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August 6, 2015 5:47 PM

Soft-spoken Panthers veteran Jerricho Cotchery’s words carry extra weight

Taking a cue from surly Laveranues Coles, Carolina’s Jerricho Cotchery tries to help younger receivers

Cotchery is old enough to remember training camp two-a-days, not allowed in today’s NFL

He says he knows he has value in a big brother role, but that alone won’t win him a roster spot

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