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(By Ron Green Jr., rgreenjr@charlotteobserver.com) The Carolina Panthers' linebacker situation, a troubled spot the first half of the season, isn't getting any better.Thomas Williams and Jason Phillips suffered injuries Sunday against Minnesota that could keep them out for an extended period, coach Ron Rivera said Monday.
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