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Panthers move lineman Byron Bell back to right tackle

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By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer

The Carolina Panthers have had a disappointed season thus far.

Now, head coach Ron Rivera has made changes to their offensive line. Offensive Lineman Byron Bell has been moved back to right tackle.

On Sunday, he started at right guard against the Dallas Cowboys. Garry Williams took Bell’s right tackle.

Second-year player Jeff Byers has been seen lining up as the team’s right guard in practice this week. With Bell grading out poorly at guard, the Panthers moved him back to the right tackle position.

He will have to deal with the Chicago Bears defense on Sunday, which will give him problems throughout the game.

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