Luke Kuechly leaves Eagles vs. Panthers game with injury

Luke Kuechly leaves Eagles vs. Panthers game with injury

Video taken at Thursday night's National Football League game in Charlotte shows one man sucker-punching another, and now the search is on for the suspect.

The video shows the Panthers fan punching the man, who starts bleeding. The assailant was seated in section 541, row 24, seat 10. In an Instagram post Carrigan said a man wearing a Panthers jersey and the woman next to him were standing for the entire game.

Editor's note: We want to warn you, the video contains graphic material and blood. And Kuechly is no stranger to dealing with injuries, more specifically concussions.

"We have reviewed video tape of the incident and have identified the perpetrator". As it turns out, both parties involved were rooting for the Panthers, but shit got real when the victim told the attacker and his girlfriend to sit down and stop obstructing his view. An argument broke out between the two and the suspect punched the victim.

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The victim was treated by a medic at the scene. No arrests have been made at this time.

An Instagram user identified as Warren C shared the video and explained what led to the fight.

Panthers executive director of risk management Lance Emory said in a statement Friday the team is working with Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department to "pursue charges to the fullest extent of the law, " though the team did not release the names of the people involved.

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