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Bunting said he still wants to play quarterback Joe Dailey, who started the first two games but stayed on the sidelines Saturday. After Sexton's solid performance, however, when and whether Dailey plays will be situational. Meanwhile, the coach plans to "stir up" the secondary and take a closer look at some younger players such as Hemby, Jermaine Strong, Kendric Burney and Bryan Dixon. (Raleigh News & Observer)

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