WR Concerns Move to the Forefront
Thursday, July 23, 2009
Gone is the human highlight reel, Hakeem Nicks, as well as Brandon Tate and Brooks Foster. That triumvirate combined for 114 receptions, 1,932 yards and 17 touchdowns in 2008, and when you factor in the departures of Cooter Arnold, Kenton Thornton and tight end Richard Quinn, it’s easy to understand Butch Davis’ concern. Junior Greg Little is the lone returning wide receiver with any legitimate playing time. (Inside Carolina)
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