June 12th, 2011 at 3:00 PM
Protecting the blind side for Morris
The left tackle is the most important OL position because he protects the blind side of a right-handed quarterback. With Magnuson on board the team has a true left tackle. However, in his 4th and/or 5th year, he may be primarily blocking for Shane Morris, a lefty. I don't expect Magnuson, or whoever has a lock on the position to move to RT because it may hurt his NFL draft stock.
What should the coaches do right now to have the blind side protection for Morris? Go after a left tackle type who is willing to play on the right or just see who pans out to be the best pass blocker?