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Niners Draft Analysis Part 2

Sun, 23 Jun 2013|

Michael Oher will open training camp as the starting right tackle, where he very feels comfortable

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  1. Harbaugh on Akers: 'He had an outstanding pre-game'

    We're the whole game plan in mind but you know AJ was was had a chance. On the depth chart had something happen Michael Oher wore. Or Indy. These people it. Every more when it's. Definitely they challenge. Certainly look at and TB yeah

  2. Football Fix: Rounding out the final 8 picks

    a linebacker spot but you have to nurture our. The offensive tackle from Mississippi State's they'll sit there Michael Oher struggled this faster what it gives them versatility. Kick him back to the right side they get there shortly after

  1. The right side is the best side for Oher

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    Thu, 1 Aug 2013

    Michael is playing exclusively at right tackle and loving it. Coach John Harbaugh says he thinks Oher has Pro Bowl potential.

  2. Oher likes returning to right side

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    Sun, 23 Jun 2013

    Michael Oher will open training camp as the starting right tackle, where he very feels comfortable

  3. 'Blind Side' family relishes Big Easy Super Bowl

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    Fri, 8 Mar 2013

    connections between the hit film that changed his family's life and the fact that Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman Michael Oher will play in his first Super Bowl in the Big Easy. New Orleans is where Tuohy grew up and went to high school with

  4. MCGRAW ROOTING FOR BLIND SIDE

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    Fri, 8 Mar 2013

    whole `Blind Side' story come to completion,'' McGraw says. He's referring to Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle Michael Oher , whose life was the subject of the film ``The Blind Side.'' It starred McGraw and Sandra Bullock, who won an

  5. Oher fared well at right tackle

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    Fri, 8 Mar 2013

    It will be interesting to see what the Ravens do with Michael Oher next season. Oher plays better on the right side, but the team might need him on the left, or "the blind side."