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SEATTLE — Carolina Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis made it clear during the week that there was no love lost between himself and Seattle Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham.

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Following the Panthers’ dramatic 27-23 victory over the Seahawks, Davis took a jab at Graham.

“He’s probably one of those guys who is excited about his production and not worried about his team losing,” Davis said, according to The Charlotte Observer.

Graham, who was not available to reporters in the Seahawks’ locker room after the game, had his best game of the season, catching eight balls for 140 yards on 12 targets.

But it wasn’t enough. The Seahawks’ defense fell apart down the stretch, and the offense failed to score on four of its last five possessions.

In five seasons with the New Orleans Saints, Graham played the Panthers 10 times, and as NFC South rivals he and Davis had many epic battles, including one last season in which Davis was fined for an illegal hit on Graham.