Some are run of the mill, balanced or unbalanced sets with two tight ends playing as TEs, but even Kelvin's first TD came out of two tight end personnel, just that one was split out. They used that personnel significantly throughout the first three games, even with Olsen out in the 2nd. But, with Olsen and McNeill banged up, maybe not quite as much as you'd want, they still did it.
How is his overall offensive mind? Does he have what it takes to eventually move up to an OC candidate in the league?
I have no doubt he'd be a good OC. He's the only guy on offense I'd worry of losing to that type opportunity, though Carolina doesn't have to let him interview and he has ties to the organzation and the area.
Alexander is a guy the team can live without, with all the depth it has, but I really doubt they're talking him up for trade, much less the sort of trade that would somehow give a guy with 3.5 sacks in two years a multi-year deal.