Panthers expect Byron Bell to start
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- The Carolina Panthers are hoping Byron Bell gives them the stability and dependability at right tackle that Jeff Otah never could.
Coach Ron Rivera said Tuesday that he views Bell, a second-year player out of New Mexico, as the team's starting right tackle this season. Bell earned a roster spot last year as an undrafted rookie and started 12 games after Otah landed on injured reserve for the third straight season.
That news comes one day after the Panthers traded ...
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