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Inside Slant
Peter King
August 17, 1998
The offensive line, which surrendered an AFC-high 62 sacks last season, returns virtually intact, but it will have a new look. Only center Jay Leeuwenburg will stay put. Tarik Glenn moves from right guard to left tackle; Adam Meadows shifts from left tackle to right tackle; and Tony Mandarich goes from right tackle to right guard. Tom Myslinski, who started seven games with the Steelers in '97, is the left guard, replacing the departed Doug Widell....
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August 17, 1998

Inside Slant

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The offensive line, which surrendered an AFC-high 62 sacks last season, returns virtually intact, but it will have a new look. Only center Jay Leeuwenburg will stay put. Tarik Glenn moves from right guard to left tackle; Adam Meadows shifts from left tackle to right tackle; and Tony Mandarich goes from right tackle to right guard. Tom Myslinski, who started seven games with the Steelers in '97, is the left guard, replacing the departed Doug Widell....

Marshall Faulk's days as a part-time wide receiver are apparently over. Faulk has averaged almost 53 receptions over his first four years, but new offensive coordinator Tom Moore wants to get the running back more carries.

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