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Kuech the Sneak

OL Chris williams visits Carolina

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"@HBalzer721: OL Chris Williams visits Carolina; safety Craig Dahl visits San Francisco"

I remember him being a bust at tackle for the bears, but he was a decent guard

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We're definitely in the market for an offensive lineman.

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I'd take him. Maybe move him inside at RG?

A lot of potential but never played out in the windy city

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tons of people on here wanted him in 2008 lol

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RG--another quality player and they will offer an unguaranteed contract.

I remember I got mad when we missed on this guy and took Stewart and then traded up for Otah.

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No,... just no....

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No,... just no....

Reason? (I think he is a bust, but going on hearsay) Nothing wrong with unguaranteed contracts--except it squeezes cap

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Really think this will happen. He's coming in for a visit which means one thing, contract talk. He'll be a Panthers by tomorrow.

Unlike the "interest" we showed in Cason.

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He is better than what we would currently field at RG.

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