Jones expects the offensive line to continue to improve if the group can remain healthy in 2014:
From Jones: “The blocking was vastly improved last season. Rivers was sacked 30 times compared with 49 in 2012. The upgrade was due in large part to the play of tackles King Dunlap and 2013 first-round pick D.J. Fluker. The unit could make even bigger strides if it can stop playing musical chairs because of injuries. Dunlap, who suffered three concussions last season, is the key player to watch. The team re-signed guard Chad Rinehart, who is expected to start next to longtime center Nick Hardwick.”
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