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WATCH: Alabama fans should not panic about the Crimson Tide’s offensive line

Alabama's offensive unit on the field during 2022 Spring Football Practice
Photo by Jeff Hanson of Alabama Athletics

The offensive line for Alabama football remains a concern for fans.

Eric Wolford has been on campus for three weeks, but it takes time for the line to gel together.

Alabama had starters out for the spring game, and a few linemen were banged up. Crimson Tide fans watched both defenses combined for 15 sacks, but the offensive unit will not face many defenses with Will Anderson, Dallas Turner, and Chris Braswell on them. When the players return healthy for preseason camp, Wolford should have this group prepared to play well.

Also, the arrival of Tyler Steen (transfer from Vanderbilt) in the summer will help. On Monday, Stephen Smith of Touchdown Alabama Magazine broke down why fans should not be panicking about the offensive line via In My Own Words.

DON’T PANIC about Alabama’s O-Line, and here’s why

Alabama should be much better on the line for this season. The injured players will be better by summer workouts.

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