A player position on offense. A receiver who lines up on the line of scrimmage, several yards outside the offensive linemen. The term is no longer used in American Football, having been long since replaced by the wide receiver or wideout, with no distinction between whether the receiver is on the line or not.
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FL = Flanker
right defensive end
Strong Side Defensive End
the football position ks is Kicker
Football is enjoyable because it is a game of strategy rather than talent. Each position has to function well togethe or they will fall short of a victory.
"Where is the crankshaft position sensor on a 96 ford probe SE?"
give up, your too short
Yes, short people can play football as long as you like to hit and can play the position well. It depends on your definition of short, I have known short people to play linebacker and they have been one of the best football players I have ever played with throughout my football career so far. Plus when you're in peewee football the little kids are short and still play Linebacker. There has been people in the NFL who have been shorter then average linebackers and are some of the best linebackers in NFL history.
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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.
This is the Middle Linebacker position
the position s is the safety
i would say running back....
The abbreviation for a receiver in football is WR. The receiver position in football has undergone several changes since the forward pass became a legal play in gridiron football in April of 1906. You might find historical references to the older positions such as SE - Split End, FL - Flanker, and E - End.
Absolutely 100% yes. I'm short and i play football!
G can stand for goalkeeper in football.
Well, considering your 243 lbs, you'd most likely be a linebacker, although you may be a little short at 6'.