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SPRING: What we've learned - Week 5

OT WILDER MCANDREWS

WILL THE OFFENSIVE LINE see some shuffling between now and the season opener? Assistant Mike Cavanaugh was hinting strongly at it during the final week of spring, and OT Wilder McAndrews was the reason why. A ball-hawking secondary was omnipresent, the spring game on offense offered mixed results and the re-emergence of Suaesi Tuimauei were all among the things we learned in Week 5..

THE FIVE BEST WILL PLAY. When Michael Philipp returns to the practice field he may be lining up inside. OT Wilder McAndrews performed so well that the coaches are giving serious thought to keeping him at left tackle. If that happens four, and possibly five if Grant Johnson hits the ground running, starting spots would be settled with McAndrews and Mike Remmers at the tackles...

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