Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen, right, will likely cause problems for Seattle and Richard Sherman again in the rematch of their Oct. 18 meeting. The Panthers beat the Seahawks, 27-23, in that one, with Olsen shredding the defense for a late game-winning touchdown.
Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen, right, will likely cause problems for Seattle and Richard Sherman again in the rematch of their Oct. 18 meeting. The Panthers beat the Seahawks, 27-23, in that one, with Olsen shredding the defense for a late game-winning touchdown. Ryan Kang AP
Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen, right, will likely cause problems for Seattle and Richard Sherman again in the rematch of their Oct. 18 meeting. The Panthers beat the Seahawks, 27-23, in that one, with Olsen shredding the defense for a late game-winning touchdown. Ryan Kang AP

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