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Tar Heels in NFL: Hollins plays well; Dalton makes debut; Ezeudu gets first start; Fox has best game


On a day that most UNC alums didn’t put up big numbers, there were some nice stories with defensive end finally making his NFL debut, rookie offensive lineman making his first NFL start and rookie linebacker playing his best professional game. Running back was back in the Jets’ starting lineup. (Tar Heel Tribune)

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Tar Heels in NFL: Hollins plays well; Dalton makes debut; Ezeudu gets first start; Fox has best game


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