Norv Turner has simple answer to Panthers offensive worries
11 days ago - By NBC Sports
Both starting tackles are already on injured reserve. Their perennial Pro Bowl tight end is out for a bit with a broken foot. And a Pro Bowl right guard is in the concussion protocol this week. So how does Panthers offensive coordinator Norv Turner cover for all those issues. “Cam Newton,” Turner replied, via Jourdan
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