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In the National Football League, the left tackle position is one of the most important on the field. The average quarterback, like most people, is right handed, and so his back is naturally turned to the left side of the field. Left tackles are responsible for protecting the quarterback’s blindside. Good quarterbacks feel pressure from a pass rush, and have a rapid release to get the ball out before they go down, but the results of not seeing a hit coming can be disastrous.

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Beginning Sept. 7, a team of athletes will compete in Rio de Janeiro across 23 sports in the 15th Paralympic Games.

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