right defensive end
Strong Side Defensive End
"WLB" is an abbreviation for "Weak-side Linebacker" (nicknamed "Will"), which is usually the linebacker that lines up next to the Middle Linebacker on the "weak" (side of the o-line opposite where the tight end is) side.
the football position ks is Kicker
In Australia the short answer is YES but they are optional
Assuming you mean American Football, TE is short for Tight End, an offensive position player who both blocks on the offensive line and catches passes from the quarterback.
i would say running back....
The Running Back is an offensive position, and you will not find RB listed as a defensive position. However, if a team is short on man-power, such as in the early day of football, a running back (along with other offensive players) would have a defensive position. This was called Iron Man Football. When this occurred, players would be shown a having two positions. Examples of such players are: Duke Abbruzzi, Boston Yanks, HB-DB, 1946 Carl Allen, Brooklym Dodgers, RB-DB, 1948 Jay Arnold, Eagles & Steelers,HB-WB-DB, 1937-1941 Terry Barr, Detroit Lions, HB-DB-FL, 1957-1965
This is the Middle Linebacker position