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Based upon conversations with Bengals brass, Whitworth believes he would remain at left tackle if re-signed even though he has shown the ability to RuneScape Gold play guard as well.“If there was a special situation that some team would want me to play left guard I’d be open to hear it,” Whitworth said. “But I think most teams would want me to play left tackle (or) if anything maybe right tackle. I really have the ability to play both.

It’s just always been a situation that’s where the Bengals have needed me to be.”If Whitworth were to sign elsewhere, 2015 first-round draft choice Cedric Ogbuehi would be the leading contender to take his spot. Ogbuehi, though, is far from a sure thing after struggling with injuries and inconsistent play at right tackle during his first two NFL seasons.OFFSEASON: Best trade fits for Jimmy Garoppolo

Whitworth said part of the growing pains being suffered by Ogbuehi and fellow offensive lineman Jake Fisher, a 2015 second-round pick who also has failed to nail down a starting spot, is having to adjust from playing in spread-style offenses in college that don’t demand as much from their blockers.“When you get into these NFL rushers – the power, the speed,

the bull rush and all those kind of Buy RS Gold things – it’s just different than college football,” said Whitworth, who played in a pro-style system at LSU. “The ball is not out as fast. The plays take a lot longer. You’re playing grown men.”To that end, Whitworth said Ogbuehi could benefit from a strong offseason of weight training to build upon what he called “uber” ability at
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