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What are the different positions in football?

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Offensive positions: quarterback, runningback, receiver, tight end, center, guard, tackle. Un official positions also include halfback, fullback, and h-back.

Defensive positions: linebacker, safety, defensive back, d tackle, d end, nosegaurd. Additional positions: Nickle and dime d backs, inside and outside linebackers, strong and free safeties

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