Tampa, FL-- There may be a changing of the guards, on the Bucs. Longtime right tackle Jeremy Trueblood, worked at right guard on Wednesday.
Greg Schiano maintained there has been no change made. Ted Larson is still in the mix at right guard, where he has started in the first four games. But it's clear the Bucs want to work Trueblood back into the lineup, since he is such a good run blocker. And the Bucs need help in their run game.
Trueblood hasn't played guard since high school, but he's working from experience at that position.
"I played a lot of years next to one of the best guards in the NFL," said Trueblood after practice, talking about his good friend Davin Joseph who is out for the year. "I've picked up a lot of things over the years, and try to do it like he does it... Obviously I can't do it like he does it, but just the little things he does, I'm trying to do."
"All of our offensive linemen know their job, they know what to do," said LeGarrette Blount, who expects to get more carries. "They know exactly who to block, they know what the play is... That shouldn't change our running style at all."