If there was any hope J.C. Tretter would become the contingency plan at center, those plans have been put on hold in Green Bay.
Neither Bulaga himself nor head coach Mike McCarthy expressed any concern about last season’s fractured hip that landed the offensive lineman on injured reserve.
There’s no shortage of candidates vying to become the next right tackle for the Green Bay Packers now that Bryan Bulaga is moving over to the left side.
Bryan Bulaga spoke publicly for the first time since being informed he would move to left tackle. That and more in today’s Daily Links…
Bryan Bulaga and Josh Sitton are moving to the left side of the offensive line. Brian Carriveau asks, “What took so long?”
The Green Bay Packers are shuffling the look of their offensive line. Bryan Bulaga and Josh Sitton are being move to the left side, per head coach Mike McCarthy.
The Packers fourth round draft pick talks about his brother, Eric, who played for the Titans and 49ers. He also says he’s a left tackle in the NFL.
If the Packers were to select Alabama’s D.J. Fluker in the first round of the NFL Draft, they’d likely have to do some shuffling along their offensive line.
Railbird Central airs an interview with Packers Hall of Famer Larry McCarren talking about the center position in Green Bay.
The Packers must decide what type of tender to offer center Evan Dietrich-Smith. That and more in today’s Daily Links…
As Jeff Saturday’s career comes to a close, the Packers must decide which direction they want to go with their next center.
Pro Football Focus ranked the offensive line of the Green Bay Packers at No. 21 overall in their season rankings for 2012-13.
According to offensive coordinator Tom Clements, the Packers won’t be making any changes on the offensive line. That and more in today’s Daily Links…
Evan Dietrich-Smith has battled back from the unemployment line, and finds himself at the eye of the storm on the offensive line. The road ahead of him may be just as tough as the road it took to get here.
While trade talk is fun, the Packers don’t need to improve at running back. They need to improve on the left side of the offensive line.
The sack might be the most overrated statistic in football, but the rate at which the Packers are taking them not only affects the Packers chances to win game, but Rodgers’ chances for a long and healthy career.
In a best-case scenario, Josh Sitton and T.J. Lang are among the best young guards in the NFL, but in the worst-case scenario, age catches up with Jeff Saturday and he performs below expectations.
In the best-case scenario, Bryan Bulaga makes the Pro Bowl in 2012, but in the worst-case scenario, neither Marshall Newhouse, Derek Sherrod nor anyone else inspires any confidence at left tackle.
As part of our pre-training camp position breakdown, we take an in-depth look at the Packers offensive line.
The seventh-round draft choice from Florida State got the opportunity to practice with the first-string offense this week.