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    Carolina Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechly appreciates that the NFL wants to eliminate targeting, but doesn't want players ejected for "things that just happen - bang-bang."

Carolina Panthers' Luke Kuechly on whether NFL should adopt targeting rule like NCAA

Carolina Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechly appreciates that the NFL wants to eliminate targeting, but doesn't want players ejected for "things that just happen - bang-bang."
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