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Cincinnati Bengals‘ offensive tackle Jonah Williams is still going through rehab from an injury he suffered in the postseason, but he is also getting prepared for his switch to right tackle after the Orlando Brown Jr. signing.

Geoff Hobson of Bengals.com reported that Williams is incorporating a right tackle stance in his rehab drills, relearning everything he knew from his 42 starts on the left side on the other side of his body.

“Post leg is your kick leg and vice versa and all that. It’s nothing that reps and practice won’t get me used to. … The last time I played right tackle was freshman year in college. There’s a lot of technique to kind of unlearn and switch to the other side. It’s my job. I love it. I’ve got a great coach, great teammates, and I’m grinding my ass off. I’m going to crush it.”

Williams’ attitude about the switch has seemingly changed since he requested a trade from the Bengals shortly after Brown joined the team.

There are no hard feelings Williams holds toward Brown who, he called a great player and said he is happy to have on the team.

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