E would stand for End. On a football field there is a Defensive End that plays on the defensive line, a Tight End that usually plays on the offensive line and is a pass receiver, and a Split End who is a wide receiver.
Until 1965, NCAA mandated it's players to play a one platoon system meaning that one unit played both offense and defense. The E position meant that the player played on the outside or ends of the line. Ends played both DE on defense and TE on offense.
G can stand for goalkeeper in football.
In football terminology, FS means Free Safety, a defensive position.
In American football, 'S' is a safety. In association football, 'S' may be used for striker.
probably a Quarterback.
FL stands for flanker who is a wide receiver.
In football, FS stands for the defensive position of Free Safety.
tackle. LT is left tackle and RT is right tackle
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Longest gain. If u meant the position its left guard.
the football position ks is Kicker
Corner back, he lines up with the wide receiver on most plays and does his best to cover him.
GB stands for "Games Behind or Games Back", How many games you are out of the first place position.
Ls Stands for long snapper , the long snapper is the guy who snaps the ball on a place kick.
Left Central Back - In other words, he can be used both as Left back and Central back.
There are no positions in either baseball or football with the same names for that position...i. e., there is no shortstop, catcher, etc. in football, nor is there a center, tackle, quarterback, etc. in baseball.