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Plus dj was retired after 25 days in the CFL and didn't play a game I don't think

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Depending on this off season so does Gross. I think Dan Morgan qualifies for this even though if I recall he signed with the Saints but retired before ever playing a down with them, technically Biakabatuka does too (but that's a joke).

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Kalil's got a shot.

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So I was trying to think back and remember any players of significance that were drafted, or started their career in Carolina, and ended in Carolina. The two that immediately came to mind were Rucker and Minter. I guess technically you can include Moose even though he left for Chitown for a couple of years. But couldn't think of anyone else until I started writing this and then remembered Hoover would also qualify. Anyone else?

Follow up would be who currently on the roster could also do this and does it matter?

Brad Hoover-

I believe Hoover was born and raised in Carolina, played his whole career in his home state. from HS to College and then the pros.

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I already said Bradley

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rae carruth

tshimanga biakabatuka

jason peters

jeff otah

amidoinitrite?

Biakabutuka NEVER belongs on a list that includes that murderer

If not for injuries I still think he would have had a great career as he did some good things when he was able to stay on the field

(I'm a little biased on this one, shocking)

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Kasay qualified but was released

Kasay played 4 years for the Seahawks before he became a Panther.

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