Texas A&M Football: 4 Weakest Positions to Worry About

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Texas A&M Football: 4 Weakest Positions to Worry About
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The Texas A&M football team has completed spring practice and will now go through the offseason strength program designed by Larry Jackson. The Aggies had a successful spring, but head coach Kevin Sumlin and his assistants have a few positions to be concerned about as the team enters the offseason. 

The Ags had a good spring because no one suffered any major injuries. Aggie fans were able to get a good look at the players who are going to replace the 11 departed starters from the 2012 team. 

Five of the starters from the Ags' front seven on defense sat out the spring game. Because of those players sitting out due to injuries, the coaches were able to get the backups a lot of reps against the first-team offense. 

As the team heads into the offseason, the coaches need to find players to shore up a few positions before the Aggies will be ready to compete for championships in 2013. This is a look at the four positions the coaches should be worried about as the 2013 season approaches. 

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