OGs could get paid this offseason

Offensive guards will never get the kind of recognition that OTs do, but that's starting to change.

Originally Published: January 21, 2005
By Len Pasquarelli | ESPN.com

Of the four offensive guards who will start for the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XXXIX, just one was originally drafted into the league.

OK, so Eagles nine-year veteran Jermane Mayberry was a first-round choice, the 25th prospect selected overall in the 1996 lottery. But that lofty status includes a caveat of sorts, since the Eagles brain trust actually chose Mayberry to play tackle, and he didn't migrate to an inside offensive line perch until his fourth ...

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