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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Chris Gamble
The Carolina Panthers can't seem to catch a break these days.
As the losses keep piling up for the NFL-worst Carolina Panthers, so do the odd stories and puzzling mysteries.
Carolina Panthers coach John Fox insists he benched cornerback Chris Gamble for performance reasons. Defensive end Everette Brown indicates it came after he lost his cool last week.
Chris Gamble feels old at 27. Jordan Gross was struck by all the new faces in the stretching lines at practice. And Jeff King knows the few veterans remaining must take on much larger roles.
"Me and Travelle (Wharton) are like the only guys from my (2004 draft) class that are still here," said Gamble, a starting cornerback. "I feel kind of old."
"He was struggling a little bit and we made the change," he said.