Tight Ends

Some articles on tight end, end, tight ends:

Defensive Line Coach - Offense - Backs and Receivers
... the line of scrimmage outside the tackle or tight end on the side where positioned ... position, known as the H-back, is actually considered a modification of the normal tight end position (see below) ... on the line of scrimmage is called a "split end", and is counted among the seven required players on the line of scrimmage ...
List Of Miami Hurricanes In The NFL - Players - Tight Ends
... Tight Ends Coach for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2009-2011) and currently coaches Tight Ends for the Indianapolis Colts (2012–present) ...
List Of Formations In American Football - Offensive Formations - Single Set Back
... The other 2 backs can either act as extra tight ends or wide receivers ... is known as max protect as it requires the running back and two tight ends to stay in the vicinity to block an oncoming pass rush and leaves only two wide receivers ... Since he is lined up in the space between the tackle and the split end, he is called the "slot" receiver ...
Ted Gilmore - Biography - Coaching Career
... He worked with the tight ends and Wide Receivers, including two-time All-American and Biletnikoff Award winner Marcus Harris ... Gilmore spent 1999 as the Tight Ends Coach at Kansas, and the following year served as Tight Ends Coach at Houston, before rejoining Tiller at Purdue as ...
Tight Ends Coach
... The tight end (TE) is a position in American football on the offense ... The tight end is often seen as a hybrid position with the characteristics and roles of both an offensive lineman and a wide receiver ... of the hybrid nature of the position, the tight end's role in any given offense depends on the tactical preferences and philosophy of the head coach ...

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