Offensive Lineman

In American football, a lineman is a player who specializes in play at the line of scrimmage. The linemen of the team currently in possession of the ball are the offensive line, while linemen on the opposing team are the defensive line. A number of NFL rules specifically address restrictions and requirements for the offensive line. The defensive line is covered by the same rules that apply to all defensive players. Linemen are usually the largest players on the field in both height and weight, since their positions usually require less running and more strength than skill positions.
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    … much it was said that is started when they got off the bus. But now they have a new defensive coordinator, Brian VanGorder, and I was shocked by what I read when a football expert, Tim Prister, reviewed the tape and wrote “The Notre Dame defense was changing so fast and so varied that the young Michigan line didn’t know what to do.” Blitzes, moving…

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