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New Hampshire OT Andrew Lauderdale has workout with the 49ers

Apr 5, 2017 at 7:51 AM--


New Hampshire OT Andrew Lauderdale has a private workout scheduled for Wednesday with the San Francisco 49ers, per Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle.

In 2014, Lauderdale converted from a tight end to an offensive lineman. He played right tackle in 2015, starting all nine games that he played in and the final seven of the season. Lauderdale started every game at left tackle for the Wildcats in 2016.





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