Arizona Cardinals fans know that likely the two biggest issues the team has heading into 2013 is the quarterback position and the offensive line. There was some promise shown by both of the rookies that played significantly -- Nate Potter and Bobby Massie. Massie went from crap to good and Potter shows the ability to grow.
The issue is that Levi Brown will be coming back from injury and he is still under contract for another four seasons.
So what to do?
I can attest that readers here have long said that Brown should be moved to the interior and play guard. However, that has never been an option by all accounts at the team level.
that is still the case now, even with his return and Potter and Massie playing.
While I never heard it myself, Mike Jurecki tweeted it. He said that general manager Steve Kwim believed that Potter, not Brown could play guard.
Yes, but it could depend on the draft, Keim mentioned he thinks Potter can play inside. RT @asigler13: do U expect Levi 2 B the starting LT.— Mike Jurecki (@mikejurecki) January 25, 2013
Keim didn't mention Brown going inside, he thought Potter could & depending on the draft anything's possible. RT @church_nfl Brown inside?— Mike Jurecki (@mikejurecki) January 25, 2013
Of course, anything is possible, especially with how the draft might play out. The team may grab a tackle or a guard, or more than one.
But once again, the notion that Levi Brown could and should move to the inside seems to be something that no one is considering.
If Potter were to move inside, where would it be? Would he replace Daryn Colledge, Adam Snyder or Lyle Sendlein?
What do you all think of the possibility of Nate Potter being moved from tackle to an interior line position?
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