Chad Rinehart, who was elevated to the active roster, to fill the hole left by the I-R’d Kraig Urbik is expected to play primarily a guard role, with reserve center also a possibility.
Rinehart, who played mainly tackle in college at Northern Iowa, has transitioned inside. He has been doing some center work on the side of late in the practice setting and could possibly serve as a reserve center this week, though most of his reps have been at guard.
Head coach Chan Gailey has yet to determine who would start at right guard, presuming that Eric Wood starts at center while Geoff Hangartner is out (knee).
Cordaro Howard played there last week when Urbik moved inside to center to replace Hangartner. And then Ed Wang stepped in at left guard when Andy Levitre had to move to center to replace Urbik.
Tags: Chad Rinehart, Ed Wang, Kraig Urbik
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