With Gandy, Vallejo, R. Wells, Sendelin, Lutui, L. Brown, B. Keith, and H. Johnson all likely to make the final 53 (8 OL) what will the Cards do at Center? Will they sign Claxton just for depth sake instead of signing Elton Brown (6'5" 338) or Canfield (6'5 307)? Will they teach E. Brown or Canfield center? (Canfield has already realized his increased value if he can play center, declairing that he has practiced center at Cincinnati.) Or will they stockpile guards and have R. Wells serve as the emergency back-up center and hope nothing long term happens to Sendlein?
How many OL can the Cardinals afford to have on the final 53?
And what makes a good center? I know what to look for in a tackle or guard, but centers have always seemed like guards who somehow got stuck playing center. Surly there is more involved than that?
So what will the Cards do regarding depth at center and what will they look for in a potential back-up?