Carolina Panthers tight end Hayden Hurst does not believe the post-traumatic amnesia he was diagnosed with by an independent neurologist after suffering a concussion will be career-ending.

"I'm doing better each day," Hurst said. "It's not going to end my career, just being cautious as I come back. Should be another week or two."

Hurst suffered a concussion on Nov. 9 during a game against the Chicago Bears.

"I appreciate everyone reaching out & checking on me. I suffered a pretty nasty concussion against the Bears a few weeks ago & don't remember up to 4 hours after the game. Scary situation but the Panthers have been incredible walking me through this process," Hurst wrote on X.