One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A player positioned toward the outside of the offensive line.‘Edwards has the speed and quickness to get past 300-pound offensive tackles and reach the quarterback’‘he was a first-string left offensive tackle in 29 games’
- ‘In the long run, playing without both offensive tackles may catch up to the Packers.’
- ‘He didn't have a plan to circumvent the salary-cap restrictions in order to sign the high-priced offensive tackle.’
- ‘He is completing his freshman year at Georgetown University, where he is an offensive tackle on the football team.’
- ‘The Saints hope he will earn the right to start at right offensive tackle.’
- ‘Clearly, last week wasn't a great time to break in an inexperienced offensive tackle.’
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