed more than two weeks with the injury before returning to practice on a limited basis. Smith was then sidelined another week with an ingrown toenail that required stitches, and did not play in any of Carolina's four preseason games. "He practiced 10 times and he's in great physical condition," Fox said. "We're just taking it slow, but he had a little setback." Smith was the league's top receiver last season with 103 catches for 1,563 yards and 12 touchdowns, becoming the first player since Sterling Sharpe in 1992 to lead the NFL in all three categories. He shared the Comeback Player of the Year award with New England linebacker Tedy Bruschi. Keary Colbert or Drew Carter will line up opposite veteran Keyshawn Johnson against the Falcons if Smith can't play. "He didn't play in any of the preseason games and we handled it pretty well," Fox said. "Those other guys are ready to play when called upon and the depth there definitely helps." Falcons coach Jim Mora plans to see Smith on the field. "Lots of him," he said. Cornerback Ken Lucas bruised his arm in practice and his status for the game is unknown. Linebacker Na'il Diggs dressed for practice and is listed as questionable with a sprained right knee suffered in the third preseason game. Defensive tackle Jordan Carstens practiced, but is listed as questionable with an elbow injury.