WATCH: Samuel Cosmi with the Washington Football Team at rookie minicamp

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Former Texas Longhorns offensive lineman Samuel Cosmi was drafted in the second round of the 2021 NFL draft by the Washington Football Team.

Washington made a few moves recently in order to create depth on the offensive line by trading for Ereck Flowers and signing Charles Leno. This made the competition for Cosmi much more tasking to see the field in the near future.

Over the weekend, we got our first glimpse of Cosmi taking part in Washington’s rookie minicamp.

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Cosmi won’t get a real chance to take ahold of a starting gig until veterans return for training camp. From there, the former Longhorn will likely find himself in a battle with Leno as the starting left tackle, or potentially challenge Flowers at the left guard spot if the coaching staff chooses to move Cosmi inside.

As a second round pick, Cosmi is essentially a roster lock. However, he will have an uphill battle to face if he wants to procure playing time come opening day.