Versatility valuable for O-linemen
There is speculation that the NFL will add to the current 53-man roster when a new collective bargaining agreement finally gets done, but roster space will always be valuable. Especially if the new CBA includes a 18-game regular season.
Versatility creates roster space because a player who can help at two positions gives his team the freedom to get help elsewhere. Those players are often found along the offensive line, and with that in mind, I'm breaking down the five highest-rated offensive linemen who bring versatility to the NFL and could contribute at more than one position.
Which versatile offensive lineman carries a first-round grade, and which is close behind early in the second? Who offers value at both center and guard? Become an ESPN Insider to find out.