The nice thing about having a veteran like Jordan Gross on your team is that he never gets rattled.
New position (again)? No problem.
No long-term contract? No big deal.
Need to run behind him to pick up that big third-and-one? Not an issue.
To Gross, uncertainty has been a way of life almost since he arrived in Carolina as a first-round draft pick out of Utah in 2003.
And he’s dealt with everything that has come his way like the professional that he is.
For the fifth straight season, Gross will be asked to play a different position than he did the year before, once again buckling up on his chin strap and moving 15 feet down the line from right tackle to left tackle.
Quote of the Day:
Comedy is tragedy plus time.
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