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@NFLDraftBites: Panthers 'Heavy Interest' Seahawks RT Breno Giacomini. Dolphins also interested. Panthers could beat Dolphins MIAM sorts through Left Tackle

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He was just ok as a RT, does he project as a better LT?

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He was just ok as a RT, does he project as a better LT?

 

He was better then Bell and neither of them are LT's at all. 

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He was just ok as a RT, does he project as a better LT?

No clue

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He can take a punch from Frank Alexander with the best of them.

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It could be argued that 'just okay' would be better than what we had at right tackle this past season.

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Solid OT option. Would not cost a ton like the big name OT out there. 

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It's odd that they are looking at RT's when we need a left badly. I get we can use an upgrade on the right but common!

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average would be an upgrade

 

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At this point we can't really be picky with any OL we sign. Almost anyone would be better then Bell.

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