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May 24, 2014 5:40 PM

Former Carolina Panther Wesley Walls: Rule changes have benefited tight ends

Former Carolina Panthers tight end Wesley Walls sees NFL tight ends lining up in the slot, being used and getting paid like wide receivers, and thinks he played the position two decades too soon. “I wish I was 23 again in this league,” Walls said.

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