No, a safety plays in the defensive backfield.
He's like the volleyball player who wears the special Jersey.
stay deep, and attack the ball
it is defense
In American Football, 'FS' stands for Free Safety. Free safety is a position on defense.
On offence- Center, Guard, Tackle, Tight end, Quarterback, Running Back, and Wide Receiver. On defense- Linebacker, Guard, Tackle, Defensive End, Inside Linebacker, Outside Linebacker, Cornerback, Strong Safety, Free Safety
Offense Quarterback halfback fullback wide receiver tight end tackle guard center Defense middle linebacker outside linebacker defensive end defensive tackle cornerback strong safety free safety
The defense attorney will explain why his client is innocent. Do you prefer to play offense or defense on the soccer team? Afraid for her safety, she enrolled in a self defense class.
It depends on what kind of muscle frame you have. But I would say probably a running back if you want to be on Offense. And you might be able to pull off a safety if you want to be on Defense. definetly hit the weight room this summer.
Quarterback and Safety
In football terminology, FS means Free Safety, a defensive position.
On offense you should probably try out for a running back spot and depending on the other players on defense possibly a corner. It also depends on speed and other factors an alternate on defense maybe a safety.
Devin Wallace is a football player with the position of free safety (FS). Free Safety players are among the fastest player in football.
YES, running backs. wide recievers. linebackers, safety, anyone on defense or offense in the backfield
In football, FS is a position. It stands for Free Safety.