No, the offensive line can't catch a pass
I cannot speak to those specific rules of football, but in general, lineman are allowed to be downfield on any pass where the ball is caught BEHIND the line of scrimmage.
The linemen can only get it on a fumble or a bad pass.
All players except interior offensive linemen are eligible to receive a pass. This includes quarterbacks, punters and kickers.
Offensive lineman are not allowed past the line of scrimmage prior to a pass. He could catch a screen pass behind the line though. Or they'd have to declare him eligible before the play. When I played flag football we used to do center sneaks. The ball has to touch the QB hands to be considered a hand off though. I don't think that would work well in tackle football, but in flag football where they only had a couple people rushing you could easily get 5-10 yards before anyone noticed.
He is a backup for the devensive lineman.. he can pass cover and tackle.. they are usaully big and strong.. and very fast.
run or jump catch or pass
The running backs and wide receivers can catch the ball and so can the quarter back if it is a halfback or receiver option designed to go to him. The tight ends can also catch a pass too. A lineman can also catch the ball but that is only if it touches a defender first. To be more specific: By rule, the eligible receivers are the two players on either end of the offensive line (usually wide receivers or tight ends) and any of the players in the backfield (including all backs and flankers who are at least one yard off the line of scrimmage).
The football is used to play a sport called football. You can catch,kick,hold, and pass also.