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A defensive player positioned just behind the line of scrimmage.
- ‘It should look like two linebackers guarding the quarterback from the defensive player.’
- ‘He's one of the league's quickest linebackers and can cover tight ends and running backs.’
- ‘He lost his top three inside linebackers to retirement before training camp opened.’
- ‘They couldn't cover anyone in the secondary, and their linebackers were ordinary.’
- ‘He gets good leverage and usually blocks against a rushing linebacker or defensive back.’
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