Q&A With: Larry Moore

Larry Moore could start at any of three line spots, having played both guard positions and center in his career. But the Redskins like him at center. Moore's preference? It doesn't matter, just as long as he's playing.

Q: How comfortable do you feel at center?

A: I feel comfortable. It's been two years, but I'm getting back in there. It's just something I have to work at.

Q: What do you like about center?

A: You can direct everybody, make all the calls and let people know what's going on and what you want done. Everyone knows what to do, but you do direct things and change things up.

Q: Do you have a preference?

A: I just like to play. I play where they need me. It's a team sport and you want to do your part and win games.

Q: Where do you feel this line is at in terms of coming together?

A: For this time of the year we're right where we should be. We're working together, understanding each other, communicating and getting a lot done.

Q: What do you feel your strengths are?

A: Being able to recognize different defenses, being able to recognize where we need to be.

Q: Is it a big change from Indianapolis?

A: No, it's about the same. There was a lot of passing in Indianapolis and there's a lot here, too.

Q: Is it tiring to pass block so much?

A: It's what you get paid to do. You get in shape and work hard all year and you get used to it. Pass blocking makes the defensive line tired, too.

John Keim covers the Redskins for The Journal Newspapers, Insiders.com and Pro Football Weekly.


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