slotback


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slotback

(ˈslɒtˌbæk)
n
(in American and Canadian football) a player position between the offensive line and wide receiver
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The Montreal Alouettes have announced the acquisition of slotback Fred Stamps from the Edmonton Eskimos in exchange for wide receiver Kenny Stafford.
Saskatchewan Roughriders slotback Chris Getzlaf and quarterback Darian Durant will headline the Riders' Co-op Game Day Approved roster with "Chris-py Dill Chips" and "Darian's Quarterback Quench Sports Drink.
In his first two seasons at Oregon, De'Anthony Thomas seemed to perfectly embody the "tazer" position developed under Chip Kelly - part running back, part slotback, part wide receiver.
Junior Austin Coene kicked four extra points and gained 45 yards on two catches and two runs as a slotback.
They feature a potent running threat with former slotback Rashad Earls moving to tailback.
Baxter, who will be a slotback receiver in college, is the second player to graduate early and enroll in classes.
The Strong Tandem, Mike, and the Adjuster are combo-covering the tight end, aceback, and slotback.
Owens, then a redshirt freshman return specialist and slotback, had a day for the record books: He broke the NCAA record for the most kick-off return yards (24g) and combined kick-off and punt return yards in a game (342).
During the intercept, the aircrew noted radar detection range, radar warning receiver indications from the MiG's Slotback radar, positive identification capability and the ability to defeat the MiG's radar and heat-seeking missiles.
Eventually expect a healthy Joe Halahuni at H-back, throw in a fully recovered James Rodgers at flanker, assume that Jordan Bishop is ready to resume his starting spot at slotback and presume that Markus Wheaton continues his progression, and what would the Beavers have as targets for Ryan Katz?
Because of McKnight's slow start, USC is trying to simplify his role, with fewer plays as a slotback and more at tailback.