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Synonyms for tackle

deal with






Synonyms for tackle

things needed for a task, journey, or other purpose

to start work on vigorously


Synonyms for tackle

the person who plays that position on a football team

Related Words

gear consisting of ropes etc

(American football) a position on the line of scrimmage

(American football) grasping an opposing player with the intention of stopping by throwing to the ground

accept as a challenge

put a harness

seize and throw down an opponent player, who usually carries the ball

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Strong neck muscles play a vital role in preventing injury during tackling or blocking drills where inadvertent headfirst contact is possible.
For more information on the "Campbell's Chunky/NFL Tackling Hunger" program, visit www.
No player shall deliberately use the helmet as the primary point of contact in blocking or tackling (e.
As the Super Bowl celebrates a season of hard work in the NFL, it also caps off the season-long Tackling Hunger 2003 program efforts.
Because of the insurance afforded by the sweeper, the markers had been playing tighter and sometimes tackling with criminal intent, knowing that even if they got it wrong, they had cover behind them.
The donation will occur in October as part of Tackling Hunger(TM) Month, one initiative of the Chunky soup season-long Tackling Hunger 2003 effort.
Keep an eye on: The tackling statistics of UCLA defensive backs Ricky Manning Jr.
Tackling the FB allows our strong corner to afford under help to our strong safety on the TE's corner route.
Under new defensive coordinator Bob Field, the Bruins are back to the basics this month at spring practice: tackling drills, alignment drills, assignment drills.
Photo: Linebacker Adam Fabela is closing in on Littlerock's season tackling record.