With starting offensive tackle Morgan Bailey still in a walking boot and continuing to miss practice, Georgia Tech may shake up positions on the offensive line before its game against Virginia Tech, according to a report in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
If Bailey is unable to play in the Yellow Jackets' season opener -- a Sept. 3 trip to Blacksburg, Va., to face Virginia Tech -- coach Paul Johnson said starting left tackle Ray Beno may slide over to the right side to take Bailey's place. With Beno moving to right tackle, Bryan Chamberlin could slide into left tackle and reserve lineman Tyler Kidney could potentially earn a spot in the rotation.
Another backup at offensive line that could see playing time, according to Johnson, is nose tackle Shawn Green. With starting nose tackle T.J. Barnes likely to play no more than 35-40 snaps a game, Green should have an opportunity see the field Sept. 3.
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