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Cox is actually a guy that may be poached if put out there.
Some of us have been more than a little impressed by Bryan Cox Jr. Max Henson wrote a short piece portraying where Bryan Cox's head is at, and also what Rivera is thinking in reference to the rookie's progress. 

<br style="color:#505050;font-size:17.25px;">"The young man has got some ability - he's still got some growing to do - but he most certainly has caught our eye and shown his improvement every week."


Rivera has left the door open for Cox to come on in if he shows well on Thursday. 


"Thursday is very important, not just for him, but for a number of our young guys."


As a UDFA, Cox signed here because he wanted to work with Eric Washington. 

<br style="color:#505050;font-size:17.25px;">"Because Eric Washington is the best D-line coach in the league," Cox said when asked why he joined Carolina. "My pops even said that. He said he thinks I can improve under him."


How surprising? Not really. This is but another instance of a player wanting to come here because of a coach (e.g. Christian McCaffey, Matt Kalil).

Anyway, Cox is really taking advantage of his situation, and he wholeheartedly believes his work has been enough to let the Panthers or another team know that he is NFL worthy.


"It's either going to be good enough for this ball club or hopefully another one."<br style="color:#505050;font-size:17.25px;">



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