Written by Lorin Cox on January 25, 2017
Both the Cleveland Browns (South) and Chicago Bears (North) coaching staffs took a similar approach to the offensive line in the first day of practices for Senior Bowl week down in Mobile, Alabama on Tuesday. As assistant coaches tried to get to know the players they are working with, they wasted no time testing the draft prospects by frequently moving them around to see how they handled different positions up front.
The South squad kicked things off by getting creative with perhaps their best offensive lineman all-around, Western Kentucky’s Forrest Lamp. At the weigh-in Tuesday morning, he measured in at just under 6-foot-4 with only 31 and 1/8-inch arms, so the assumption immediately became that his future was locked in at guard. Browns offensive line coach Bob Wylie pushed back on that assumption, starting Lamp at left tackle to begin the first practice.
Before long though, Lamp rotated inside to (read more…)