Inside of a player’s path

Inside of a player’s path is¬†relatively close (in reference to the sides of the field) to where the ball was snapped from. Thus, a ballcarrier’s path in crossing the neutral zone may be said to be “inside” of an opponent, or an “inside run” in general, and a rushing defensive player may be said to put on an “inside move” or “inside rush”.

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