WILL

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AcronymDefinition
WILLWilliam
WILLWireless In Local Loop
WILLWeakside Linebacker (football)
WILLWireless Local Loop
WILLWomen in Law Leadership (American Bar Association)
WILLWomen in Learning and Leadership
WILLWomen Involved in Learning and Leading (Tuscaloosa, Alabama)
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Matthew Fell is taking over at center for John Williams who has moved to weakside linebacker.
Carroll said the intent is to start Griffin at weakside linebacker and let him use his speed in different areas on the field.
Starting weakside linebacker Johnny Ragin did not play against the Cavaliers because of an undisclosed injury.
Roberts seemed excited about the level of competition for playing time at linebacker too, and Mike Adams' spring work in the middle has allowed Greg Hardy to move to weakside linebacker.
Starting weakside linebacker John Mobley suffered a torn knee ligament in Denver's 26-10 loss at Kansas City last month.
The 2018 unit will feature some old faces in some new places: Last season's rover, Drue Tranquill, returns for his fifth season at weakside linebacker, senior Te'von Coney moves over to middle linebacker and senior Jerry Tillery moves from nose guard to tackle, where Lea can take better advantage of his pass-rushing skills.
The group will still be led by upperclassmen, with senior Johnny Ragin stepping out of the shadows at weakside linebacker and junior Jimmie Swain expected to do the same at strongside linebacker.
McDowell said he has been rotating with Johnny Ragin, a projected starter, in the nickel package and learning the weakside linebacker position in the base defense.
Winston views himself as a weakside linebacker with great cover skills.
Junior Reggie Northrup stepped in at middle linebacker and led the team with 113 tackles, followed by 85 from weakside linebacker Terrance Smith.
Wright has started at multiple linebacker positions, but Seattle has found his best spot is as the weakside linebacker.
The Ducks have three linebackers in their base defense: a strong, middle and weakside linebacker. The offensive strong side is determined by where the tight end lines up, or the side of the formation with the most personnel.