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Rumor: Carolina want's Eagles corner

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I have source, that has a source and my sources source, source said that his source told him the following.

Captain Munnerlyn has a "slim lead" over R.J. Stanford, C.J. Wilson and Robert McClain for the starting corner job opposite Chris Gamble.

Richard Marshall left a decent-sized gap in Carolina when he bolted for the Cardinals. Munnerlyn has nine career starts, but reports this offseason indicated the Panthers would prefer him as a nickel back. There are rumors that Eagles CB Joselio Hanson could end up reuniting with Sean McDermott in Charlotte

Per rotoworld

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he's f***in 5 foot f***in 9! If we were going to get someone that short who isn't elite, I'd stick with Munnerlyn.

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Most CB are not tall.

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Most CB are not tall.

Most starters aren't short. To be that short and starting, you have to be really good or else you will be abused by tall receivers every time. This game isn't made for short corners due to the pussification of the league rules. They aren't allowed to be physical which would give them an edge.

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He was undrafted, so he would at least fit in well.

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