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Coach's Corner: Josh Henson on Kurtis Gregory

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Carolina learned two valuable lessons last season: 1) offensive line depth is hugely important; and 2) linemen who can play more than one position are very valuable. Enter rookie guard Kurtis Gregory, who -- according to Missouri offensive line coach Josh Henson -- is a cure for what ails the Panthers.

For an exclusive interview with rookie lineman Kurtis Gregory, click here. Kurtis Gregory started his final three years at right guard for Missouri. The 6-foot-4, 308-pound lineman played a key role in Missouri's memorable '08 season, when the Tigers ranked in the top-10 in scoring offense and total offense. Gregory went unpicked in the NFL Draft and hooked on with the Carolina Panthers as... Recommended Stories

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