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.
As a player who was placed on injured reserve with a fractured hip last season, it would appear as if Green Bay Packers tackle Bryan Bulaga is coming along rather fine in his recovery. According to recreational golf scores published by the Green Bay Press-Gazette, Bulaga shot a 39 in nine holes at Thornberry Creek [...]
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.
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.
With three years in the books, it’s time to re-examine the 2010 draft class of Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson.
The Packers looked sloppy on offense and defense as the Giants handed the team their first loss in six games.
Railbird Central comes back from the bye and takes a look at the impact of Bryan Bulaga’s injury to the offensive line and the Packers as a whole.
Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy gave updates on several injuries during his Monday press conference.
The Packers’ ground game gets going, Tom Crabtree celebrates his birthday in style, and the team limps into a much needed bye week.
Nathan Jahnke of ProFootballFocus.com joins Cheesehead TV for a Q&A session, including some surprising analysis of the Packers right tackle.
Bryan Bulaga has a knee injury and Jerel Worthy has an ailing shoulder. That and more in today’s Daily Links…
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.
The seventh-round draft choice from Florida State got the opportunity to practice with the first-string offense this week.
The 2010 first-round draft choice isn’t fretting over the fact that he hasn’t been moved to left tackle. The right side suits him just fine.
The sooner the Packers shift Bryan Bulaga over to left tackle, the more time he’ll have to learn the position before the 2012 season begins.
A 12-year NFL veteran, the long-time Packers left tackle will reportedly be released by the Packers.
Speaking from the NFL owners meetings earlier this week, McCarthy gave quick updates on the rehab progress of three injured Packers.