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Quarterbacks won't be only rookies on field in Carolina

First-year coaches Leslie Frazier and Ron Rivera have a friendship that dates back to their playing days in Chicago. Frazier once tried to hire Rivera, who says "You always like competing against your brother."
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First-year coaches Leslie Frazier and Ron Rivera have a friendship that dates back to their playing days in Chicago. Frazier once tried to hire Rivera, who says "You always like competing against your brother."

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