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Old 02-09-2014   #13
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Default Re: Strong Side OLB

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Originally Posted by leebigeztx View Post
Colvin and mcginnist were the olbs under romeo. The sam and the will can be the same in the 3-4. If both guys can cover and both can rush,then you have the steelers from a few yrs back. That's what make an awesome 3-4.
Colvin was not a starter for Romeo. He became a starter after Romeo's departure. Vrabel was the starter opposite McGinest in Romeo's 3-4. He was also LOB for Romeo in the 4-3 with McGinest at DE.
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