Were Thompson and Taylor in the game at TE?

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    I didn't see them targeted in the passing game, but I assume they were in blocking. Haven't seen it mentioned anywhere. So just making sure they were both healthy and playing. I have high hopes for both of them.
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    I think Taylor was in for a play. Not sure about Thompson?
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    Yes, Thompson was in blocking for at least one play. I didn't see Taylor, nor did I notice him in the game participation report.
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    They were healthy I am not sure Taylor played I think Thompson came in at the end of the game. Thompson is a blocking TE. They are the 3rd and 4th sting TE's. You might even call them the 4th and 5th string Te's because Gideon Ajagbe will do some TE type stuff for us this year.

    I really dont expect this to change all year. Taylor isnt playing until he can blcok
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    I didn't even realize that until I heard Muschamp talking about him playing the "move TE" spot in today's presser. He won't be a threat down the field, but he can be effective in some spots off play action, especially in the red zone.

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