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Randy Lange: Forging a Newer, Stronger Offensive Line.


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The Jets' 2007 season was a trial by fire, and no unit was more singed than the offensive line.

But out of the ashes have come learning and growth, not to mention the off-season arrival of a few burly firemen and a new assistant fire chief to make the group more flameproof in the coming season.

"There are plenty of things to take from last year to learn from," center Nick Mangold said. "You learn your best when something goes wrong, so there's plenty of stuff to learn from. But you can't dwell on the fact of what last season was. You have to be able to not only learn from it but to put it behind you and move on. We're all 0-0, starting fresh."

Spring is a time for freshness, of course, and two unrestricted free agents now at work in Weeb Ewbank Hall have a lot to do with that. Alan Faneca comes from the Steelers to replace Adrien Clarke and play left guard, something he's done at a high level with a streak of seven consecutive Pro Bowl appearances on his r

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