What position in football is SE short for?
A player position on offense. A receiver who lines up on the line of scrimmage, several yards outside the offensive linemen. The term is no longer used in American Football, having been long since replaced by the wide receiver or wideout, with no distinction between whether the receiver is on the line or not.
Yes, short people can play football as long as you like to hit and can play the position well. It depends on your definition of short, I have known short people to play linebacker and they have been one of the best football players I have ever played with throughout my football career so far. Plus when you're in peewee football the little kids are short and still play Linebacker. There has been people in…
The abbreviation for a receiver in football is WR. The receiver position in football has undergone several changes since the forward pass became a legal play in gridiron football in April of 1906. You might find historical references to the older positions such as SE - Split End, FL - Flanker, and E - End.