Carolina Panthers coach Ron Rivera, middle, watches the defense battle the Baltimore Ravens during last week’s exhibition in Baltimore. Rivera was forced to intervene during practice Sunday when the action got a little too heated. The players dialed it back Monday, much to Rivera’s relief. “Made me feel a lot better, too,” Rivera said.
Carolina Panthers coach Ron Rivera, middle, watches the defense battle the Baltimore Ravens during last week’s exhibition in Baltimore. Rivera was forced to intervene during practice Sunday when the action got a little too heated. The players dialed it back Monday, much to Rivera’s relief. “Made me feel a lot better, too,” Rivera said. Jeff Siner TNS
Carolina Panthers coach Ron Rivera, middle, watches the defense battle the Baltimore Ravens during last week’s exhibition in Baltimore. Rivera was forced to intervene during practice Sunday when the action got a little too heated. The players dialed it back Monday, much to Rivera’s relief. “Made me feel a lot better, too,” Rivera said. Jeff Siner TNS

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