The Carolina Panthers' part in a vibe decent dark horse story might have recently triumphed ultimately its final word composed.

As first announced by Pro Football Network lead NFL correspondent Mike Kaye, the group has postponed cornerback Tae Hayes.

Hayes was endorsed back on Aug. 4, explicitly when the protection saw some of its corners sidelined following the beginning phases of instructional course. 

Notwithstanding the unexpected retirement of veteran Rashaan Melvin, 

the Panthers managed wounds — to some degree — to Jaycee Horn, Keith Taylor Jr. what's more, Duke Dawson.

The previous USFL champion, who was added to help make up for that line of appalling turns of events, would then make the most out of his chance.

In his most memorable preseason outing, Hayes scored a group high five handles and two passes defensed against the Washington Commanders. 

He'd follow that up with a shining 50-yard capture return for a score the following week in Carolina's matchup with the New England Patriots.

As Kaye insinuated, Hayes can in any case get back to the Panthers as an individual from the training crew.