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CHARLOTTE — The Carolina Panthers looked outside the organization to bolster their secondary by trading for cornerback Kevon Seymour from the Buffalo Bills on the day that rosters were trimmed to 53 players. The deal wasn’t officially reported to the league until Sunday. By adding Seymour, it helped make up for uncertainty regarding cornerbacks Teddy Williams…

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