HOUSTON, Jan. 26 (UPI) -- The Carolina Panthers look like they will have a healthy Stephen Davis for Super Bowl XXXVIII.
After being held out of practice last week, the Panthers' running back participated in the team's 55-minute workout Monday at the University of Houston.
Heading into Super Bowl week, there still were some questions surrounding the health of Davis, who suffered a strained right quadriceps in the NFC divisonal round.
Davis looked like he put the questions behind him in the championship game when he carried 19 times for 76 yards in a 14-3 victory over Philadelphia. If Monday was an indication, the injury concerns should be put to rest after Davis practiced the entire day with the first-team offense.
"I'm feeling a lot better than I was a couple of weeks ago before we played the NFC championship game," said Davis, who rushed for 1,444 yards this season.